My first thought – background picture was taken earlier.
What about this?
It feels like the screen is totally taken out!
So anyway, if I were to send this to you right now, would you believe that this transparent laptop screen exists? Maybe, maybe not. But that’s not the point now, is it?
Transparent screen will the next big thing for laptops and desktops. This concept is no doubt really cool but as I was browsing through the net, I saw something way cooler.
Picture obtained from http://www.pickmore.com/technology/sony-vaio-conceptual-transparent-screen-laptop-461
Awesome, isn't it???!!?
Sony Vaio: You can only see through the transparent screen ONLY when the laptop is turned off.
Petitinvention:The double-layered transparent screen mobile is of course see through. What amazes me about this particular concept is that it is able to provide visuals in high resolutions with touch-screen functions.
Unfortunately, these are just concepts at the moment - sorry to burst your bubbles, they are NOT real.... yet. It would be so cool to have one... so slick, sophisticated, class and sooo.... fragile. Yeah, I would say owning one mobile or laptop like that would give one the kind of OOOooooo... Aahhhhh... attention. Obviously, when I first saw them, I WANT IT!! The burning desire would eventually died down once I realised that it is not so practical.
Well, for starters, I never really like touch-screen functions because it would leave smudges. With a transparent screens like those, smudges or fingerprints make it look unclean.
"Wipe it lo..." you say? Of course you can wipe it, but everything functions via TOUCH SCREEN! Need I say more??
Let's move on the reason number two, it looks very fragile and delicate to me. I don't think you can even drop these AT ALL. I am pretty sure they will break and so will your heart.
Also, traveling with it means you need to be labeled with "CAREFUL! FRAGILE!" A bump or a fall can give cracks to the screen and that's not gonna be pretty.
Having said ALL that, it would still be cool to have one! *grins* I guess ONE moderately good reason wins all.