Some guys from MyRollTop.com has come up with an interesting concept called RollTop, which is the next generation laptop that you can scroll and roll it into a small dimension that let you carry it easily.
Above is the the carrying mode for RollTop. It only measure at 8.3cm (diameter) x 28cm (length), but when it has been fully released, you will get a full laptop layout with OLED-Display and multi-touchscreen for the keyboard. However, RollTop is not meant for laptop only. RollTop can be fully-flatten to get a full touchscreen tablet device, and there is also a kick stand at the rear side to support the tablet to stand on landscape position.
Rolltop is a portable computer for designer, architect and everyone, who would like to have a gadget, which, from an aesthetic standpoint alone, certainly hits the mark. By virtue of the OLED-Display technology and a multitouchscreen the utility of a laptop computer with its weight of a mini-notebook and screen size of 13 inch easily transforms into the graphics tablet, which with its 17-inch flat screen can be also used as a primary monitor due to the support attached to the back of the screen.
Rolltop 2.0 is a further development of Rolltop with some visible and mostly invisible improvements (e.g. internal design, placement of certain components etc.)
The device of the flexible display allows a new concept in notebook design growing out of the traditional “bookformed” laptop into unfurling and convolving portable computer. Rolltop incorporates both latest high-tech devices and a new brand design techniques into a computer that will increase the quality and productivity of the designers work. On top of everything else no laptop bag needed – all computer utilities from an interactive pen through power supply to the holding belt are integrated in Rolltop. This is really an all-in-one gadget.
Rolltop sure looks interesting. Well, what to say. I still think it’s too good to be true at the moment even the technology is supported right now. Even if it’s successfully made into a real system, it should cost fortune to own it.[Gizmag via Inventorspot]
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