31 Jan '17, 4am

Razer buys Nextbit. My body is ready for a Robin Chroma smartphone

Razer buys Nextbit. My body is ready for a Robin Chroma smartphone

What made the Robin special, was its ability to utilise the cloud to store apps and photos, keeping only your most recent applications on your device to free up space. This, combined with the endless storage possibilities of the cloud meant that the smartphone could technically have near infinite storage — which is great. Although in practice, there were one or two issues that made this system a little impractical, like how long it takes to download large apps from the cloud, there’s no denying how cool the concept was.

Full article: http://www.soyacincau.com/2017/01/31/razer-buys-nextbit-m...

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