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1. To separate or unfasten; disconnect.
2. To remove from association or union with something.
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trajectory of the detachable market going forward."
Toshiba equipped the new 2-in-1 detachable laptop with a collection of enterprise grade biometric, system-level and physical security measuressuch as Face Authentication, Fingerprint Reader, Trusted Platform Module, Device Guard, Smart Card, Credential Guard, Intel Authentication, Security Lock Slot solutions as well as Toshiba's own proprietary BIOS.
A pair of earrings with the snowcap mother-of-pearl emblem can also be transformed into more elaborate creations by adding the detachable pendants that create a cascading effect with shimmering diamonds and pearls.
This heavily suggests that the Samsung "Nautilus" Chromebook features a detachable keyboard, which is a common design for 2-in-1 laptops.
Many shooters also believe detachable mounts have to be expensive, but the original Weaver rings work fine.
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It's still detachable, you just need a screwdriver, but if you don't really intend to remove the scope in the field, there's no real reason for the levers (something else to snag).
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For those who want something with more detachable pouches, then the Square Snap-on Jewelry Hanger is definitely the best choice.
However, shipments for detachable tablets reached an all-time high of 8.1 million devices.
The analyst company attributed growth in the MEA market to strong performance of detachable devices.
Summary: Steady growth in the region's tablet market is largely driven by the strong performance of detachable devices.