For the automotive industry, the Fall was the start of a new car season. Each Winter, Spring, and Summer, they sold you last year’s model, while the coming of Autumn and the changing of the leaves brought about a bevy of new types, unusual accessories, and revamped prices, all in a desperate attempt to get buyers to dump their old ride and hook themselves up with something new and up to date. Often lured into the showroom by an intriguing concept car, these engineering experiments promised great advances in technology, though the vehicles on sale rarely mimicked their forward thinking flash.
They Are The Shape Of Things To Come
We are rapidly seeing the same thing happen in other tech areas. Computers have gone from simple laptops with keyboards to detachable tablets that can function sans the trusty typewriter. Tablets are replacing the handheld device as the processor of choice, and now we are witnessing the birth of a whole new kind of experience as screens are becoming flexible. Indeed, TVs are already employing the curve screen to enhance the viewing experience, and some companies are developing devices that you can roll up for easy storage.
They’re Where The Industry Plans On Going Next
Now, Lenovo is wowing insiders with its new Folio concept. It’s a tablet, but it’s also more than that. The device can actually fold up, suddenly becoming the size of a standard cellphone. For those interested in the specs, the Folio has a 7.8-inch screen with 1,920 x 1,440 resolution, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, and uses Android 7.0 Nougat. Now, some may feel this is not the most powerful of portable tech alternatives, but it’s all about the screen.
And Lenovo Has Just Unveiled An Unusual Folding Tablet