Apparently there is a race going on to make the thinnest gadget of all time. In this particular case, I am talking about the smartphone of course. We see them in an ever changing form and style, and they are introduced to us like the next edge. I keep telling myself that I don’t understand it, but somehow I force myself to. There is a reason to make a gadget that we all use as small as possible. It must mean that it is more portable so we will use it more, right? Well, here is the thing that I don’t personally understand. When is it going to be too small, too thin and honestly, too damn insignificant to even carry around?
It’s not like my opinion really matters in this case. It’s all up to the masses I guess. After all, it’s the masses who decide whether a gadget is a success or not. So with this fresh in mind, I managed to stumble upon a new kind of concept smartphone. It’s one that is based on nanotechnology, once again. This time it is something truly different though. It’s something that we might actually see in the future in every gas station in the world.
I am talking about the Disposable Pamphlet Smartphone which is paper thin. It is based on nanoparticles that enable it to have a functioning touchscreen on each page of the pamphlet. It is supposed to be one of those disposable cell phones that you use while on vacation in another country or whatever. Honestly, I haven’t really understood the usage of a disposable phone either. To me, it sounds more like something you would use when committing a crime, or is that just in movies? This particular concept model was thought up by concept designer Ilshat Garipov and is a brilliant example of genius ingenuity. The question is as always, when we will see the nanotechnology implemented into our every day gadgets? I still don’t know if there are any gadgets at all out there that have it. Maybe one of you awesome people know about this? If so, please enlighten us!
Via: [Yanko Design]