Leave the portable monitor at home. Spacetop’s augmented reality laptop lets you swipe across as many screens as you like.
The concept of working from home has been completely redefined in recent years. As long as there is Wi-Fi and a computer, many people can technically work from anywhere.
But what if you didn’t have to crouch in front of a small, dark laptop screen in a coffee shop? Now you can harness the power of a multi-monitor setup with a pair of augmented reality (AR) glasses and a keyboard.
Created by a new company called Sightfulfounded by former Magic Leap executives, introduces spacetop As the world’s first AR laptop, it offers the convenience of a 100-inch virtual screen with the ability to display as many windows and apps as you need to work from wherever you are.
It is available for purchase through an invite-only early access program for $2,000. Delivery to those selected will begin in early July. Anyone can apply, but Sightful says it’s specifically looking for “enthusiastic early adopters” to provide feedback the company can use to improve the experience.