Senin, 05 Desember 2011

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Laptop Bukan barang asing lagi bagi kita di masa sekarang bnayak aktifitas yang dilakukan melalui pernagkat ini mulai dairi sekdar memutar lagu nonton video internetan dan lain lain . taukah kamau bagai mana bentuk dan model laptop di masa yang akan datang, penasaran simak 10 jenis laptop masadepan berikut ini.
1.Samsung Amoled
AMOLED merupakan konsep notebook dari Samsung yg memiliki desain unik, tipis, dan licin. Juga memiliki keyboard sentuh yang sensitif.
2.Vaio Zoom
Zoom vaio notebook ini memiliki layar kaca yang holographic transparan.
Konsep utama laptop dari Traveler adalah sistem navigasi GPS, dengan penyimpanan internal untuk foto / data dan juga built-in fungsi geotag sehingga Anda selalu tahu di mana Anda mengambil foto.
4.Canova Dual Screen


As the personal computer became feasible in the early 1970s, the idea of a portable personal computer followed. A "personal, portable information manipulator" was imagined by Alan Kay atXerox PARC in 1968,[6] and described in his 1972 paper as the "Dynabook".[7]
The IBM SCAMP project (Special Computer APL Machine Portable), was demonstrated in 1973. This prototype was based on the PALM processor (Put All Logic In Microcode).
The IBM 5100, the first commercially available portable computer, appeared in September 1975, and was based on the SCAMP prototype.[8]
As 8-bit CPU machines became widely accepted, the number of portables increased rapidly. TheOsborne 1, released in 1981, used the Zilog Z80 and weighed 23.6 pounds (10.7 kg). It had no battery, a 5 in (13 cm) CRT screen, and dual 5.25 in (13.3 cm) single-density floppy drives. In the same year the first laptop-sized portable computer, the Epson HX-20, was announced.[9] The Epson had a LCD screen, a rechargeable battery, and a calculator-size printer in a 1.6 kg (3.5 lb) chassis. Both Tandy/RadioShack and HP also produced portable computers of varying designs during this period.[10][11]
The first laptops using the flip form factor appeared in the early 1980s. The Dulmont Magnum was released in Australia in 1981–82, but was not marketed internationally until 1984–85. The $8,150 ($18,540 today) GRiD Compass 1100, released in 1982, was used at NASA and by the military among others. The Gavilan SC, released in 1983, was the first computer described as a "laptop" by its manufacturer[12] From 1983 onward, several new input techniques were developed and included in laptops, including the touchpad (Gavilan SC, 1983), the pointing stick (IBM ThinkPad 700, 1992) and handwriting recognition (Linus Write-Top,[13] 1987). Some CPUs, such as the 1990 Intel i386SL, were designed to use minimum power to increase battery life of portable computers, and were supported by dynamic power management features such as Intel SpeedStep and AMD PowerNow! in some designs.

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