Kangaroo Notebook Review

With all of our connected gadgets, it seems harder than ever to separate our work and personal lives. The $300 Kangaroo Notebook makes an attempt to solve this problem by splitting the system into two less-powerful computers. The laptop uses two modules, and each has its own processor, RAM and storage.

In theory, you would use them to create separate work and family laptops, personal and family notebooks, or any other way you want to divide it (maybe you’re hiding something from your spouse!). But the laptop part is junk: It feels cheap, and it has a bad touchpad and an even worse keyboard. It also suffers from short battery life. It has passable performance and a decent display, but the other problems prevent us from recommending it to anyone.

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