The "laptop" has a flexible OLED display that is also capable of multitouch. When rolled out it becomes a 17-inch flat screen but can also be folded into a 13-inch tablet of sorts. I'd like to think that by the time we see something like the Rolltop we will have wireless power, but the detachable stand stores the tablet's stylus, power adapter and USB ports. From what it appears, the keyboard is onscreen and the whole unit can be converted into a giant tablet PC as well.
Even though it appears to be just a concept model through 3D animation, Germany’s Orkin Design seems to have plans for a computer using an OLED. The screen is able to rollup around a core which doubles as not only a method of storage but also as an A/C adapter as well as a USB hub.
This laptop’s 12.1-incs display.
The TouchSmart TX2Z laptop comes with an AMD Athlon X2 Dual Core or AMD Turion X2 Dual-Core Mobile Processor,
ATI Radeon HD 3200 graphics,
Up to 8GB DDR2 system memory, and a 160GB, 250GB, 320GB, 400GB or 500GB 6,400RPM SATA HDD.
Super Multi 8X DVD+/-R/RW with Double Layer support,
802.11 b/g WLAN with optional Bluetooth capacity.
Compact package measuring 12.05 by 8.82 by 1.23 inches and weighing 4.33 pounds.
personal computer is a slider with hidden second touchscreen. The second OLED touchscreen serves both as monitor and keyboard. You can place exactly the controls there that you need at the moment or have individual styles and themes to fit your taste
This type of design looks like the trend for new laptops to come in the future.
Microsoft recently announced a new product called Surface. It allows people to touch and move objects on screen for everything from digital finger painting and jigsaw puzzles to ordering off a virtual menu in a restaurant.