Ten Futuristic Computer Concepts

Apparently when it was suggested to build a Home Computer, the trade analysts predicted that there would be a demand for only 2 PCs a year. Times have flown and look where we are now! In a family of four with modest means, we own 2 desktops and 2 Laptops! The point is, we have seen many creative concepts in laptops and PCs on YD over the years. Agreed many are farfetched, but dreaming big is a part of the creative process. Here is a look at Ten Futuristic Computer Concepts that we hope get realized.

10) MacBook Touch by Tommaso Gecchelin

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Highlights: flexibility in form-factor via iSpine technology, flexible OLED screen, and Magic Dock that externalize ports to keep the appearance clean.

9) HP LiM (Less is More) Concept by Jeffrey S. Engelhardt

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Highlights: use of Bamboo fabric across the aluminum frame of the PC, 19″ transparent touch OLED screen along with a wireless keyboard, virtual trackpad.

8 ) Evolve Modular CPU by Vas Obeyesekere of Point Innovation

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Highlights: transforms between mobile and home computing configurations and can expand or contract its module based components to meet any user’s needs.

7) Mac Folder by Tryi Yeh

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Highlights: a re-worked User Interface that resembles the iPod Touch or iPhones’, super-slim multi-touch screen.

6) Dual Screen Computer by Yong-Seong Kim

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Highlights: a large slot behind the LCD display that can accommodate the notebook thus allowing you to use it as a desktop, notebook’s screen transforms into a second display in portrait mode.

5) Canvas by Kyle Cherry

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Highlights: designed for those in the creative arts fields, offers a wide are for workspace.

4) The Napkin PC by Avery Holleman

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Highlights: Uses e-ink and RF technology, designed for group collaborations, has pens like modules that transmit info to the base station PC, processed info is displayed on the napkin which is actually e-ink paper.

3) Book Laptop by Kyle Bean

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Highlights: it showcases the trend that we have become so dependent on technology and the virtual world, that we have forgotten about the REAL one that we live in.

2) B-membrane by Won-Seok Lee

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Highlights: built-in projector that removes the need for a separate monitor, a membrane keyboard that appears when needed, integrated optical drive, projector can beam ambient lights.

1) Sony Vaio Zoom Notebook Concept by Eno Setiawan

Ten Futuristic Computer Concepts

Highlights: thin glass form factor, touchscreen holographic technology, screen is completely transparent and the keyboard goes opaque when switched off.

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