Nokia Kinetic Tablet Prototype Can Be Flexed For Input

Posted: Oct 27 2011, 7:13am CDT | by , in News | Tablets

 
Nokia Kinetic Tablet Prototype can be flexed for Input

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Nokia shows a cool tablet prototype at the Nokia World 2011 that can be bent and twisted.

Yesterday Nokia unveiled the new Nokia Lumia Windows Phones at the Nokia World 2011. There is though more going on at this Nokia show. CNET captured the Nokia Kinetic Device prototype on camera. Nokia Kinetic is a tablet prototype that features a flexible screen. You can hold it with two hands and it would scroll through music collections or photo albums when twisted. Bending the Nokia Kinetic inward or outward zooms photos in and out or paused and played music.

As you can see the flexible tablet is a working device, but far from a real product that you can buy. It is definitely an interesting idea and a great demo product. If it really makes our lives easier with tablets in the future is though doubtful.

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