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Fujitsu's concept PC now a working prototype (video)

Thomas Ricker, @trixxy
November 23, 2006
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Fujitsu can be hit or miss when it comes to product design. Then there's this odd-ball, tri-fold computer first spotted last year which we can't decide to love or hate. Before we could just pan it off as novel concept, but it turns out that working prototypes are now flittering about inside Fujitsu R&D. No specs have been released but we can tell that device features a fingerprint reader for security and what are most likely dedicated media or gaming (or both) controls available before unfurling the QWERTY. Well, if Sammy can release their SPH-P9000 in December, we say why the hell not Fujitsu... Godspeed. Check the vid after the break.





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