Asus Unveils Waveface Concepts

Presented at CES under the Waveface system, the “Ultra” from ASUS is a wearable computer-cellphone concept that can be worn around the wrist like a bracelet, becoming a fashionable accessory for the trendy users.

Smartphones have gotten progressively smaller, more powerful in the past few years, but most of them don’t address one annoying problem – you have to hold them. So, if you’re looking for something with a little more superhero panache, check out what Asus has unveiled at the latest Consumer Electronics Show (2010 CES) – the insanely futuristic Waveface Ultra and not only it.

Presented at CES under the Waveface system, the Waveface Ultra from ASUS is a wearable computer-cellphone concept that can be worn around the wrist like a bracelet, becoming a fashionable accessory for the trendy users. Based around a flexible OLED display, the wearable Waveface system can be controlled through hand gestures in mid air or by touching the display, allowing the users carry or access their files or content anytime anywhere. The wrist-mounted smartphone is not only trendy but functional as well, providing the right info at the right time.

But guys from Asus went even further than ultra flexible OLED smartphone bracelet. Asus Waveface also includes a slew of stunning next-gen gadgets, which it reckons will be dominating the headlines over the coming years.

Beyond the watchphone, we also got a glimpse of the Waveface Light laptop (see the picture from the gallery below), with a flexible display which can be flattened out and used as a tablet on a desk, or as a regular netbook. Then there’s the Waveface Casa home entertainment system (see the picture from the gallery below), made for hooking up to the cloud in your front room. [via ElectricPig and SlashGear]

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