Foldable windows PC

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  1. nnthemperor

    nnthemperor Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    ... And it comes with an active pen, sweet!

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    JoeS I'm all ears Senior Member

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    We'll have to wait another year. Nooooooo!
     
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    Just my reaction too. However, with the way it'll be priced, I might as well wait another 5 years

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    Ohh, I didn't see anything on price. Rubino claimed he didn't know yet.

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    It looks cool, but I won't be onboard till an EMR option is available...question is....from a technical POV is that possible?
     
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    This is full circle coming back to the original intent of the IBM Thinkpad back in the 1980's! That was a screen on one side and a paper pad on the other but it folded like a book and was used in portrait.

    This is definitely one to watch but I hope it is not $3,000.

    However, remember the butterfly keyboard Thinkpad 701? That was $7500 in the 1990's! With inflation that is comparable to probably over $10k today and they sold a barn full of them.
     
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    I am imaging being able to fold my Surface in half. Cool teck.
     
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    I think Wacom EMR was a no on any folding device because the two sides would interfere with each other at anything other that flat folded out. I read it on the internet somewhere, it must be true.

    I'm going to need one of these.

    I already thought my yoga book c930 was the future, but man the future moves fast.
     
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    Wouldn't it be okay if they just deactivated the EMR layer as it started folding? It's not like anyone needs to use it when it's not flat.

    I'm surprising my tech-geek self by how much I no longer care about folding devices. Wake me in a few years when they're perfected, cheaper, and the OS/apps get refined for its use. :p
     
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