This could be the coolest lifebook concept this far. this fujitsu lifebook concept has a slot on it's front to put your digital camera, tablet PC or even your smartphone. The idea behind this concept is to link all of those devices into one convenient package that uses all that computing power at once.
The unique concept, dubbed "Lifebook 2013," comes from designer Prashant Chandra, who submitted the design to a competition held by Fujitsu. The laptop would feature fitted slots for various smart devices, but those aren't for your standard connectivity. Attaching a gadget to the Lifebook would bring all it's functions to the computer, including using its own processor to run some of the laptop's functions.
By fitting your digital camera into this Fujitsu Lifebook 2013 concept you can download the picture you have taken into the computer or other devices. Sliding in the smartphone/mp3 player would allow music to be played and other data to be shared across devices. This Fujitsu Lifebook 2013 concept didn't have a keyboard. you need to put your tablet to replace the keyboard function in this fujitsu lifebook 2013 concept. The tablet can also be used as a second display (like a larger Nintendo DS) or as a digital sketchpad with a stylus.
Prashant Chandra the designer of start this concept from this ideas "if you have your songs on music player, why do you have to block the same amount of storage on your laptop? Similarly, if you have a processor sitting in your tablet, why can it not also run/assist your laptop? If you have a fully functional camera with its own memory and image processing power, why do you need to have it repeated in your laptop?" So why don't you link all of them into one next generation laptop called Fujitsu Lifebook 2013??
This Fujitsu Lifebook 2013 Concept by Prashant Chandra was shortlisted in the Fujitsu Design Competition 2011.