Your Note 8 into a laptop
Enjoy DeX full experience, in complete mobility, with the Mirabook laptop dock !
The Note 8 is a computer in your pocket
Samsung DeX is an Android native application allowing you to use your galaxy Note 8 like a regular computer with its own desktop like experience.
Thanks to the docking revolution, your Note 8 can now power up a complete work environment as you sure do every day.
Use millions of apps from the Play store and complete software suites for your day to day uses.
Enjoy full mobility
The Mirabook unleashes the full potential of the Galaxy Note 8
Just plug and play, let the Mirabook be the extention and DeX do the rest
From a train to a plane, a park to your work, become a true digital nomad
Never run out of battery !
With 10 hours battery life while charging your phone, stay connected all day long
Be more productive on your Note 8 adding it a 13″ HD screen, a trackpad and keyboard.
Show and watch any content at any moment on a larger screen.
A premium experience for your phone
Your phone is a great device, your dock deserves to be as well
Only 2.6 pounds (1.2 kg) to carry.
Full aluminium body
Because plastic is not an option : you do not use a ferrari engine on a cheap 90s car
Pro or a gamer, you will definitly enjoy the backlit keyboard
Connect it to other external devices
The Mirabook is your Note 8 hardware hub
X2 USB type-C ports
One to connect your Note 8
One to charge the Mirabook or connect an other device
X2 USB 3.0 ports
X1 HDMI port
X1 SD card slut
You like our product ?
Back our project and pre-order your Mirabook now. First shipments start july 2018 for any pre-order made before this date.
“As the gap between smartphone and laptop performance dwindles and the size of phones grows, there’s a decreasing need for users to have and pay for both. The Mirabook crosses that division by providing a laptop-like computing experience powered by your smartphone’s CPU”
“Eliminate the need to sync data between devices or install multiple versions of the same app, all this with one device”
“A docking on the go”