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    foldable display

    Post by Almael on 6/27/2009, 3:16 pm

    News have been spread by the following company, saying they want to produce a dual screen laptop. http://gscreen.blogspot.com/

    The picture seems to be some model and not a working machine. It looks to me like a technology based on foldable display.

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    Re: foldable display

    Post by JGZinv on 6/27/2009, 3:48 pm

    All it is is two thin panels in a enclosure so they work like pocket doors in a house.

    Only real trick is that you have to have a display adapter with an external display system
    and then you'd use software like for multiple monitors so it bridges them and acts like
    one monitor.

    It's an ok idea, but unless it gets picked up by a major group, I don't see it getting out
    of the niche field. Toshiba just had one that was very similar to this... stupid expensive...
    but everyone felt it was a gimmick.

    To me I've found 15" is the idea size for a laptop. Not too big, not too small.


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    Re: foldable display

    Post by lymhfeubdach on 7/3/2009, 2:09 am

    I happy with a 15 inch or 17 inch display, this display seems to more better for those work in stock market.
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    Post by AlexT on 7/14/2009, 11:53 am

    Good for portable stuff...what i realy want is foldable display with digitizer (tablet) so i can draw right on it and carry it everywhere - something i cannot do with Cintiq Sad
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    Post by Almael on 7/14/2009, 2:25 pm

    I don't think you will be able to use foldable display in such a way anytime soon. We would need those electric formable material to be mass produced first before they can be combined with the display.

    There have been some proposals to use fog as screen, but IMHO where to get all that water and humidity is not good inside a room. .
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    Post by AlexT on 7/15/2009, 3:12 pm

    Fog inside room? Easy! First you need is a good supply of weed.... Laughing but then...why do you need diplay? Very Happy
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    Re: foldable display

    Post by Almael on 11/9/2009, 4:19 pm

    Almael Wed Jul 15, 2009 8:01 pm wrote:

    Alex wrote:
    Fog inside room? Easy! First you need is a good supply of weed.... Laughing
    Nah, weed will cause a high water bill, too. Very Happy

    Alex wrote:
    but then...why do you need diplay? Very Happy
    Well, that way I don't end up in a matrix, but I rather rule one. Razz

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    Still the <a href="http://www.readius.com/">website</a> still exist.

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