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Fujitsu's Concept Notebooks

Fujitsu's Concept Notebooks

Breaking away from its stiff-collared business image, Fujitsu unveiled several concept notebooks and showcased its current notebooks at a hip gallery along Mohd Sultan road. The concept notebooks, designed by Kenichi Kimura, Chief Designer and Design Consultant of the Personal Solution Design Department, Design Center, Fujitsu, truly looked like the stuff dreams are made up of.

 The highlight of the showcase was Fujitsu's very own concept laptops designed by Kenichi Kimura, Chief Designer and Design Consultant of the Personal Solution Design Department, Design Center, Fujitsu.

According to Kenichi Kimura, the three concept notebooks were based around a DJ's turntable, a gamer's handheld console and the art of Origami (Japanese paper folding) respectively clearly represented their inspiration yet remained functional.

The turntable concept notebook, inspired by DJs, enables users to mix and create songs with ease.

The rear profile of the turntable concept notebook is as eye catching as its front.

This concept device is oriented towards handheld gaming. By twisting both panels, 'control pads' slide out from the corners.

The origami concept notebook can be folded neatly into a very compact size. A full QWERTY keyboard is unveiled when unfolded.

Kenichi Kimura himself demonstrating how easy it was to fold up the origami inspired concept laptop.

Sneak Peek: LifeBook P7230

Fujitsu teased us with a sneak preview of the up and coming P7230 notebook, also designed by Kenichi Kimura. Unfortunately specifications at the moment are still under wraps and more details will be revealed later.

The Fujitsu P7230, also designed by Kenichi Kimura was on display. This model with ultra clean lines and curves is unfortunately unavailable for the moment but will soon be launched by Fujitsu.