Fujitsu concept folds from a netbook into a tablet

Some of the latest entries in Fujitsu's ongoing design contest are truly testing the boundaries of gadget innovation, the latest being the concept "flexbook," an amazingly petite fold-up computer.

Submitted by Taiwan-based designer Hao-Chun Huang, the flexbook features a swivel touchscreen that, along with the rest of the computer, can be folded into various configuration allowing the device to be used as a netbook, a tablet, an e-book reader, or even its own case. Covered in a swappable rubberized outer skin, the flexbook is not just a great concept, it's a computer I'd love to have in my hands right now.

Via DesignBoom

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