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Fujitsu Lifebook 2013 Concept

In a contest held by fijitsu, Prashant Chandra, created the Fujitsu Lifebook 2012 Concept where multiple devices create a single laptop.

There are some basic necessities in the life of a tech geek and that usually is a laptop, smartphone, digital camera and tablet. If there has ever been a day where you were obligated to carry all of this maybe because you moved, you know it is a hassle with so many devices. Looks like the person who designed the Lifebook 2013 Concept must have had enough and created the concept. The designer is Prashant Chandra, who submitted the design to a competition held by Fujitsu.

f you were to attaching a gadget to the Lifebook would bring all it’s functions to the computer, including using its own processor to run some of the laptop’s functions.A great feature that you are to like is that the pics you may have on your digital camera can be downloaded to all the devices the Lifebook 2012 hold which obviously saves you a lot of time since with just the press of a button you can have all your devices filled at once.

“The proposed Lifebook is a laptop computer concept based on the principle of ‘shared hardware,’” explains Chandra. “Currently a lot of hardware is wasted when we use separate devices, as there is often a lot of ‘repeat’ of data stored and features. For example if I have my songs on my music player, why do I have to block the same amount of storage on my laptop? Similarly, if I have a processor sitting in my tablet, why can it not also run/assist my laptop? If I have a fully functional camera with its own memory and image processing power, why do I need to have it repeated in my laptop?”

Don’t count of the Lifebook 2013 having a keyboard since the tablet it holds becomes the Lifebook’s keyboard and if you want you can use the tablet as a second display (like a larger Nintendo DS) or as a digital sketchpad with a stylus.Another advantage to the Fujitsu Lifeook 2013 is that since all the devices are all in one place they can be synced and updated simultaneously from the same hub. Hopefully it will see the light of day, I would definitely buy one.

Source: TechGadgetsNews.com 

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