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Dell Froot Concept Computer Does Away With Keyboard, Monitor

by Paul Strauss
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How’d you like a desktop computer that works without any physical keyboard or monitor? That’s what industrial designer Paulina Carlos envisions with her Dell Froot concept PC.

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Instead of connecting to a traditional monitor or USB keyboard, the Froot features a pair of projectors – one that casts the keyboard on a tabletop, and the other one that projects the computer screen on the wall. Besides the small projection hump in the middle, the left-hand side contains the ports, and the right has a slot-loading DVD drive.

dell froot concept pc by paulina carlos

Paulina conceived the Froot for a Dell sustainable design contest, and if ever produced, its colorful case would be made out of a biodegradable starch-based polymer. And, of course no monitor or keyboard means fewer raw materials, and less junk in the landfill when you eventually move on to your next computer.

Perhaps this could be a real commercial application for Light Blue Optics’ recently unveiled Light Touch system?

[via Behance Network]




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Comments (9):

  1. . says:

    that’s pretty cool, and good to see i’m not the only one still using XP.

  2. DokterDon says:

    Saw the keyboard part a few years ago on the
    Cebit in Hannover, Germany. It was made by some taiwan company. Awesome to see this!!

  3. k.mooijman says:

    very nice as long as the provide linux drivers with it

  4. Gadgetguy says:

    neat little gadget. no more desktop huh only a single unit can do the trick. cant wait to see it in action

  5. zubin kapadia says:

    i think they forgot da MOUSE ever existed!!!

  6. igor says:

    where is the mouse ????????????????/

  7. .Sage says:

    you could just plug one in the usb ports on the left?

  8. Chadly says:

    SWEET!

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