Laptop Or PC, You Decide

PANDORA is a flexible laptop PC for the next generation. Through its flexible display and proper application of various technologies, this laptop PC can be applied to a number of interfaces smoothly. A shade less thicker than typical tablets, the device boasts of thin flexible battery technologies as well. A good hybrid concept for gen-next I love the new form and approach towards the design.

Measuring only 9mm thick, it can be easily gripped and is convenient to carry. Materials used include fine porous grapheme materials, high polymer and silicon on the hinge part.

Designer: Jeabyun Yeon

16 Comments

  • Vicky says:

    That’s amazing. It’s hard to decide, but i think PANDORA is a laptop. 😉

  • Stephen Russell says:

    how much, when & where & is price = to or less than std laptop??
    Nice.
    Makes one rethink Ipad

  • Dave says:

    Oh no, it’s the obligatory “I’ve seen it before and here’s a link to prove it” post.

    True story: I was at a car blog the other day. Someone posted a new concept car rendering. I wrote, “Four wheels? Old idea. Seen it!”

  • Hunter says:

    FYI: The name “Pandora” has been used for dozens of products. Radio, jewelry, mythology…

  • T. Suhr says:

    What CPU and how much RAM? These would also be an indication of PC, Laptop, or Tablet.

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  • Hunter says:

    Well that was random.

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