The word notebook, has also been applied to laptops precisely because they are as portable as notebooks. Despite this, the surfaces of today’s computers still lack in one thing when compared to paper: flexibility.
However, with the advent of AMOLED technology, we may have notebooks that really look like magazines and calendars. Korean designer Kim Min Seok introduced a very interesting laptop concept that takes full advantage of the foldable and malleable screens.
According to the images of the project, the laptop would look like a binder, with two touchscreen screens, remembering – in function – more a tablet than a notebook. As for the use, it is not known if the gadget would only be a multimedia player or would have a structure capable of running more robust applications.