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January 3, 2015
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PaperTab: Revolutionary paper tablet reveals future tablets to be thin and flexible as paper.

Intel®, Plastic Logic and Queen’s University work together to revolutionize tablet computing Cambridge, UK and Kingston, Canada – January 7, 2013 — Watch ou…
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17 Responses

  1. nikku okami

    cool prototype look kinda similar to holographic futuristic news paper from
    some sci fi live action and western animation and anime movies or tv
    series but is not holographic but could be similar :)

  2. stantheman1684

    from what i can see is those plastic envelopes that are special,the paper
    being there simply as a background

  3. Sifaw II

    Murica, it is Fucken prototype!

  4. Ezekiel Koroisau

    Hurry up Future! Get here quick!

  5. dudeya

    Put an apple picture on it and it’s sold.

  6. SYED AIZAT

    already develop in Japan

  7. Zico Choi

    尚未成熟卻值得期待的產品。

  8. ThatGuy

    This is retarded. Or get an ipad

  9. 8753da4yeyy

    Looks pretty cool.

  10. Jack Lyman

    damn guys just cause its not as convenient doesn’t mean its retarded, id
    like to see you design and make something half as good. its a step in the
    right direction for the new age of technology. 

  11. Innovative Solutions for Design and Management

    Check out the PaperTab. It could be used for signage and move to fit your
    design needs.

  12. jehwoh

    Replace wires with BT connectivity, make some demo apps that could show
    example of usage – and you – the developers of that idea – will sell it!

  13. Stanislav G.

    SO LAGGY!
    FUCK THIS!

  14. SoleJakeyV

    Can use color, and what if a toddler rips that???

  15. Erica

    I prefer the current tablets. This is terrible.

    

  16. Robert Wetzel

    Can you make superfast paper planes with those?



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