The Fujitsu Lifebook is a conceptual all-in-one mobile command center design by Prashant Chandra that features a laptop with integrated and removable smartphone, digital camera and tablet (which functions as the laptop's keyboard when in its cradle). Why would anybody want that? I'm not sure anybody does.
The proposed Lifebook is a laptop computer concept based on the principle of "shared hardware". Currently a lot of hardware is wasted when we use separate devices, as there is often a lot of "repeat" of data stored and features. For example if I have my songs on my music player, why do I have to block the same amount of storage on my laptop? Similarly, if I have a processor sitting in my tablet, why can it not also run/assist my laptop? If I have a fully functional camera with its own memory and image processing power, why do I need to have it repeated in my laptop?
Admittedly, the idea behind the concept isn't a bad one, I just question its real-world functionality. "You question a lot of things." Damn yeah I do -- I'm no sheep! Baaaaaahhh. "You sound like a sheep to me." Okay that was supposed to be a goat sound. Maaaaaaahh. "Still a sheep." You know what -- f*** it, I'm just gonna quit while I'm ahead. "You've never been ahead." GOD, THEN I'M JUST GONNA QUIT, OKAY?!
Hit the jump for a bunch more shots and explanation.
Well Configured Life [yankodesign]
Fujitsu Lifebook Integrates The Gadget Multiverse Into One [crazyengineers]
Thanks to Isobel, who just plans on taping all her gadgets together like a normal person.