The company behind the NexDock lapdock accessory is reporting that it has found the reason why some of the first units that shipped had issues with powering up when they were not connected to an AC cord. The plan is now to begin shipments of the remaining units next week and to complete them by mid-September.
NexDock allows Windows 10 Mobile phones to work like PCs when connected to the accessory, via its Continuum feature. The first shipments of the device began earlier this month, but the decision was made to delay the rest of the NexDocks until the power issue could be found. In updates on its Indiegogo page, the company has revealed that the reason for the power issues:
In the latest update on the page today, it looks like the rest of the NexDock units have passed inspection:
Thanks to Hans for the tip!
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