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.

Laptops of the future

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.

laptops of the future

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.

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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