Articles in the Concept Laptops Category

20 Sep 2011 | No Comment

The focus on developing new kinds and types of laptops has intensified and is on an all-time high. And, because electricity comes at a significant price to the environment and the wallet, the efforts have been made to power laptops using … Continue reading

13 Jun 2011 | No Comment

Cyber cafes, or shared internet centers, are common features in many countries across the world. Though personal internet connections are quickly becoming cheap and accessible, people in developing and underdeveloped countries still need to access internet, and since they can’t … Continue reading

25 May 2011 | No Comment

Desktop computers have five main parts: the monitor, the CPU, the keyboard, the mouse and the speakers. Laptops have a screen, a keyboard and a CPU all attached together. How would it be if there was a computer that had … Continue reading

10 Oct 2010 | No Comment

Usually my buddies are talking about girls or a half million pound concept car when they say something is sweet, but the other day, my friend actually made me turn around to check out laptop technology. To be honest, I … Continue reading

26 Mar 2010 | No Comment

While the whole world is discussing what tablet computers are needed for, what to do with an iPad and when smartbooks will appear (and what the meaning of this word is), Asian designers have developed a concept of a tablet … Continue reading

12 Feb 2010 | One Comment

Concepts… They are amazing, aren’t they? On the one hand, they inspire us, give us ideas for the future, push forward innovations. On the other hand, concepts disappoint, since we cannot have them right now. The only thing we can … Continue reading

14 Nov 2009 | No Comment

Sometimes technologies of the past help us to go in the future. Let’s take the first pedal powered machine for XO laptops as an example. Akmal Waak and Mike Dawson, technicians working for OLPC (the One Laptop Per Child Association, … Continue reading

26 Mar 2008 | No Comment

To be successful, a brand-new technical product has to be unusual (to be exciting), shiny (to attract eyes and hands), expensive (to show off), and functional (to justify the high price to yourself, even if it is so high that … Continue reading

2 Mar 2008 | 5 Comments

Building on the story of Optimus Maximus keyboard, will major computer manufacturers follow the example? The OLED technology that is used in the keyboard is still a very expensive alternative to a standard keyboard, but surely there are people out … Continue reading

31 Jan 2008 | One Comment

Laptop life expectancy. How long is it? With the speed things are changing, CD for DVD, HDD for SSD, ABC for XYZ, how often do you want your laptop to be replaced? Our conservative guess is 1.5 years, at most. … Continue reading