Move over iPad, the Wise Pad has you beaten. While i's unfortunately just a concept at this stage, the innovative gadget presents some pretty innovative ideas. You can already take photos with your tablet, but it cannot make proper phone calls and it doesn't integrate a charger. These are features that make Geng Kaiqian's invention so intriguing.
On the back panel of the device is an embedded remote that can be removed from its touchscreen host. It incorporates some pretty handy features that enable you to use smartphone minutes for conversations and snap pictures without having to hold up and angle your whole tablet. Even more impressive, however, is that this Wise Pad attachment can be spun around your finger to turn kinetic energy into battery power.
The Wise Pad Integrates a Detachable Device for Calling and Charging
1. Parasitic Tablet Enhancers - The Wise Pad presents the trend of enhancing tablets with detachable devices for calling and charging.
2. Integration of Phone Features - The Wise Pad highlights the trend of integrating phone features into tablets for seamless communication.
3. Kinetic Energy Charging - The Wise Pad showcases the trend of utilizing kinetic energy to charge tablet devices.
1. Consumer Electronics - The consumer electronics industry can explore the opportunity of developing tablet enhancers that integrate calling and charging capabilities.
2. Telecommunications - Telecommunications companies can capitalize on the trend of integrating phone features into tablets by offering specialized services and plans.
3. Renewable Energy - The renewable energy industry can take advantage of the trend of kinetic energy charging by developing innovative solutions for charging portable devices.