The sharing economy has mostly kept itself to AirBnb- or Uber-style rentals, but a company called The Hive is trying to extend the concept to graphics workstations with its "Amplicity Anywhere" pocket PC. It's the size of a large smartphone and loaded up with a suite of Adobe video and photo apps, priced at $99 for a six-month subscription. Once the subscription is up, you can renew it and turn in the PC for a new one. The device -- essentially an NIC with Adobe software -- caters to the "casual content creator," and is equipped with an Intel Atom M processor, 4GB of RAM and up to 128GB of storage. That would do the job (barely), but should it prove insufficient, there's another Amplicity device due later with more power, starting at $399.