Concept Shows Display-less, Keyboardless Dell

Mock ups of great products that might never come to pass are my favorite part of this job. Sure, it's a little disappointing to know that I may never have a toaster like the one pictured but these concepts never fail to get me thinking about what the future might hold.

Paulina Carlos' Froot concept (via Engadget) is no different. Supposedly designed for a Dell sustainable design contest, the case is made out of a biodegradable starch-based polymer and the computer utilizes projection and sensors for both monitor and keyboard.

Pictured here in three garish colors because environmentally friendly doesn't have to mean boring, folks.

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  • phexac
    Oh this is what I have been dreaming of all my life--a computer that looks like a towel!!!
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  • Zenthar
    I think most people that tried "laser keyboards" didn't like it. First typing on a desk is harder on the fingers, secondly, it lacks the "feedback" you get when you press a key so you know you pressed it correctly.

    They can always try to compensate by having an accessory to turn it into a Sybian...
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  • Bolbi
    Ugly... And I bet it can't play Crysis!
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  • phexac
    Oh this is what I have been dreaming of all my life--a computer that looks like a towel!!!
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  • drip50291
    This would make me consider putting Dell back on my list..
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