Philips Fluid Flexible Concept The Philips Fluid Smartphone designed by Brazilian designer Dinard da Mata looks like one of those "Slap Wrap" slap bracelets kids used to wear in the 90s. Flexibility is one thing that makes it differ from conventional smart phones. Made of OLED, it can keep all the features of a smart phone available while adding the extra advantage of turning into a bracelet.
ure, there are tablets, like the iPad Mini, that can fit in some pockets, but there are those who prefer the practicality of a keyboard, and that's where this laptop comes in. When folded up, it looks like a game console or phone, but when opened up, you'll see that it's a fully-functional laptop.
Wow ! I've read an article where we can use our skin as a touchscreen for our smartphone. There is no need to use the device. We can just wear the device to our skin talk and text accordingly without any trouble or any itching sensation to the skin. Some doctors are saying that it might cause cancer but thorough investigation was performed in the lab and decided it is not a cancer causing agent. The article did not mention about the audio. That might become a intelligent question.