Wednesday, January 9, 2013

PaperTab is your new generation paper-thin computer!

Do you feel your laptop is too unwieldy to handle especially when you are on tour?  A paper-thin Tablet computer has been developed by researchers from Queen’s University in Canada in collaboration with Plastic Logic and Intel Labs.  This revolutionary new gadget can be twisted and dropped without any damage. 

Popularly known as the PaperTab, this exciting device is fully interactive with a flexible, high resolution 10.7- inch plastic touch screen powered by the second generation Intel CoreTMi5 Processor.  This highly flexible display allows a natural human interaction with electronic paper, lighter and thinner.  It is more robust compared with the present glass-based monitors. 

Unlike the traditional screen with windows, PaperTab utilizes several sheets of paper for different apps.    The device can be used as e-books, with users simply bending the screen to turn pages.  Using several PaperTabs makes it easier to work with multiple documents. 

In short you can perform all tasks as in the case of a laptop computer but still crush(!) the PaperTab and put it inside your pocket on the go.   


  1. Now this is the ticket especially when traveling. I love it.

    Have a terrific day. :)

  2. Hmmm, more innovations means more learning. I suppose there is no end to learning-eh?