Photos: Concept PCs at IDF 2006

Photos: Concept PCs at IDF 2006

Summary: Hello, my TV. An Intel demo guy speaks into his remote.

TOPICS: PCs, Hardware

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  • Lenovo?s X41 tablet

    Lenovo's X41 tablet. The PC company, a combination of a Chinese PC giant and IBM's old PC group, has begun to sell consumer computers outside of China.

  • Florence, the notebook

    Behold the majesty of Florence. A few years ago, Intel unveiled a prototype notebook called Florence, with a keyboard that could be folded under the screen and a detachable VoIP handset. Now, companies like Alienware sell notebooks based on Florence designs, demonstrating that the concept designs do make it out of the labs.

  • Florence redux

    Here's side view of Florence, the notebook computer.

Topics: PCs, Hardware

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