It’s a genius idea by designer Prashant Chandra, that seamlessly integrates a tablet, camera, phone and music player to create a fully functional laptop; working as independent nodes, yet when assembled – creates one kick-ass piece of technology!
The proposed Lifebook is a laptop computer concept based on the principle of “shared hardware”. Currently a lot of hardware is wasted when we use separate devices, as there is often a lot of “repeat” of data stored and features. For example if I have my songs on my music player, why do I have to block the same amount of storage on my laptop? Similarly, if I have a processor sitting in my tablet, why can it not also run/assist my laptop? If I have a fully functional camera with its own memory and image processing power, why do I need to have it repeated in my laptop?