Sweet Dreams Are Meant To Evolve

You can bicker about its form, specs and sensibilities later, but first lemme give you the details on this awesome HTC evolve. It’s a concept tablet computer that features a “concave side” ergonomic body design. It Features a stylus pen that will help to draw and execute renders in a practical and efficient way, especially if you use programs like Alias Sketchbook pro or Adobe Photoshop. An extra OLED touch screen with pre-programmable buttons pops out from the left side of the tablet, adding to the functionality.

Features include:

  • Intel Atom
  • Touchscreen
  • 128 GB SSD, 1.5 GB of RAM and runs a custom skinned version of Android OS.
  • Possibility of incorporating a version of the fast booting, recently introduced Chrome OS for quick usage purposes.
  • Two USB 3.0 ports, one HDMI port and a 3.5 mm headphone jack on its right side.
  • A camera and microphone are also located in the front bezel for video communication.

Like I said sweet dreams are made of these. And they will be sweeter on an Apple, what do you think?

Designer: Timur Pinar


HTC evolve Android OS Running Tablet Computer by Timur Pinar





  • SkyWay says:

    I think you’re about four years late if you’re still using an Alias-made Sketchbook. After that, getting all this from Apple would just strip down the features and raise the price, maybe give you an over-glossy touchscreen (and you have your own version of Sketchbook for Apples mobile inventions already, go use that one) and finally : I like this. If the Google and HTC union of Googlephone works out this might be a nice second step.

  • Armin says:

    Too bad it’s just a concept 🙁

    +1 SkyWay’s apple rants

  • ticking says:

    Boy this thing is ugly, you know what’s a ergonomic border? None!
    Who would want this brick…
    And how old was the one who had the idea with the second screen that will break of in seconds…

    Oh and for the andoid hype, the way apps are developed for android just sucks, you program in Java a dead horse, wich in turn gets transformed for the dalvik virtual machine, resulting in super slow code. 3d forget it, games forget it, something usefull for something larger than a postcard… forget it.

    I love tablets, but this one is plain useless…

    Have a nice day, Ticking

  • kajal says:

    Hey it looks good but what about the performance

  • says says:

    “Like I said sweet dreams are made of these. And they will be sweeter on an Apple” Why do you have to say that, it just takes the credit away from these designers for no reason.

  • ben says:

    not bad…

  • Mimoun says:

    mwah i am more in favour of the Archos. the HTC indeed looks a bit odd..

    archos 9 pctablet

    PROCESSOR Intel ATOM Z510 1.1 GHz
    DISPLAY 8.9” LED backlight
    1024×600 pixels
    Resistive touch screen
    Video chipset: Intel Poulsbo US15W
    OPERATING SYSTEM Microsoft® Windows® 7 Starter Edition
    SYSTEM MEMORY 1GB onboard (DDR2 SDRAM 400)
    HARD DRIVE HDD 60GB (1.8”)
    COMMUNICATION WiFi: PCI-E interface, 1 antenna, support IEEE 802.11b/g
    Ethernet: 10/100 Mb/s Ethernet Controller (via port replicator)
    Bluetooth 2.0 (EDR compliant)
    AUDIO Audio card : Realtek ALC269
    2 built-in stereo speakers
    Built-in microphone
    PORTS USB 2.0 port (2 additional ports via port replicator)
    DC-IN jack
    3.5” audio output (1 additional output via port replicator)
    Microphone input (via port replicator)
    Ethernet port (via port replicator)
    MOUSE NAVIGATION Optical finger navigation system (trackpoint)
    Left and right mouse buttons
    POWER SOURCE Internal: removable Lithium Polymer battery
    External: Power adapter/charger
    BATTERY LIFE Approx. 5h
    MISCELLANEOUS Integrated 1.3MP webcam
    Built-in leg stand (2 positions)
    DIMENSIONS 256 x 134 x 17 mm
    WEIGHT 800 grams
    PACKAGE INCLUDES ARCHOS 9, removable battery, stylus, AC adapter with power cord, user guide, legal and safety notice

    etc etc. http://www.archos.com and you will see what i mean..

  • hiphone says:

    it is beautiful.

  • johnson says:

    it is only a big screem cell phone.

  • Ron says:

    It’s awkward-looking to me.

    I’m fine with the thickness.
    But it seems a bit too round for my taste.

    It’s alright.

  • As much as this looks like a sweet idea, and a great concept… I will always see myself needing a keyboard, something that does not get in the way of my screen.

    I can see it used for things like engineering, or the like… but not every day use. Perhaps log programs, that restaurants or hotels can use… I just do not see any consumer benefit on this one.

  • android says:

    it is great,i like google cellphone

  • leciel says:

    just like iphone
    i think….

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