Nitin Rabadia recently e-mailed us his design, the Total Multimedia Device, that you can see pictured below. You have to know that he created this device by messing around in Paint, but he may return with a few Photoshop renders later. In the meantime, let’s see what this phone-tablet combo is all about (click on the images for a larger version).
This handset is made out of two devices, connected via electromagnets, that are switched in during contact. One of the devices is an MP4 player, with a 2.6 inch AMOLED touchscreen display, a 5 megapixel camera with Xenon flash and video camera, plus 32GB of internal memory and a MMC slot.
The same gadget includes a dynamic keypad, an MP3 player and support for video editing, WiMAX connectivity and video playback of most formats. The multimedia phone tablet section also features a 2.6 inch AMOLED touchscreen, a 14.1 megapixel camera with HD video capture and 5x optical zoom, a dynamic keypad, a mini projector and 64GB of internal memory.
When you combine the two sections, you’ll get a TMD (Total Multimedia Device), with a full cinema aspect ratio 5.8 inch screen (end on) or a 4.2 inch screen (side on), ideal for browsing, email, video, gaming and more.
We think that Nitin Rabadia’s idea is excellent and we’re curious to see how this design will evolve.
[Thanks Nitin Rabadia]