Finally, A Portable Laptop That You Can Actually Type On

What’s the problem with netbooks and other portable devices these days? For starters, you can’t type on them unless you have the hands of a five-year-old. Sadly, many of us are not blessed with small hands. That said, the iWEB 2.0 Laptop Concept would laugh at all those other laptops that try to serve you a tiny keyboard.

The iWEB 2.0 features a slick design (and we don’t mind the Transformers wallpaper either) that just makes us think of fancy things when we see it — businessy and eloquent.

The main highlight, however, is the fold-out keyboard. It allows the user to have access to a full-sized keyboard to type away at full speed. While the placement of some keys seems a bit foreign, the overall idea is quite solid.

Unfortunately, the iWEB 2.0 design looks a tad bit chunky to carry around; however, I am sure that modern day technology would allow for a thinner frame and thinner keyboard foldout that would be just as amazing looking as this concept.

It makes us wonder why we don’t see things like this in stores. Maybe next year’s CES?

[via YankoDesign]

Written by James Mowery

James Mowery is a passionate technology journalist and entrepreneur who has written for various top-tier publications like Mashable and CMSWire. Follow him on Twitter: @JMowery.

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