Lifebook – concept tablet from the near future
Most concepts depict gadgets from a very distant future, gadgets, for the creation of which we still need non-existent technologies. Another thing is the concept of a tablet computer Lifebook, created by designer Alan Donnelly. Such an advanced device may well appear in the next few years.
Tablet computers, despite the boom occurring in the market in this segment, have not yet proven their real need, and are perceived by most users only as a new high-tech toy. But, nevertheless, a huge number of designers, engineers and scientists are working to make these gadgets in the future even more technological and multifunctional. For example, designer Alan Donnelly, who recently presented a concept called Lifebook, is working on future tablets.
The beauty of Lifebook lies in the fact that when it was created, Donnelly had in mind already quite real-life technologies, which remained only to be combined in one device. For example, in the tablet.
Among such innovations provided by the creator in Lifebook, you can mention the control of the screen without having to touch the screen with your hands. Special cameras installed in the tablet will track the smallest movements of the user’s hands or the movements of the pupils of his eyes. And this will significantly extend the life of the screen and save it from grease stains.
To enter information in the Lifebook, you can use both the touch keyboard on the tablet screen and the projection laser qualification.
This tablet will work on the recently announced Windows 8 operating system, which will allow you to create several desktops at once, between which you can switch in a matter of seconds.
To charge the batteries of this device, you absolutely do not need to have a separate bulky charger. It will be possible to connect to a computer using USB, from where energy will flow to the gadget. In addition, it will be possible to charge the Lifebook in general in a contactless way. It is enough to put it on a special plate, and then electromagnetic induction will do its job (recall the home wind power plant AERO E, which also uses induction).
Similarly, the Lifebook tablet computer will be connected to external devices (flash drives, printers, etc.). It will be enough just to place them nearby, and no cords, connectors and other outdated technologies will be needed.