The Nokia CLIPit concept cellphone, should it be successfully engineered, would definitely be a highly desirable device. Why do we say so? Well, it has future forward features including using your fingerprint to unlock the handset, a touchpad-dot matrix display, a hands-free clip-on design (be careful of pickpockets in crowded areas though), and a combination of Philips Lumalive and conceptual “smart fabrics” that are able to merge, resulting in a massive 12” display. The same display can also be used to share data with other CLIPits, making it a highly social tool. Apart form that, we don’t know anything else about the specifications but what does it run on – nuclear power?
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