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Creativity can get you to the top of the World. We see gadgets and gizmos of all shapes and sizes, ranging from Pill iPod docks to the popular Angry Birds iPod dock and Apple TVs. It is pretty awesome how they manage to develop a concept and transform them into a real time device.
If you are gadget lover, then you might be a proud owner of a cool notebook, a tablet, a smartphone and much other stuff. Although, when placed on a desk, all the gadgets would be eye candy, suppose if you can combine them and imagine how it would look.
There are probably a lot of people who thought of such an idea. An all in one device – the Ultimate computer. Apparently, Fujitsu gave it more thought. Fujitsu recently made their concept public with the designs. If it can be perfectly implemented and made practical, this device is going to be a gateway to a great future. Basically, what Fujitsu is trying to convey, is the idea of a gadget which integrates a tablet, a smartphone, a camera and a laptop.
Christened as the Fujitsu Lifebook concept, all the four gadgets mentioned above comes in one piece of technology, one body – so basically a Megazord. Integrating the gadgets and latest technologies, this device will be more powerful than each of the gadgets individually.
Although this is an all in one device, the Lifebook, according to Fujitsu, should also be designed to allow the users to use the four gadgets individually. Shared Hardware is the principle behind the concept and it is explained briefly in the official website of Yanko Design.
Your tablet, smartphone and laptop require separate processors and memory to function and think about all the data, the music libraries, the saved videos and images. It would be pretty awesome if each of these gizmos works with just one powerful processor and a big enough RAM capacity. Considering such a context, the Fujitsu Lifebook concept is pretty cool idea, where your laptop’s processor handles your tablets and smartphones as well.
According to Fujitsu’s Lifebook concept, the camera fits perfectly on the laptop’s lid. The tablet can be positioned by fitting it to a 16 bit connector at the base which would also let you use it as a touchscreen keyboard; the phone also gets the space to fit in the base.
It has a lot of cool benefits. First of all there won’t be a mess of wires, and merely charging the megazord would charge up all the four devices. It also means compact portability. You just have to carry the device which houses four major gadgets. Let’s just hope this concept becomes a reality soon.