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The real iPad - revolutionary 'paper' screen you can twist and bend unveiled (Video)
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 31812044:MV8yMTA2MjY4XzM1NTAwMzg4XzdCODEwQzc2] If they get the framerate up on these things high enough for true 60fps and develop the right software and battery design we could have 2 or 3mm magnesium/alu laptops that last for a month on a charge that have no physical keys within this decade. Think of those ultrathin laptops these days. Just a basic metal framed clamshell design. one screen acting as an interface and the other acting as a display. Maybe you could link two of them if you have two of them stand it sideways and have 2x displays and two input interfaces. Back in 2009/10 laptops were already getting pretty thin anyway. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WESVH-uNvsg[/youtube] One problem i can foresee is ports, laptops will be thinner than the ports, i guess they will have to design some kind of wireless box/ port interface. Like a little cigarette box size thing that connects wirelessly and you plug your stuff such as CD drives into that. [/quote]
The new display is as thin as a piece of paper - and can be twisted and bent without breaking. Experts say it could soon replace everything from tablet to TV screens - and even change the way we work. [
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PaperTab is a flexible version of the ipad
A revolutionary new tablet screen the thickness of a sheet of paper that can be twisted and dropped without damage has been revealed.
Developed by Queen's University in Canada in collaboration with Plastic Logic and Intel Labs, it could lead to revolutionary new gadgets that are virtually unbreakable - and as thin as a piece of paper.
The firm behind the screen has even shown off a radical new version of the office desk - with sheets of paper instead of screens.
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