The shape of things to come? Fujitsu are currently showing off some concepts for portable computing at Milan’s Triennale di Milano – with their idea of how an ultra-mobile PC should look certainly drawing attention.
A long way from Samsung’s Q1, rather than dispense with the traditional keyboard, Fujitsu have kept it, but made it compact and portable – keeping the size down to the equivalent of a CD case.
It’s certainly a brave move, but one which will undoubtedly carry favour with the traditionalists and those of us who feel more comfortable with a keyboard as opposed to a stylus. Saying that, it does also limit your portable options – it’s not something you can interact with easily whilst walking down a street or standing on a platform waiting for a train.
If you want to see it for yourself, along with other prototype Fujitsu designs, you’ll have to head to Milan, where they’re on display as part of a Japanese Design exhibition all this week.
Triennale di Milano http://www.triennale.it/
Via The Register
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