Computer All Rolled Up

A day will come when computers can be rolled up like newspapers, and concepts like Roll Me will make complete sense. Here’s why, it features e-paper nanotechnology roll-able display, making it light and portable. With minimal components and built-in cooling systems, the computer is highly ergonomic and intuitive. To “round” it off, it’s powered by SolarRoll – a flexible solar panel that can be stowed within the hollow shaft of the computer.

Designer: Omer Sagiv

36 Comments

  • socreative says:

    sonner or later we will have devices like that. Let's just hope we won't have toilet roll computers

  • socreative says:

    sonner or later we will have devices like that. Let's just hope we won't have toilet roll computers

  • sipka says:

    That kind of technology developing is sad… Our kids will not know what the books are, not to mention that they will not know hot to use a pen. I do not wont to be misunderstood, but not everyone should be a designer, beside the talent we have to be aware what we create and what we leaving for the future generations…There is a low percentage of SENSE in design today.
    Use your talent in a better way…

  • sipka says:

    That kind of technology developing is sad… Our kids will not know what the books are, not to mention that they will not know hot to use a pen. I do not wont to be misunderstood, but not everyone should be a designer, beside the talent we have to be aware what we create and what we leaving for the future generations…There is a low percentage of SENSE in design today.
    Use your talent in a better way…

  • Ziwen Zhao says:

    Try to imagine. What level class do you locate? It will damage our health if we always read books in this way.

  • Ziwen Zhao says:

    Try to imagine. What level class do you locate? It will damage our health if we always read books in this way.

  • kong says:

    whats the idea behind this? a finger seesaw?

    the keyboard isnt ergonomic it's bended and it's not steady. and the visual angle – with the display on the ground – is bad.

  • Ray says:

    you’d be better off with a touchscreen keyboard and use it like a roll-able tablet. You could attach the solar panel to the back and have that roll up and detach when in use/charging. The keyboard is awkward.

  • Mr.Okada says:

    Um, fantastic! “RollMe” looks like ancient Asian scroll bamboo-paper.
    Especially Japanese Ninja.

  • vinuiyer says:

    why are ten thousand designers just re-rendering, re-thinking, re-presenting the same concept again and again, and again, and again…! Lack of creativity.

  • Jermaine says:

    wtf!

    I fantasized about this when I was a kid wayyy back in the 1980’s, like ’85, or so. I really did! And roll-up calculators and such in pens just like this, but smaller according to pen size. The calculators that I fantasized about back then were paper thin calculators that rolled up into the side of a pen. Am I a f***ing PSYCHIC!?

    WTFFFF!

    How in the H#** do me as a little TEN YEAR OLD kid dream up these things so many years ago in the 1980’s and we haven’t even crossed, or really truly had a way for this concept to even come into the bloody horizon yet!?

    WTH? Was I just a too smart for my own good kid or what!?

  • vinuiyer says:

    @jermaine… Childhood is the time when every human is at the creative peak. As we grow up, we tend to make choices and accept the world as it is.
    Thats why psychologists spend so much time trying to understand young minds et al… If all of us could record ideas we had in our childhood, the world would evolve technologically at least twice the existing pace.

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