Technologies are moving forward almost every day, we no longer have time to follow the progressive development of our computers and various equipment. I suggest you get acquainted with the laptops of the future. Perhaps soon we will be able to get some of these gadgets for our own use.
This is a computer that can be worn on the wrist. This project is scheduled for 2020.
The designer of this miracle of the computer, Paulin Carlos, decided on a very bold act. This is a computer without a monitor and keyboard, using laser technology.
The next generation portable computer from designer Hao Hua is such a digital flask 🙂
Notebook canvas. Designer — Kyle Cherry
Notebook Siafu. The idea behind the creation of Siafu was to enable people with poor eyesight to see. Screen images created with 3‑d function
Vayo Zuma laptop computer. Zooming in is done with holographic technology, and the whole wonder is encased in a thin glass mold.
Companion laptop with OLED touch screen. Designed by Felix Schmidberger. Creation is planned for 2015.
MacBook 0801. This device was created by Isamu Sanada. Keyboard MacBook 0801 transparent and very thin.
cario. This laptop was designed by Anna Lopez. Slim and comfortable, you can use the device almost anywhere, even on the steering wheel of a car.
Nokia launched an OLED laptop in the form of a scroll. This interesting design was conceived by Rodrigo Mercado and has great performance
The Maktab is equipped with a very thin wireless keyboard and a comfortable thin screen.
LG eBook. It is amazing in that it uses a fuel cell as batteries and is equipped with an organic light emitting diode (OLED). LG e‑reader batteries use natural gas, methanol, and other environmentally friendly liquid fuels. The fuel is stored in a transparent cylindrical rod.
Canova Dual Screen Laptop. This project is a liquid crystal laptop.
An interesting project by Korean Won-Seok Lee. The keyboard appears when you need it, just like the screen!
Do you know what was the first mass-produced personal computer? For comparison — History of the ZX Spectrum