PaperTab. Goodbye, paper documents!

Tablet PaperTab looks like an ordinary sheet of paper, placed in a clear plastic liner file. It can easily be bent without damage. The device was created by a team of Canadian university in Queens, company Plastic Logic, and Intel Labs.

PaperTab has a 10.7-inch black and white high resolution touch screen and a processor Intel I5 Core 2nd generation. Instead of working with multiple applications on a single screen, the developers propose to use multiple devices PaperTab. According to them, it should make it easier to work with multiple documents.

Several of these tablets can be combined into one large group and work with it as with a large sheet.

PaperTab was first demonstrated at CES 2013 in Las Vegas.



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