With Jeabyun Yeon's Pandora Note PC, it's suggested that perhaps notebook computers and desktop devices need not be considered such different species. This innovative concept device seems to offer the best of both worlds with its hi-tech and lightweight qualities.
First, consider the gadget as a laptop. The ultra-flexible surface can be easily bent to mimic the typical portable computer's setup with its display on top; on the bottom it has a pop-up keyboard with raised buttons by Tactus technology.
The 9-millimeter-thick machine houses its own powerful hard drive, so even though it can be reshaped into what looks like a thin monitor with a stand, it's packed with all of the electronic guts of a desktop terminal. If you've got the space at your workstation, simply plug a separate keyboard into the Pandora Laptop PC and you're good to go.
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