InFocus, makers of the Kangaroo line of pocket-sized PCs, has announced a new product that's in a category of its own.

The Kangaroo Notebook is a bundle of sorts that includes a barebones notebook dock and two modular PC units, each being a self-contained computer loaded with Windows 10. The idea is that you essentially get two PCs in one, something that could be a great idea if you have kids.

A brother and sister, for example, could each have their own separate PC but would have to share (not a bad habit to develop early) or perhaps you could use one of the modules for your personal stuff and let the kids use the other (thus creating a physical firewall between you and the kids).

Each PC module contains a quad-core Intel Atom x5-Z8350 Cherry Trail processor clocked at 1.44GHz (burst up to 1.92GHz), 2GB of RAM, integrated HD 400 graphics and 32GB of eMMC flash. The modules plug into a notebook shell featuring 11.6-inch display (1,366 x 768 resolution), a full-sized keyboard, Synaptics trackpad, a webcam, battery, speakers, microphone, SD card reader, 3.5mm audio jack, 802.11ac Wi-Fi and a couple of USB ports.

As Engadget points out, the modules use proprietary connectors meaning you can't just plug them directly into a monitor.

The InFocus Kangaroo Notebook goes on sale next month exclusively at Newegg for $299.99.