Archive For June, 2008

ider

var vclk_options = {sid:53742,media_id:1,media_type:5,version:”1.4″};This is another PC concept that was sent to the Next-Gen PC Design Competition 07-08 and comes from Qiong Huang. Ider is meant to bring several display options so the user to have what to choose from, depending on the use. There is a small folding screen, a sphere display, and a [...]

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Zepto Nox

Here is a new Greek culture-inspired notebook from Zepto, this time called Nox, like the goddess of the night. It sports also a Danish design part, while being powered by some of the latest technologies for great performance. It is black, with a soft exterior, and shows an illuminated Zepto logo. Zepto Nox features the [...]

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Personal Entertainment Module

This is a nice PC concept with a simple but useful design consisting of a main panel and interface modules, all connected wirelessly. Gavin Wolchina, its designer, considers it to be a great tool that could be used with your home entertainment system. The information provided by the designer on the Next-Gen PC Design Competition’s [...]

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NOMAD

NOMAD was designed by Wes Rhoad and seems to be the best travel companion especially for those that like to go on the top of mountains or underground caves. It measures 150 x 84 x 14 mm and looks like a shell. You could wear it on the forearm or upper thigh, and it is [...]

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Who Invented the Laptop?

Laptop definition: Also called notebooks, laptops are portable computers with integrated monitors, powered by rechargeable batteries. You will say but that’s not all! They are lightweight, small and you have to close the lid to be able to carry it. Sorry to disappoint you, but as you will see in a few moments, laptops weren’t [...]

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