With advancements happening at hardware and software technology front its time to move beyond the haptic interfaces and experiment with the level of designer configurations. In this digital era, how about a computer that is not only wireless but also keyboard less and mouse less. Yes, pinch yourself as these days input device makers are integrating tablets PC with LCD display expertise to generate more natural drafts and inscription systems, and with the improvement of gesture input method and voice detection software, there is a practical possibility that we may have to shun our dependence upon keyboard and mouse. From here, one can draw a clear picture that it’s surely going to be a desktop for masses.
Still a designer concept, this is an alarm for manufacturers to revamp the specific areas of computer use making it adaptable for general-public and reminding computer producers to start making efforts towards mass market production needs. Hence, they need to develop computers with new input technology targeted at larger market. The product is the out product of the design challenge organized to develop a mass market desktop computer that runs via a screen minus keyboard and mouse and is accessible via pen/touch screen input and voice identification.
This compact all-in-one multi-purpose desktop computer (if developed) would be used for variety of creative and general purpose tasks i.e. Internet surfing, general homework, graphic design, digital artwork and office administration. In absence of keyboard, this offers more space for the working surface. The figurine-angled surface into the workstation base provides room for a pen and CD/DVD unit that makes it look like a parcel of a product. The intentionally huge screen is designed to reflect LCD and touch screen technology in the very near future. It is protected with a broad transparent casing and features titanium curves flow well into the working surface offering a sharp contrast with the elucidated display.