The new Kensington computer accessory is the best way to stream Netflix

Posted October 09, 2018 05:02:00A lot of people are looking at the Kensington laptop as a replacement for their desktop computers, but in reality, it’s not quite that simple.

The Kensington PC is a new, slim, high-end, all-in-one laptop designed for people who want to stream a wide variety of content to their TVs, PCs, and mobile devices.

The laptop features an Intel Core i5 processor, a 512GB SSD, 8GB RAM, a 1TB HDD, a 13.3-inch 1080p display, and a full-size USB Type-C port.

That means you can plug in your streaming devices, stream movies and TV shows, and more, with ease.

It also includes a Kensington USB-C docking port and Thunderbolt 3 port.

The Kensington’s hardware is very similar to the Dell XPS 13, which you can see in the photo above.

The Dell Xps 13’s hardware consists of a 12-inch display, a 10.1-inch diagonal display, an Intel HD Graphics 4000 with 4K support, and 802.11ac Wi-Fi.

Like the Kensys, the Xps also features a Kensio laptop port and a Kensky USB-B port.

All that’s missing is a Kensys keyboard.

The Xps is a laptop with a keyboard that is just a touch lighter than the Dell.

That’s not to say it’s a bad keyboard.

There’s no Cherry MX key switch or an aluminum body, but it’s nice to have something that’s less noticeable.

The Dell Xp 13, like the XPS, is a 13-inch laptop with an 8.5-inch, 1080p screen, a 128GB SSD drive, and an Intel i5-6300U CPU.

It’s a good laptop for those who want a smaller laptop with more computing power and the ability to stream video to multiple devices at once.

The best thing about the Dell is that the keyboard is not made for everyday use.

The keyboard is made for typing on the go, but there’s also a Kenskys keypad that allows you to swipe and drag the keyboard around to move between your screens and apps.

There is also a fingerprint reader built right into the keyboard, which means you won’t need to swipe the keyboard to unlock your laptop.

It may be a bit cumbersome to use with a laptop, but the Kenskings keyboard is comfortable to type on.

There are a few drawbacks to the Kensky laptop.

The price is higher than the average of laptops, so it may be hard to justify spending a lot more than $1,000.

There are no Thunderbolt 3 ports on the Dell, which limits the use of other external peripherals, like a keyboard, mouse, or even a monitor.

If you want to run Netflix, you’ll also need a USB Type C cable.

That would be a dealbreaker for some people.

If the Kensks price tag is the only thing keeping you away from this laptop, you’re in luck.

There’re two other cheaper, all in one laptops out there.

The Lenovo ThinkPad K575 comes with a 1.7GHz Intel Core M3 processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, a 1080p Display, and 2GB of memory.

That comes out to a price of $1.4, $1 less than the $1 and $1 respectively of the Kens.

If that’s not enough to tempt you to upgrade to the ThinkPad, Lenovo also offers a 4K version of the ThinkPads K575.

This laptop is still a good deal for those with smaller needs.

The Sony Xperia XZ2 is a very similar model to the XZ1, except that the Sony comes with an Nvidia Tegra X1 chip instead of the Snapdragon 835.

It has a 1GHz Intel Atom X5-Z2760U CPU, 1TB of storage and up to 256GB of SSD.

The Sony comes out of the box with a 1080P display and a 1GB RAM option, and it’s also included with a Kens Kensky keyboard.

For those who just want a 1080TV with a lower price tag, the Sony is still the better option.

The Z2 is also available with a touchscreen, and there’s no USB Type 2 port.

If these two models aren’t for you, then you’ll need to invest in a Kensks laptop, which is usually a good idea.

The Razer Blade is another Razer laptop that you can buy for under $100.

The Blade has an Intel Atom Z7 processor, 4GB of DDR4 RAM, and up of 128GB of flash storage.

The Razer Blade comes out with a 2.2GHz Intel Celeron processor, 8MB of RAM and 1TB flash storage, and you’ll be able to