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Abstract:
Miniaturized devices such as cameras and telephones are examples of now-common technologies that just a few years ago most of us rarely encountered outside the fictional world of thrillers. Miniaturized personal computers are the next logical step.image
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In the revolution of miniature computers in 2003 at ITU Telecom World exhibition held in Geneva, the Tokyo-based NEC Corporation displayed a conceptual prototype named as “PEN STYLE PERSONAL NETWORKING GADGET PACKAGE” or P-ISM. This is the forthcoming computers you can carry within your pockets.
P-ISM is a gadget package including five functions: a pen-style cellular phone with a handwriting data input function, virtual keyboard, a very small projector, camera scanner, and personal ID key with cashless pass function. . This "pen sort instrument" produces both the monitor as well as the keyboard on any flat surfaces from where you can carry out functions you would normally do on your desktop computer.

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  1. saisaran2012@gmail.com i want this ppt sasi,cn u plz mail me

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  2. password mailed to you! download it! all the best!

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  3. thank u sasi.ur ppt is too good.impressed me a lot.excellent slide designs in a formal,simply awesome

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  19. Give your email here..the password will only be sent to your email...

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  20. Hi vipul password sent to your email ID and also already revealed publicly in the post itself just below the download links

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  21. Manishpatal123@gmail.com pass word plzzz

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  22. Sasidhar fast plzz i need it now it self plzz

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  23. Hi Manish,

    The password is already in the article right under the download link: Password: accessgranted



    you might have have missed a sight of it.


    Have a nice day!

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  24. Hey Sasidhar,
    This does not actually exists and is only a concept, right? I too had delivered a seminar in college a year ago on the same topic. Do you about e-ball? I have a question based on it.

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  25. I think so Rohan! share your question here

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  26. Do you really think e-ball can be ever made? I think its quite impossible to make a computer which is ball shaped. It (concept) was proposed years ago still implementation didn't start. I have been following Apostol Tnokvoshi on Behance where he revealed about this. He is a great product designer and have gained enormous amount of popularity with his products ideas. Have a look: https://www.behance.net/tnokovski
    But sadly, none of his interesting products got manufactured in real for example e-ball.
    So, my question is... Is e-ball really practical?

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  27. People thought same when mobile phones were first invented. It is possible but it may take a while..I believe in technology

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  28. Yes, everything seems to be impossible but with evolution of technology the fiction turns into reality. :)

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