Fujitsu Dresses its Fab PC Concept in Fabric

Illustration for article titled Fujitsu Dresses its Fab PC Concept in Fabric

Why make a leather notebook when you can make one out of fabric? That seems to be what the designers at Fujitsu are thinking. Their Fab PC concept is a laptop made from fabric with a flexible e-paper display that makes this lappie easy to fold up and take on the road. The fabric also makes the laptop ultra-light and ultra-rugged (you'll never have to worry about dropping this notebook on concrete). No word on when we'll see a working version of the notebook, but we can only hope.

Illustration for article titled Fujitsu Dresses its Fab PC Concept in Fabric
Advertisement
Illustration for article titled Fujitsu Dresses its Fab PC Concept in Fabric
Illustration for article titled Fujitsu Dresses its Fab PC Concept in Fabric
Illustration for article titled Fujitsu Dresses its Fab PC Concept in Fabric
Illustration for article titled Fujitsu Dresses its Fab PC Concept in Fabric
Advertisement

Fujitsu Shows an Eye for Style with "Fab PC" [Daily Tech]

Share This Story

Get our newsletter

DISCUSSION

stridermt2k-old1
strider_mt2k

Metallic fabric would be interesting too, say, Stainless Steel.

As long as it isn't at a bend point the stuff would wear well, afford excellent protection, could be used to help wireless performance by acting as an antenna, and you'd be able to clean it with same stuff you use in the kitchen!

Or maybe some black-anodized Titanium mesh...

Anyway, it's a great concept.

Neat stuff, Fujitsu.