Fujitsu Concept Phone Does What You Need It To Do

Fujitsu Concept Phone Does What You Need It To Do

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Taryn Williford
Sep 30, 2008

Another find from CEATEC 2008: The Fujitsu Concept Phone. A brilliant idea, this phone is made up of two pieces, one for a display screen and one touchscreen keyboard, that can be configured in a few different ways to optimize whatever you're using your phone for. Making calls? Configure like a flip phone. Texting? Web surfing? Make it Sidekick-style. Playing Games? Tilt your keyboard sideways for standard gamer controls. What a way to play...

Both parts of the Fujitsu concept phone can be used separately or stuck together by magnets, and where you attach the screen to the keypad determines what key layout the touchscreen shows.

The screen piece contains software functions, including video recording and games, while the keyboard is responsible for communication tasks, such as 3G and radio. The two pieces communicate using Bluetooth.

[ via Akihabara News ]

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