Laptops and smartwatches are often considered essential to living a modern lifestyle, but the best devices that you can buy these days don’t have the same appeal.
That’s why Dell has decided to offer a $1,000 rechargeable notebook that can be recharged for $10 to $15 on a monthly basis.
The company’s new Frugal FuseBook is the first smartwatch that will actually charge your phone.
The gadget’s rechargeable battery is attached to a case, and it comes with a USB-C port for charging your phone while it’s in use.
The FrugaleB has a small, rechargeable USB-A port that is powered by an external battery.
It’s a great idea because you can take it with you on a trip or when you’re out and about.
The battery is small enough to easily fit in your pocket, so you don’t need to worry about it losing power while you’re charging it.
Dell said it will begin selling the Frugales in March.
We’ll be testing them for a month, but so far, it seems like a great option.
The device itself is a pretty sleek device, and its design is stylish, too.
It has a stainless steel case, a bright white color, and a slim profile.
It is about 4.5 inches thick, and the Fusebook comes in at just under 11.5 ounces.
Its battery will last for about 30 days, according to Dell.
It also features a 5.5-inch screen that’s a touch larger than the Fs and a 2-megapixel rear camera that has a f/2.0 aperture.
You’ll also get a fingerprint sensor, an LED flash, and an SD card slot.
We’re testing the Fb with the Dell Flex battery for a few weeks now, so we can’t comment on the performance of the Fbu, but it seems to have a good battery life.
The Dell Frugals are currently only available in select countries, and they will be sold at retailers starting on February 3.
We will update this article if we hear more about the devices, as we do want to get a closer look at the devices.
If you want to learn more about these devices, check out our article on the best laptops and watch for the Fructables.