This is the world when you look around yourself you can find a number of addicts of tablets ‘the touch ones’. Some of the newly florid tablet devices such as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 11.6, Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga, Motorola Xoom 2, Sony Tablet S and the rest all of them are overfed with some or the other newfangled and modernistic features that impresses the users as well as the viewers. But this time we have come out with something new and can also be said as the majestic ones clothed with an impassioned look. I mean to say that we are going to discuss about some of the futuristic tablet concept devices which if comes then is going to rule the tablet world with a winning trophy. So, are you guys interested to have some exclusive leaks!! Just read it out I hope you’ll enjoy it a lot.
Countless renowned companies are rising up with some or the other new invention of them to challenge its empire and likewise some of the most gifted designers have implemented their own vision as in form of the tablet design that includes dual screen tablet, foldable tablet or smartphone powered tablet. This time we are here with 10 distinctive tablet concepts which are the MacBook Duo developed by Kane Yanagawa, Doodle Book (Pyeong Yeol Yoo, Hun Park), Ecopad (Yonggu Do, Jun-se Kim, Eun-ha Seo), File-top (Fan Zhang), HTC Evolve (Timur Pinar), HTC TUBE (NAK Studio), MPad (Volker Hübner), Sony Ericsson Vivaz XL (Frank Tobias), Sony Ericsson X10 Maxi (Frank Tobias) and the Volumni (Dulyawat Wongnawa).
MacBook Duo: (by iLounge) It’s a hybrid device which has been developed with a matchless blend of the Apple’s present handy media device technology along with an e-reader / netbook. This new concept device offers an adequate amount of use in each showground to craft it as an unrelated separate solution adequate for the users who are the regular travelers. This device will let you to do many of the things at a same time by letting you to work, browse, read, write, share & play altogether excessively in the same device.
Doodle book: (by Design Boom) It’s a lifebook which has the ability to enhance creative work as well the is portable enough and carries out anywhere. This new device can also be used as a memo pad in any place with an ease. This lifebook can also work to attach or overlap the existing document, image, sketch or video comment with a pen. As add the Doodle book has a great combination of creative work between idea and realization.
Ecopad: (by Design Boom) It generates electricity automatically with the use of it. As the now a days the commercialized tablet PCs as well as the smartphones carries a very limited and less battery backup which if frequently used hardly lasts more than a day before having to be recharged. The user keep on tapping their touchscreens more than 10,000 times a day so it results in low battery backup but the ecoPad doesn’t need any special charge from an adaptor. In fact, it produces electricity when a user presses the touchscreen and the credit for this goes to the nano piezoelectric film which is present under the display.
File-top: (by Design Boom) Yes, it’s the one which have been desired by the people willing to have a more portable and lighter computing device. And this new concept is derived from the traditional Chinese libber. It’s a foldable File-top that creates a number of transparent touchscreens and lets the user to use it as a touchpad or even a widescreen PC. The user of it will be able to store all the documents into this “file”.
HTC Evolve: (by Timur Pinar)It’s an HTC high-end tablet run on the smart Android OS. This tab is designed having a sleek form and features a promising user interface. The additional tab on the left side of the tablet provides more keen spaces for apps. It is probably one of the best concepts.
HTC TUBE: (by NAK Studio) This one is another HTC branded device which is designed having a sleek form and the inspiration rotates about the “Cartridge powered multimedia device”. This conception device is supposed to work as a big monitor at what time the phone is plugged in.
Mpad: (by Yanko Design) It’s especially developed for the professional designers which unite the benefits of intuitive multi-touch operation by the side of the exactness of a pressure-sensitive pen. Somehow it seems as the most advanced Wacom tablet. It is formed with the essential keyboard commands which are arranged subsequently to the 15.6″ OLED display. It holds nine fixed buttons and two programmable buttons rockers as well as feature e-ink display, with up to 24 shortcuts for each software application and this new device is surely going to works the best of the left-handers.
Sony Ericsson Vivaz XL: (by Frank Tobias) It’s a tablet derived from the Vivaz smartphone and is the XL-version of Vivaz. The tab is formed with an 8 megapixel camera placed at the back of it and is able to capture the HD video recording having the interior capacity about 75GB.
Sony Ericsson X10 Maxi: (by Frank Tobias) The expanded version of the Sony Ericsson X10 smartphone in the form of X10 Maxi. This X10 is placed with an 8 megapixel camera, run Android 2.0 OS and the interior capacity being 100GB.
Volumni: (by Design Boom) This Fujitsu one is a new PC concept which puts together a variety of PCs into one single device having a size of an envelope when it is folded it measures 23 x 10 cm. This tab brings 4 units of ultra-slim touchscreens which are linked together having 360 degrees pivot hinge. This one can be used as both portable as well as a workstation device that depends on the preference of the user. This fold-able and turn-able tab is just superb.