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03. 23. 2011

Futuristic rollerphone concept


We can't stop marvelling at this new cell phone and watch hybrid concept from designer Alexey Chugunnikov.

At first glance it looks like a wristband or just a regular watch, but it actually projects information onto the wearer's wrist without the need for a screen. It's also a cell phone and has a retractable transparent screen at the base which can be expanded to the tip of your fingers so you can actually use it to make calls.


Like most other mobile devices nowadays, you can watch videos, chat online, listen to music and somehow read books, but we can guarantee no other handsets will make you look quite so cool and futuristic in the process.

Via Yanko Design.

Posted by Becca    Category: cell phones
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