Photo credit: Jonas Daehnert
It’s only a matter of time before tablets and laptops are seamlessly combined into a single device. Meet the Flexbook. This laptop is basically a giant flexible touchscreen display with a keyboard attached. Designed by Jonas Daehnert, the Flexbook features two sections connected by a hinge, with the main body consisting of the internal hardware components, while the other is just a flexible display that sandwiches the keyboard in the middle. Read more for additional pictures and information.
The Flexbook can be used like a traditional laptop with a 3:2 aspect ratio 12.6-inch display by using half of the screen, or a 4:3 aspect ratio 17.8-inch touchscreen tablet. Other features include a stylus, USB-C ports on both sides, and four speaker units located around the screen’s bezel. The keyboard may be detachable, which means you could just use it as a giant foldable tablet.