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December 06, 2017

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John Upton

I've become accustomed to using two devices at the same time, such as the computer for computer and the phone for calculations or looking up phone numbers, or one computer work and another for music/youtube, therefore it's a great concept to be able to use the phone for everything but for me it might not be the best arrangement. And what happens if a call comes in? Out of the dock. Where do all the windows go? I don't know. Maybe this is where we're heading.

RICHARD M GEORGES

I think this is more of a proof of concept. Modern phones are as powerful as notebook and desktop computers of a couple of years ago. I see this more as a mobile solution for some professionals. For hard core lawyer word processing, the 2 pound ultralight computer is still the best solution.

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