Thinkorswil’s new Power Bag, an Android-based OS that can power your laptop and tablets, will be launched on February 16.
The company announced the platform at the 2017 Mobile World Congress, but its release date was not announced until earlier this week.
The platform is based on the Android OS, and the company claims that it will be available for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, the Nexus 7, and other Android devices.
While the platform has a relatively small price tag, it has a number of unique features that make it stand out from other Android-powered mobile platforms.
One of the most interesting features is its built-in keyboard, which uses capacitive buttons on the sides of the device.
The device also has a “Smart Keyboard” that can be used for navigation, as well as a “Nest Launcher,” which allows you to create a launcher icon on your home screen.
The other unique feature of the Power bag is its ability to boot into Android apps, and it can do so via an onboard SSD, rather than a removable hard drive.
This allows users to keep the device plugged in while they’re on the go and will help it boot quickly without a long boot time.
The Power Bag will be able to power the same Android-friendly Android devices as other Android powered mobile platforms, but it will not work on Apple devices or Microsoft Surface tablets.
However, Thinkorswan will be adding support for Windows 10 in the near future, so it’s possible that the company could release a version of its OS that works on Windows 10 PCs.
As with other Android OS-powered devices, Thinkerswil says it has “many other interesting features” for the platform.
The company also announced that it is partnering with Lenovo to bring the company’s platform to the Chinese market.
The platform is available for pre-order for $299.99 on Thinkerswin’s website, and is expected to ship in the first quarter of 2018.