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More Portable Monitor/Keyboard/Mouse


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comphelp9

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Is there something in existence that kind of feels like a laptop but is just a monitor/keyboard/mouse combination? Something I could plug into my desktop to make it more portable to I am not tied to the desk.  Even if the plug is really long - that doesn't bother me.  It's more a need to work from my lap.  Any ideas are appreciated!

 

Edited to add - would need to be able to easily switch back and forth between my desk setup with dual monitors - and this more portable setup.


Edited by comphelp9, 21 April 2017 - 06:32 AM.

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Find a cheap laptop or tablet PC and run TeamViewer on the desktop and PC.  Then you could use the laptop/tablet to access your desktop from anywhere.  No wires required as long as you have WiFi.  I bought a iClever 10.1 Inch Windows 10 OS Tablet with Detachable Keyboard Case Cover & Stand from newegg that runs win 10 and has a keyboard (very cheap feel to it so you might be better off with a used laptop) but it works.  I got mine on sale for $120 tho I see they are now $200 on Amazon so it pays to shop around.


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