Anyware PhoneBook looks to up your cell’s productivity

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CROWDFUNDING NEWS – With many of us carrying around massively powerful smartphones these days, maintaining a separate laptop as well almost seems like overkill.  Phones have enough processing power to handle most laptop tasks, but using them is infuriating.  Relatively small screens when compared to a laptop, no keyboard, and no mouse limit the phone’s usability.

Anyware is crowdfunding a new product, PhoneBook, to help with those issues.

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PhoneBook is a laptop-format device that plugs into any smartphone, giving you a 15.6″ HD touchscreen, full-sized keyboard, and trackpad.

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Anyware claims compatibility with any smartphone.  Their pitch is that rather than upgrading laptops all the time, just upgrade your smartphone, like you probably are going to do anyway, and *boom*, your computing platform is upgraded automatically as well.

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The screen mirrors the phone’s and the phone’s CPU provides all the processing horsepower.

Anyware claims better compatibility than competing solutions and a better price point.

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Their Kickstarter campaign has already raised over $250,000 on a $37,500 goal.  The funding period expires Wednesday, November 27, 2019, at 8:02 AM EST. While the above graphic says pricing starts at $149, the lowest Kickstarter reward is $169, and as of this writing, there was only one of those left.

It’s an intriguing idea to stop supporting a laptop and have a single computing platform.  With cloud storage being all the rage these days, it’s certainly more of a practical idea that it used to be. If you’re intrigued as well, check out their campaign on Kickstarter.

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