Mirabook Laptop Powered by Your Smartphone

The Mirabook laptop is powered by your smartphone with Android or Windows OS, and its lightweight design and ultra long battery life provide you a better mobile officing and entertaining experience.

Mirabook Laptop Powered by Smartphone

The Mirabook is an innovative and unique laptop that measures 12.59 x 8.66 x 0.59 inches (320 x 220 x 15mm) and weighs 2.2 lbs (approx 1kg). As we can see from the images, the laptop shows off a minimal and low-profile appearance design, and the aluminum finish delivers more stylish modern aesthetics. Meanwhile, its ultra lightweight and compact profile is designed to offer a more convenient mobile solution than a standard laptop.

Mirabook Laptop Powered by Smartphone

There are no CPU, RAM and graphics in the laptop, but an integrated USB-C cable allows Mirabook to connect with your smartphone with DisplayPort and turn it into Mirabook’s core component. Furthermore, the laptop supports Samsung DeX, Oxi OS, Leena OS, Maru OS, Remix Singularity, and Microsoft Continuum so Mirabook only brings content from your smartphone to its 13.3″ 1080p IPS display, but also lets you fully enjoy a desktop interface.

Furthermore, its built-in rechargeable battery offers up to 24 hours of use while recharging your smartphone, and same as other laptops, Mirabook comes equipped with multiple ports including two USB-A ports, one USB-C port, HDMI output, SD card slot and audio jack, and built-in stereo speaker let you more comfortably enjoy your favorite multimedia content wherever you’re. In addition, Mirabook also works with Raspberry Pi and PC sticks like Compute Stick.

Mirabook Laptop Powered by Smartphone

The crowdfunding campaign for Mirabook is ongoing on Indiegogo. You can pledge $180 to preorder the unique laptop. It would be shipped in December 2017 (estimated) if reaching its funding goal.


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