The Futuristic Design of the Notebook Computer

Recently a friend and lifelong schoolmate of mine pointed me to this video which very well could be the futuristic design of notebook PC’s; called a Rolltop. The Rolltop in the video, by virtue of the flexible OLED-Display, features a multi-touch screen display. As a result, the keyboard to the Rolltop is integrated into the display. In essence this flexible display technology allows the user to use the Rolltop as a typical 13 inch notebook or can be rolled out to be used as a 17 inch tablet PC.  The 17 inch display can also be used as a primary monitor. The Rolltop is powered from a power supply through the holding belt. On sale now (just kidding)!

I encourage you to watch the YouTube video
of the Rolltop, by clicking on the graphic below.

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4 Responses to The Futuristic Design of the Notebook Computer

  1. Bill Mullins says:

    Rick,

    My jaw is still dropped!! I’ll have to get rid of my fanny-pack now and replace it with this. LOL

    Very exciting technology!

    Bill

  2. Rick,

    I have to go bed early today and try to make a dream on it. Definitely my find of the day. Thanks Rick.

    Arafat

  3. Ramblinrick says:

    Hey Guys,

    Isn’t it amazing (and blazing) how technology advances. I think we are only at the beginning edge. I try to envision what it will be like 30 years from now (when I’m 80).

    Rick

  4. [...] The Futuristic Design of the Notebook Computer – Recently a friend and lifelong schoolmate of mine pointed me to this video which very well could be the futuristic design of notebook PC’s; called a Rolltop. [...]

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