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Why is Samsung making a 2-in-1, detachable Chromebook?
Zeiss had just developed a detachable scope mount that, like some other German mounts, could be quickly snapped on and off a rifle without tools.
The classic sporting application for detachable mounts has been on rifles intended for dangerous game, from bears to buffalo and beyond.
The HP Split x2 joins the HP SlateBook x2 and HP ENVY x2 as part of HP's detachable PC portfolio.
Peyton satchel with detachable strap, Danielle Nicole
Fluke, the global leader in portable electronic test and measurement technology, has introduced a detachable jaw true-rms AC/DC Clamp Meter.
ONE OF THE MORE FAMOUS STORIES about detachable shoulder stocks occurs in 1876, when Western dime novelist Ned Buntline presented special Colt revolvers to five of the West's premier lawmen, including Wyatt Earp.
Rogers' detachable and fixed gooseneck low-bed trailers meet the needs of specialized carriers.
The company would offer a combination of non-convertible debentures as well as detachable warrants.
Comes with RECCO avalanche reflector, storm flap and cuffs, underarm ventilation zips, detachable snow skirt and one-handed adjusters Colours: white flower or light-pink Sizes: 8/10 to 14/16 Price: 139.
The Gravity Pot comes equipped with a detachable serving base and is available with a stainless steel or glass liner.