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My Dream Nokia #5: Nokia E10 MeeGo Phone-Tablet transformer with Foldable 6.5*4" screen and solar panels #concept

| November 17, 2010 | 10 Replies

This was found at concept-phones by Jim which happily sits in the Dream Nokia/Designs category. This one is pure design (less about tech specs).

Practicalities aside, this concept E10 transforms into a pocket monster (not a pokemon). As in it’s pocketable at first but then becomes this  6.5*4.0 tablet through some folding actions. I don’t think you need major origami skills but it is a touch fiddly.

This shouldn’t be too far into the future given the rate of advancement of flexible screens. But is this something you’d be interested in?

The designer is Chris Wang. These renders and sketches are absolutely beautiful and I’d like to see some more of his work (not sure where to go though).

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  • Keith

    Hey Jay, I have a question. I have the img file for MeeGo Netbook I’ve seen people boot it from USB on their netbooks. However, I wanna know if it’s possible to boot it from USB on a Laptop.

    • Jim

      if you’re hardware is intel based. not only the CPU but also the GPU (so no nvidia or ati)

      • Keith

        Hmm, thanks Jim :) I don’t think it’ll work coz my laptop has ATI Radeon graphics. It actually won’t boot. Says fltmgr.sys is corrupted and would just not boot up :(
        I guess I’ll have to boot Ubuntu from the USB

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    I do not think this model will appear in the markets in this way

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