As great as touchscreens may be, they are inherently rigid and must take on a completely flat form. Or do they? Atmel is challenging that notion with the development of its XSense bendable touchscreen technology, flexing its way around all kinds of surfaces.
This Fujitsu laptop concept features a top display that would be constructed with a flexible material, allowing you to bend and flex it to your heart’s desire. You would hold the notebook like a book. You would then “flip” through the various pages of an e-book or a folder, thumbing it through it as if it had physical pages.