Jimmy McGee · May 30, 2013 at 01:00 pm

XDA Roundtable Highlights: Casetop Interview with Johnny Andrus – XDA Developer TV

Here at XDA, we are a community of developers and power users. XDA’s history and purpose is based on a long standing sharing of knowledge, ideas, creations, and opinions. XDA is a place where you can learn to do just about anything for your mobile device, sometimes to the detriment of your warranty.

Recently, a new creation has come to our attention. This creation, called Casetop, promises to turn any smartphone into a laptop. XDA Developer TV Producer Jordan interviews Johnny Andrus, the creator of casetop. Jordan did a live broadcast of the interview and spent 30 minutes talking about the device and getting it into production. In this video, Jordan gives you the shortened highlights from this interview. So check out this video and be sure to stay tuned when we announce our next hangout so you can watch it live!


Links to stories mentioned:

Check out Jordan’s YouTube Channel and Jordan’s Gaming YouTube Channel

Also, be sure to check out other great video’s on XDA Developer TV.


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