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Submitted by SJIND 905d ago | article

PaperTab: In a few years, your computer might resemble a stack of paper

Extremetech: A group of Canadian researchers, working with Intel and Plastic Logic, is showing off a brand new computing paradigm at CES 2013 in Las Vegas, constructed out of a new gadget called the PaperTab. (CES 2013, Gadgets, Hi-tech)

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fatstarr  +   905d ago
seems like an interesting concept but it has no ounce of portability what so ever.

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