U.DTR stands for Ultra Desktop Replacement, and that’s exactly what it aims to do… remove the shortcomings of both laptops and desktops to form one ultra-versatile replacement device. The most obvious improvement is the “necked” touch-screen that elevates the monitor to a more comfortable height, similar to that of a desktop computer. Did we mention it’s touch-screen?! Other extras include an angled, more ergonomic keyboard, thoughtfully placed ports, and reduced battery weight.
Another drastic re-design of the U.DTR is detachment of the main battery. Because of their large power consumption and longer working periods, desktop replacements are almost always used on a desk, hooked up to the power grid. In this scenario, the huge internal battery sometimes accounting for as much as 50% of the total weight. For this reason, U.DTR is designed with a smaller, built-in backup battery while an external battery provides extended power.
Designer: Marin Myftiu