CES 2007: Elekson Puts Vista Sideview In Bags, Briefcases And Backpacks

Posted: Jan 8 2007, 4:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:43am CDT, in CES


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CES 2007: Elekson puts Vista Sideview in Bags, Briefcases and Backpacks

The fabric button people over at Eleksen introduced at the CES 2007 Vista Sideview displays for Bags, Briefcases and Backpacks.

The Vista Sideview feature gets people really excited. It might become the number one reason to buy a new notebook with Windows Vista.

Eleksen presents a Wearable Display Module (WDM) for Microsoft Windows SideShow. The Wearable Display Module is easily integrated into soft-goods like briefcases and backpacks and provides the first “in-bag screen” available for any computer electronics product. The Eleksen Wearable Display Module is comprised of a 2.46 inch Active TFT LCD screen, 1 GB of storage for data files is controlled by an ElekTex® interactive fabric touchpad to control application management and data display. The product supports 7-button controls including a dedicated MENU and BACK button as well as 4 navigation buttons and a GO button.

Available either as a reference design or a ready-to-integrate module for bag manufacturers, orders for the WDM will be taken directly from Eleksen in January 2007.
More details in this Eleksen press-release.

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