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    • October 29
    Top 10 futuristic concept laptop designs

    Vaio Zoom notebook features a holographic glass screen that goes transparent and a keyboard that turns opaque when turned off. Turn it on and the touchscreen holographic festivities begin.

    The system uses an external water tank, hence the Plantbook continuously absorbs water when soaking it in water and generates electrolysis using power stored in a solar heat plate installed on the top. In this process, it is operated using hydrogen as energy source and discharges oxygen. If put it into a water bottle while do not use it, it automatically charges a battery and discharges oxygen. A leaf-shaped strap hanging on the top is made with silicon. It plays a role of a hand ring and a green LED indicates when the battery is charged. Using this LED, users can check how much spare capacity the batter has.

    LG Ecological

    LG Ecological laptop concept uses fuel cell batteries and features organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display technology, it received a Red Dot Award nomination for best concept design.


    Compenion concept laptop by Felix Schmidberger consists of two sliding OLED screens, one of which can be used as a keyboard, where necessary.

    Flexi PDA

    Flexi PDA concept which is very cool but not for those that prefer something stylish or neutral. What’s unique here is the flexible display that would allow us to open the system and change its form, as Daniel Alexander, its designer describes it. According to him, this laptop would fold base on the flexible screen technology, allowing us to use it as a mobile phone even outside because it is also waterproof.

    Fujitsu Fab PC


Khalid Janjua is a business owner and entrepreneur from Manchester, United Kingdom. Khalid is currently working on Saturn-Tec, a website which provides design & cheap web solutions. Follow Khalid on Twitter: @hybridlava. Follow the development of @saturntec.


Reply Randy Vanwarmer October 29, 2011

>20 years ago, our parents would never dream of a small, portable PC that we call laptop nowadays.
Don't make yourself sound like an idiot. This was available in 1983 - concept was not new even then.

    Reply KHalid Janjua October 29, 2011

    yes I do remember when I bought my first pc which was 286hz PI and all my friends told me, your machine is really fast....Hahaha imagine now

    Reply PF Bassi October 29, 2011

    I still have it, an SX64 working, but the Osborne 1 went before in 1981, though not successfull because closed 2 years later.. Compaq portable is the first x86 with MS-DOS

Reply Anonymous October 29, 2011

This makes a whole lot of sense dude. I mean like really?

Reply DavidDavid October 29, 2011

Looks annoying to use.

Reply deadSteveJobs November 3, 2011

macbook air is where its at

Reply ink cartridges for printers November 8, 2011

really likable product, you share ultimate thing here, i think this the best one

Reply Fix Computers November 13, 2011

The Mac Folder looks like a ZX81

Reply Joseph June 10, 2013

The D-Roll is pretty stunning. Good list of futuristic laptops. This list here is pretty good too: http://www.squidoo.com/cool-laptops-unique-futuristic-laptop-design