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Lexus Design Award 2014
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2412 designers from 92 different countries participated
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ASIA AWARDS 2013
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1861 designers from 43 different countries participated
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OLED LIGHTING International Design Competition
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2327 designers from 89 countries participated
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design for death
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2050 participants from 96 countries

A LIFE with Future Computing: LIFEBOOK category

the part
may 30, 2011
the part by Jun Se Kim from korea

designer's own words:

"

Do we really have to buy a smart phone and a pad..?
Do we really need both?

Actually, the only difference between the smart phone and smart pad that we are using separately is the screen size, and the advantage and disadvantage are identified by the size. If expansion of the screen is enabled by a smart phone alone, we will be able to use freely in desired shapes depending on location and situation. Carrying two kinds of devices, smart phone and smart pad, is not only inefficient for users, but it is an uncomfortable waste that the smart era created. In that aspect, the 'part' is not a separate device, but an efficient and convenient smart device of a new concept that a pad can be combined in one smart phone.


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  • Thank ‘s posting great information about smart tablet. the alternative option is devante 3D storm.

    Olivia says:
  • It’s really android smart phone with high quality device.

    Devante says:
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