The impressive looking NexDock that will work like a laptop when connected to a Windows 10 Mobile smartphone with Continuum, is one step closer to its launch. The device has now exceeded its $300,000 funding goal on Indiegogo with nine days left in its campaign.
In a post on the campaign site, NexDock stated:
We are so happy to announce that we reached our goal of $300K this morning and we're 100% funded. NexDock is officially a sure thing! Thank you for being our first backers and early believers. We are incredibly excited to have you as part of the NexDock team.
We went hands-on with a NexDock prototype during Build 2016 and came away thinking this will be a solid way to offer Windows 10 Mobile device a full keyboard experience at a low price. The first NexDock devices are scheduled to ship to backers sometime in June.
Thanks to Jerad for the tip!
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