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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Super Slim And Sleek Concept Laptop Designs

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1:- Fujitsu’s Turn Table PC

Aspiring DJs to scratch and spin digital media files on the Turn Table PC, a prototype of a combo system from Fujitsu that can serve as a notebook or as a digital turntable.

The design calls for a 20-inch LCD screen that can be folded closed to use the turntable function. Users control the turntable by a touch screen on the outside of the notebook’s lid. Also in the future tech department, Fujistu showed the Ultra Mobile, a handheld computer with a touch screen that includes a built-in digital camera, a digital music player, and support for wireless Internet access. The same size as a CD jewel case, the Ultra Mobile uses a novel method to turn the system on and off: users rotate the front half of the machine–including the screen–45 degrees, changing the computer’s shape from a square to a star.


2:- Cario – Notebook On The Go by Anna Lopez

A slim line, lightweight concept Notebook for the mobile worker. This notebook gives the user possibility to use it without a notebook bag. As Adjusted for use in car whilst stationary to enable a work space for the business commuter. Inside the car the notebook is designed to fit the interior, Once connected into the cars system, through the notebook the user has easy access to personalize the vehicles environment and settings to their preferences. The Notebook would only work in the car while driving as a HUD (head up display) with the projector, for a safe driving. And turn into workmode while stationary and adjusted on the drivers steering wheel.


3:- Intel’s Metro NoteBook

The “metro notebook”, an ultra-thin, ultra-light laptop for the ladies. Designed to be carried over the shoulder, the sub-0.7in thick, 1kg device sports an always-on secondary display for fast info updates. Core 2 Duo, a colour non-volatile e-ink display, entirely wireless communications with reconfigurable antennae able to switch between the Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and WiMAX links the laptop’s envisaged to maintain.


4:- Compenion Laptop Concept

Felix Schmidberger design for a laptop for 2015 with OLED touch screen. It consists of two sliding OLED screens, one of which can be used as a keyboard, where necessary. Our opinion is that while this is the nicest looking concept we have seen, we suspect that innovation will outstrip this vision significantly by then.

5:- Frog Concept Design

The Gelfrog converges style and function. The final product is rugged, yet flexible enough to be used in the classroom, in the urban jungle, or on the nature trail. Encased in a smart skin, the gelfrog displays image content from a mobile mirror, photo slide show, video projector and everything in between. Wireless technology enables immersive and interactive learning. Through video capture capabilities and just-in-time data library access, the gelfrog is both a journal of student experiences and a window to new worlds.


6:- Canvas Laptop Concept Designed By Kyle Cherry

It is a futuristic concept laptop that is supposed to provide a better quality for the designer and also its said that it will raise the productive rate of the artist. It will feature a very thin touchscreen and the other components will look just about the same but they will be better adjusted.


7:- DesCom

Available as part MERE ROTEBURU to display. Placed a strong feeling in the room and suddenly the PC has been expressed in a natural blend with the interior. Keyboard for touch screen technology, in addition to standard keyboard layout and can be. And have a slot on the edge OPUTIKARUDORAIBU. Display, T series and the 22-inch LCD.


8:- Thinkpad reserve edition

Lenovo have a dedicated website for the Thinkpad reserve edition. When IBM handed all of their laptop division to Lenovo, many feared that the classic Thinkpad design would lose its way. While the reserve edition smacks of the type of design common to limited editions it is nonetheless a very interesting machine.


9:- Traveller Laptop by Nikita Golovlev

 This is not a laptop purse, but we include it because it shows a foldable screen, something that we are surprised that hasn’t been played around with more in concept designs. Concept design by Nikita Golovlev.


10:- Canova Dual Screen Laptop

The Canova dual screen laptop may look like two chunky light boxes hinged together, but its an idea that is repeated in many concept designs these days, and who knows, perhaps Apple are working on something like this. That would surely blow away the Optimus Maximus keyboard.


11.Samsung Amoled Concept

Its concept notebook by Samsung features a unique design which is thin and sleek and a touch-sensitive keyboard which lacks tactile feedback. 


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