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I am interesting with Ubuntu for android. As it is introduced, "when they connect their phone to a monitor, mouse and keyboard, it becomes a PC.", I wanna know, What's meaning of "connect their phone to a monitor, mouse and keyboard"? Is that mean I should find out an adapter to connect a mouse or keyboard to my phone? not quite understand. antbody can explan it? thanks.


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How can you use it?, you can't it's not out yet. Say you have your Android device, you connect it through a dock and then you connect the peripherals. –  Uri Herrera Jan 16 '13 at 2:22

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Ubuntu mobile OS is currently unavailable to the public, keep posted. The intro video shows a phone being connected to a monitor, keyboard, and mouse with a docking station. Every device out their has a micro USB port. This port allows users to connect anything that uses USB, such as a mouse, and keyboard, etc...

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Ubuntu for Phones and Ubuntu for Android are completely different things. –  Uri Herrera Jan 16 '13 at 3:18

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