Peakago review: neither a laptop nor a tablet, but useful for business travellers with its keyboard, 7-inch touch screen and compact size

//Peakago review: neither a laptop nor a tablet, but useful for business travellers with its keyboard, 7-inch touch screen and compact size

Peakago review: neither a laptop nor a tablet, but useful for business travellers with its keyboard, 7-inch touch screen and compact size

We all pretend we can work on our phones. Bigger screens are more productive, we think, and they’re great for multitasking. Besides, most people under 30 can hammer away on a virtual keyboard with their thumbs. None of that is true if your job involves writing, updating and exchanging documents. Cue the Peakago, a 7-inch device about to be crowdfunded on Indiegogo and expected to sell for US$250 to US$350 that tries to bridge the gap between touch screens and typing. Is it a laplet? A tabtop?…

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By | 2019-10-12T08:00:17+00:00 October 12th, 2019|Technology|Comments Off on Peakago review: neither a laptop nor a tablet, but useful for business travellers with its keyboard, 7-inch touch screen and compact size