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Tuesday, 26 June 2012

E-Ball PC


How would the future computers look like? If we are to factor in the continuous miniaturization that applies to most of the IT&C devices, the future PC might end smaller than a current memory chip, so we could be implementing them inside our brains or everywhere in our bodies. But until we actually get to fuse with computers and possibly create a new and improved version of Homo Sapiens, we ought to stick with more familiar shapes and sizes. Up until now, PC cases had to be rectangular or square at most. Apostol Tnokovski, however, thinks that PCs of the future will go through a phase of roundness, just like his design right here:Tnokovski’s design takes the form of a 6-inch orb-shaped enclosure. Conveniently dubbed E-Ball, the PC spheroid is also said to be “the smallest PC ever made.” According to DVice, although the ball-shaped PC is small enough to fit nicely in the palm of your hand, it still features a pop-out laser mouse, a pico projector inside that illuminates either the wall or a sheet of paper for a screen, and a laser-projected keyboard.I wonder what kind of motherboard would fit that sphere-like PC. How about a list of connectors? We’ll see about these issues whenever this concept gets materialized, if it ever gets materialized.
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Unknown said...

hello Sir/madam,
can you send some extra details about e-ball? all sites has same info. want to know current status of e-ball project, its price, its availability.

thank you in advance.

Unknown said...

hello Sir/madam,
can you send some extra details about e-ball? all sites has same info. want to know current status of e-ball project, its price, its availability.

thank you in advance.

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