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Friday, April 13, 2012

Breathebook - flexible tablet future

                  Tablet lovers appreciate the large screens that allow for convenient Internet browsing and video playback. On the other hand, others prefer a shorter 7-inch diagonal. This is an intermediate solution, which, although not feasible at the moment, deserves the attention of producers and fans of gadgets.

                    Anthony Yu has created a flexible visualization of the new tablet, which could be manufactured by Fujitsu. Of course there is a project of the Japanese corporation, and only the concept of a devoted fan who just set its sights on the company to contractor dream vision. The device looks futuristic - the whole surface is flexible, so that one can easily turn it into a smaller screen with a stand or make enough to fit in a pocket or small bag.

                 The concept of a flexible screen that can bend easily, and made​​, is not new. Flexible AMOLED Samsung is known for a long time, although it did not live to commercial use. Perhaps due to the rise developing device similar to the title of the project?

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