The concept of the home office is dissolving with the prevalence of laptops, and the UBQT Home Web Appliance takes portable computers to the next logical step. Notebooks have been beaten out by iPads in terms of portability, but this invention suggests a logical interface for bridging the gap.
Caught somewhere between a PC and a tablet in terms of convenience and function, this device provides the user with means to access information quickly to enhance a task at hand. The idea is that such a gadget can become incredibly affordable so that you could even place one in each room of the house. Designed by Stiven Kerestegian, the UBQT Home Web Appliance can become a baby monitor, a cookbook, an alarm clock and so much more.
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The UBQT Home Web Appliance Makes Computing More Accessible
By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Aug 11, 2011 • References: industrialdesignserved