The Planon SS100 is the only truly portable scanner I could find.
You can scan up to 600 images before having to dump them onto your computer via USB
Charges over USB
Monochrome or color scans
Includes software for organization and OCR
One little downfall which you probably won't care about is that it can't scan wide documents like 8.5x11" paper. It's ...
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jcaron: remove the computer monitor stand.
Mike Harris: one could use coworking spaces.
David Richerby, user71659, Rory Alsop, Michael Hampton: there is currently no solution aside from buying/renting on site.
JonathanReez: buy a pair of used monitors on ...
It's not pocket sized, but it is portable: NeatReceipts. The scanner is 10.8"W x 1.6"D x 1.3"H and weighs less than a pound, allowing it to scan full sheets of paper.
Scans in color, grayscale or black and white
Optical Character Recognition (OCR) + Intelligent Text Recognition (ITR)
Can scan 3-4 receipts per minute
Software runs on OS X ...
Mini-Box OpenUPS does the job but is much too expensive at $150 (Amazon Germany - $120 directly from the manufacturer). I won't accept this answer because I think something much cheaper should exist.
It does everything asked for in the question, plus balancing up to 6S and some other battery chemistries too and output is not just in the right range, but ...
Sounds a lot like the USB armoury which I found googling for a remarkably similar, older product whose name I still don't remember. The feature list suggests you could emulate a device for communications with the host/
NXP i.MX53 ARM® Cortex™-A8 800Mhz, 512MB DDR3 RAM
USB host powered (<500 mA) device with compact form factor (65 x 19 x 6 mm)
No, such a thing does not exist. However, you can do something quite similar, even though it's not quite a PC on a USB stick.
If I understand your question correctly, you want to use one computer (which may be very old and slow) for it's screen, keyboard, and mouse, and use another computer or device to do the actual processing.
As an example: I use an ...
I went for an Acer Predator Helios 500 with an AMD Ryzen 2700 8 core processor, 512GB SSD and 1TB normal hard drive. The processor is socketed, so could theoretically be upgraded later.
It can be upgraded to 4x16GB RAM if the 2 factory fitted 8GB RAM modules are replaced, as they are single rank, but 16GB modules appear to be double rank and they are not ...
For a system that is preconfigured with those specs, you are looking at a bit higher of a price range. The lowest I could find via Newegg was an HP Envy for around $1700 USD.
I feel your best bet, would be to look at companies that build customized systems.
One such place is XoticPC.
I'd look at customizing either of the following, to stay close to ...
One alternative well suited for "CAD and computer programming, and schoolwork (likely with VMs), medium-light gaming (e.g. CS:GO, World of Warships), and lecture note-taking", would be a ThinkPad P73 which NewEgg advertised at $1,399 FOB US Destination in one configuration. The 17.3" FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS, anti-glare, 300 nits screen is well suited for CAD, ...
I chatted with rep from four-faith.com and they said I can buy from them. At worst I can enter into another chat to make the purchase happen. The model http://en.four-faith.com/f3a36h-mediawifioperating-marketingrouter.html seems best for my needs:
9 to 36 Volts DC
128GB SSD installed
3G / 4G
Price - US$506 shipped. If I was ...
I do have a suggestion because you didn't mention price. The Asus PQ22UC is the best in this category I've seen and I've been researching this for a decade now. It has a super neat folding stand which lifts it off the table and it's thin as a blade. The price is a whole another problem. I dearly wish a monitor in this physical format was available with a ...
Size. The smaller the better... This means ink jet or the equivalent; every other technology makes the printer significantly bigger. A review of the best portable printers shows hardware costs for portable A4/8.5x11" printers much higher than non-portable printers; you can get a good laser printer for US$73 FOB US Destination (more detail) that's only 14" ...
The XPS with a i7-10710U has more processing cores than the i7-8665U which could help it tackle multiple simultaneous programs or threads. Performance improvement in programs, which are not memory-bound will be lower. It could take advantage of faster memory access, but Dell chose slower memory for the XPS. Ouch!
The Latitude with a Core i7-8665U advantage ...
Products like this seem to exist in the market - which are bluetooth enabled weighing scales.
The Elgato 4K60S+ seems to check all of your boxes:
4K resolution @ 60fps
Portable and Standalone
SD Card slot
It also has HDR10 capabilities.
How about get a USB 3 to SATA adapter, and attach a 2.5" SSD to it.
or this nvme version:
A quite experimental solution would be a DIY one (see below), but you will need some experience and maybe even some luck. As a less experimental solution I suggest you to use an USB hub with an extra power input.
Anker AK-A7518113: 5V DC input voltage
TP-Link UH700: 12V DC input voltage
DIY possibilities (experimental / ”danger zone“)
Take a look at this:
Foldable Keyboard, Jelly Comb B003S 3-in-1 (USB/Microusb/Type C) Wired & BT Keyboard with Touchpad Compatible for All Devices Windows PC iOS Android Tablet-Black
Seems to match everything (but does include Bluetooth as well.)
I managed to fit most of your requirements with laptops ready to ship today in the US. Both laptops have Bluetooth 4.1, 802.11ac LAN cards, but are 15.6" laptops. Laptops with larger/smaller screens compromised price and/or specs.
I recall Netbeans sometimes being RAM usage heavy. Between the IDE, the OS, and any Browsers with documentation open, I think 8 ...
I would suggest using something like this.
These are folding / sliding screens from behind your monitor. Great for when you want to carry your laptop, but you should be able to do some serious work.
https://www.razer.com/eu-en/project-valerie (Razer's implementation)
There are not too many that fit the description. Here is one:
C18 is an high-performance MP3 player with 1.8 inches Screen which can show the relevant information. Built-in 8GB memory capacity ensures you to download your favorite songs freely. And, it supports many audio formats such as, MP3, WMA, AAC, APE, FLAC, WAV, etc and supports TF Card (Up to 128G)...
Physical format wise, the Asus ProArt PQ22UC can not be beaten. Slim everywhere, no bulging for connectors, slick folding stand, light weight (only 1.5 kg without stand). It is also an ~5000 USD professional 4K OLED monitor which pretty much rules it out for travel. Wish a similar monitor existed with a far cheaper panel but same package.
One of the lighest ...
I don't think your best solution lies in a single router. My solution is to have you buy a standard car DC to AC inverter if your car doesn't have one built in, then plug a standard retail wireless router with USB filehosting into that, and then configure your router to use its wifi to get the external connection - use OpenWRT on it if necessary - a 4G ...
If you're willing to try for Intel, Eurocom, Hidevolution, and a few others have laptops with a desktop i7-8700k, which should give you 12 threads on its 6 cores, and 64 GB of DDR4 RAM (dual channel, naturally). These would not have a CD or DVD drive—you'd need to get an external one, but with all those ports you'd have no trouble connecting it. You ...
Ok, this one is 12V. Put a voltage regulator, and a couple capacitors and your all set.
You can pretty much add any screen to this.
2x miniDP++ connectors
It's quite hard to find inexpensive tablets that also come with good touchscreen accuracy and most tablets will try and make you pay the price for nice components. That being said I've tried to keep these options under a 700$ cap and focused on fulfilling your request of decent memory where 8gb should be more than enough for pdf editing.
The cheap option: ...
I just found the perfect (I think) board: an Intel NUC board with a 10.16cm squared area and 28.8mm height.
5W TDP, SATA, Gigabit Ethernet, around $100 (for mainboard and integrated CPU). Pity it needs 12V input, this still has me searching for a battery controller.
It only has 1C/1T at 1.46Ghz, but this should be just enough and already a lot faster than ...
So I know of a local shop called MinMax Custom PCs that will build a very small ITX system called the "MinMax C70-ITX" that probably does meet your needs; I've specced it out as best as I can tell from what they told me - they don't have a a website except for this, or else I'd link you to their own product description - they include a USB stick and USB ...
The Pi Zero makes this easy and cheap. Set up the Pi and follow this tutorial: https://learn.adafruit.com/turning-your-raspberry-pi-zero-into-a-usb-gadget/ethernet-gadget. I found that ssh is a good way to connect to the pi to perform these instructions.
When you are done, plug a micro usb cable into the USB data port on the pi and plug the other end into ...