PaperTabs Welcome to the new revolutionary paper tablet

A new revolutionary tablet the thickness of a sheet of paper is ready to knock on our door! The tablet can be folded or dropped without any damage.

Developed by Queens University in Canada in collaboration with Plastic Logic and Intel Labs, it could lead to a new revolutionary gadget that is almost unbreakable - as thin as a piece of paper.
The new screen will be 10,7 inch and will be presented later this week at the Consumer Electronics Show you are already running in Las Vegas.
The new tablet-screen could be used alone or as a set of many web pages hosted by a different application. Instead of using multiple applications or windows on a single screen, users have ten or more interactive screens or "PaperTabs", each running a different application.

Imagine the flexibility and functionality if you can not imagine it, with the video below you will understand.

They can also be used as e-books, with users simply with a slight bend of the screen to activate the pages.

"Using different PaperTabs makes it much easier to work with multiple documents," says Roel Vertegaal, director of the Human Media Lab at Queen University.

For example, PaperTab will allow a user to send a photo simply by placing the PaperTab that has an email page open on another PaperTab that shows the photo!

The photo is automatically attached to the smart tablet's email.

Watch the video and photos






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