If you have dreams of running Android on a laptop, a product that's in the works called Superbook is worth a look. Similar to some implementations we've seen from Microsoft's Continuum feature on Windows 10, the Superbook will allow you to power a laptop shell using your connected Android smartphone for the horsepower.
The Superbook packs an 11.6-inch display running at a resolution of 1366 x 768, along with a keyboard and trackpad. Simply attach your Android phone running Android 5.0 or later over USB-C or microUSB and you're good to go. The whole experience is then powered by Andromium OS, an app meant to translate Android into a big-screen experience.
While certainly not the first attempt at an Android-powered laptop by any means, the Superbook is definitely an interesting analogue to what Microsoft has been doing with Continuum. The Superbook is now on Kickstarter for the price of $99.
If you're interested, you can now pledge on Kickstarter from the link below.
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