The Traveller laptop concept by Nikita Golovlev definitely looks nothing like what we have in the market at the moment, featuring sleek, contoured lines that are easy on the eye. While not a work-centric laptop by any means (you can tell from its name), the Traveller comes with software pre-loaded on the hard drive containing a general overview of a tourist map in a particular area, complete with inserts containing more detail. The Traveller can also be used in tandem with GPS navigation, interfacing with digital photos that have been synched to a GPS log. Despite great advances in ePaper, such a screen on this device is still a long way off from becoming affordable to the masses. An interesting concept nontheless.
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