Despite attempts to combine different functions into one device, people still keep their technology pieces separate. Bento Book by Rene Lee recognizes your reasons for perhaps owning an iPad as well as an iPhone, but offers to bring gadgets together for those occasions when you might like communication between them.
The cutting-edge system is essentially a hi-tech shell. At 0.6 inches thick with a 15.4-inch screen, the electronic case looks much like a laptop but performs no functions until you slide in your tablet and smartphone between your solar cell battery and solid state storage. The "computer" can charge your gadgets and project their visuals onto its larger monitor. Inspired by the food-serving method of Japanese bento box, the Bento Book by Rene Lee offers a complete and balanced meal to satisfy the technology hungry.
Bento Book by Rene Lee Creates a Virtual Laptop
1. Multi-functional Device Separation - Opportunities to create devices that allow people to keep their technology pieces separate while still functioning together.
2. Electronic Case Integration - Opportunities to integrate electronic cases with multiple functionalities, such as charging and projection capabilities.
3. Bento Box Inspiration - Opportunities to draw inspiration from the modular food-serving method of the traditional Japanese bento box for electronic devices.
1. Consumer Electronics - Consumer electronics companies can explore innovative ways of designing compartmentalized device docks to cater to the market's demand for multi-functional devices.
2. Renewable Energy - Renewable energy industries can consider integrating solar cell batteries into electronic case designs for sustainability and convenience.
3. Home Office & Business - Home office and business industries can provide innovative electronic cases with projection capabilities for presentations and multitasking purposes.