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PaperTab: Future Computer + Flexible as Paper

Plastic Logic offers a glimpse into what computers may look like in the future - a tablet that looks and feels like a sheet of paper. The flexible tablet PC prototype has been developed in partnership with Intel and Queen’s University. Plastic Logic is calling it the PaperTab tablet and is so-called because of its high-resolution 10.7-inch plastic display (which also doubles as a touchscreen)....


Innovative iPad backpack for modern bikers

Manufacturers of modern gadgets try not the first year to stuff your device maximum number of features to make them universal. Despite this, we still prefer to have multiple devices, each of which does its intended job. Yet have a look at iPad backpack, that assists modern bikers through packed city roads. All the user needs to do is put the iPad into the backpack and open blue cover to make th...


Concept next generation computer 2015

HOLO 2.0 is a project designed to be the next computer replacement for the future. This wearable computer offers a new user experience with its portability and ground breaking architecture. This multi function gadget allows you to keep connected to the web whenever, wherever! His dimensions are: 140mm (length), 20mm (width), 2.5mm (minimum thickness), and 10mm (maximum thickness). HOLO 2.0 feat...


Concept controller for tablet

Designer Johan Godfroid proposed the idea to convert the iPad or any other tablet in the game console. The device consists of a pair of joysticks, who do not have  rigid a connection, and so can be installed for every body. Synchronization occurs via cable or via Bluetooth. (more…)



Chewing gum for charging gadgets

Wireless charging technology is not new, but it has not been widely adopted. Designer by the name of Lin Ping  hopes that his invention - an electric sticker for charging gadgets, Chewing Gum Battery - waiting to a better future. Packaging such batteries should be sold whole package in street vending machines. Power of one label from the pack enough to charge mp3-player, two label - smartp...


Concept glove headset for iPhone

Look at those gloves Hi-Fun. But you do not think that this is the usual gloves. This is a glove that is a wireless headset for the iPhone. Without false modesty manufacturer named his invention "the best product of IFA 2012." How does it work? In thumb gloves is a speaker, and, built-in microphone in his little finger. That is, the user can communicate through the gauntlet with the clas...


Futuristic concept Handphone

To receive a multibillion-dollar profits,  must be constantly  amaze of the consumer. Therefore, companies try to produce new technology-based mobile phones.. At the same time, the buyer's attention to the model of mobile phone  can draw and with the help of original ideas and changes shape phone. Over the appearance of the mobile device continuously working designers. They sometime...


Instant Mobile Printer "Polaroid PoGo"

Polaroid are not leaving the instant photo market though as the launch of the Polaroid PoGo brings the concept of instant photos to the 21st century by using the latest Zink (Zero Ink) printing technology to support modern digital cameras. The Polaroid PoGo is a small battery operated mobile printer that allows you to print your digital photos on the go. With Bluetooth and Pict-Bridge support it's...


Nanolet – Nano Wrist Band

If you are looking for something a little more minimalist this new Nano wrist band called the Nanolet might well be worth a look. The lightweight, flexible band is 3D printed as one single component that simply wraps around your wrist for a quick and easy way to carry your Nano. Its been designed by Curve Creative and is available to purchase for around $22, and simply wraps around your wrist. Cur...


The Pill: sixth-generation iPod nano

The new sixth-generation nanos have a different form factor with different docking requirements. Sound courses out of speakers located at either end of the 147 x 48 mm (5.8 x 1.9 inch) device, while a little set of legs on the back keep it from rolling away. One of the companies responding to that change is Singapore's Gavio, which recently launched a speaker dock designed specifically for the cur...


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