The Lenovo TapesSomeone acquired these tapes from an "acquaintance" -- showing test footage from Lenovo's research facility. They include a holographic, armored, and hovering laptop. Fun to watch, but purely concepts, nice job Lenovo.
"When my acquaintance watched the tapes back, he found some footage that he just had to get it out into the public domain. I’ve watched the material myself and I’ve got to agree with him – it’s pretty amazing stuff."
Espstein and his team are building the first engine using a sandwich of six silicon wafers that are bonded together at an atomic level, and plan to power it with liquid butane, the same stuff used in cigarette lighters, to avoid having the thing smell like an airport runway[Source]
Estari DC15: The World's First Dual-Touchscreen Notebook
The company has installed virtual keyboard software and users can even use wireless keyboards (or USB ones) if they feel uncomfortable with the concept. One drawback of this model is that it weighs a whole 5.9kg[Source]