Holy smokes! I thought after Samsung's demo of their amazing folding screen that it would take a little longer before competitors caught up. But no sir! Huawei brought out this prototype... Do you think Wacom will be able to bring EMR to this tech, or is it done for? I hope they can. -I can envision foldable tech allowing for much larger drawing surfaces. Imagine a compact laptop with a screen which can fold out to double the size? Hmmm. Sounds awkward, actually. You couldn't open it up that easily in a coffee shop, and what about a keyboard? But it would be great for artists wanting to set up on a large desk. Imagine being able to roll out architectural schematics! Maybe at some point you'll be able to buy a Cintiq in a tube and pay by the yard! Or is it like Silly Putty? -The US military spent a while trying to work out a use for that weird pink rubber-like compound. It sticks! It peels. It slow-flows. It even shatters when you hit it. It just seemed obvious that it should be perfect for some application or other. But they had to give up! The best anybody could come up with was to sell it in plastic eggs to children. What do you guys think? How would you capitalize on folding screen tech?