Modular laptops that allow you to swap out graphics cards and processors aren't new.
But InFocus' just-announced Kangaroo Notebook took the idea of modular laptops and created something completely different.
Instead of having swappable parts that you can replace, the Kangaroo Notebook makes the PC itself modular.
By using two mini PCs that you can plug into a laptop chassis, users can have two separate operating systems for work and play.
InFocus says keeping operating systems on separate modules will help keep your data secure.
"Parents may choose to store important financial and personal information on one CPU and dedicate the second module to games, movies and apps for the family," writes InFocus in a blog post.