Such many innovative ideas put forth by industry geniuses, not every device concept makes it to the market. Some of these concepts could be just too good to be true and implementing them would be improbable.
A completely Appleized desk – a device concept shown by MacLife that seems just larger than life. With most of the time spend behind desks, this device concept has just about everything that could make your digital life, or rather life, simpler. Though the illustration is just an imaginative idea, Apple loyalists would drool over if it materialise into reality. Picking a leaf from Microsoft’s Surface, the iDesk is a complete interactive, touch-sensitive surface that serves as a display running several simultaneous apps. Imagine your physical calendar and post-it notes being replaced by their digital counterparts. The desk could essentially sync with the Mac or just be built into it. Physical keyboards would be replaced with digital ones; a small section can be carved as the touch trackpad. All files could be swapped between your iDevices just by swiping these icons and transferring them using the desk and, of course, other iDesks.
Now, if you are a complete Facebook fiend, then here is a phone concept that seems just cool. It may look like an impractical design for the mainstream and something probably that could never hit the markets, but all this just could not keep this “beaming with blue” phone off our list. The Facebook phone shows some cool apps and there is an instant instagram button too. The saturated aluminium casing measures 17.5 cm x 5.5cm and looks like a wedge. The display has its size and aspect ratio optimised for the new Facebook core app OS. Some of the highlights of this Facebook phone concept are the “incoming message notification element” combined as a button to access the messaging center and a physical “Like” button.
Imagine carrying a pen in your pocket and then pulling out a flexible display from within it. This Samsung concept does just that – a flexible screen which is actually your phone screen rolled inside a pen. Created by Yejin Jeon, the concept relies on cloud computing and the 6-inch bendable sheet of screen also has a camera embedded. To view the notifications, battery and other signals, a small screen is embedded on the side of the pen. At the edges of the pen, one will find a speaker and a lock. Moreover, you can just pull a part of the screen outwards and use it as a camera viewfinder. The concept is interesting and could attract buyers if it hits the market. However, we wonder if the pen would be sleek and slim.
A bendable phone isn’t something new, but this Philips phone concept by Brazilian Dinard da Mata is a sleek bendable strip that can be transformed into an accessory. The OLED display is high-res and instantly curls up as a trendy accessory to be worn on the wrist. This bendable concept allows users to wear the device on their wrist as a bracelet. Its name ‘Fluid’ hints that the device offers utmost flexibility. The high-res bendable OLED display shows a neat and modern UI. It has a PlayStation-style control pad and a tiled menu. You would not get the usual large screen smartphone abilities but it could be one of the best accessories for a geek.
Impossible idea make technology process, So, which one of these would you like to see in reality?
Whatever how abstract device is it. The energy is alwasy indispensible to keep it running.
Manufacturer Kinkoo, produce a kind of portable charger for iPad, iphone, and all USB mobile devices, unveiled a palm-sized portable charger- the Infinite One can fully charge an iPhone 4-5 times. It’s slim, reliable and portable. The portable charger for electronic device is a life saver.