One of the neater items on display at CES--and one of the items bound to excite product designers--is Samsung's foldable display. It's still in the prototype stages and yes, you can see the crease, but I'd be willing to put up with a line if it meant I could carry a 17" laptop in a 9.5" form factor!
California-based Hoang Nguyen's nifty Serendipity is a portable computing and networking device. So what exactly does it do? Check out the concept video (which seems aimed at teenagers):You can see more of Nguyen's stuff on Coroflot.
Portugal-based Bruno Fosi's expandable LED Branch Light brings Art Nouveau into the digital age. (If Fosi's name looks familiar, you may remember him as the guy who prototyped an iPhone case for the blind.) Check out more of his stuff on Coroflot.
QSony's iconic Walkman went from rectangular to circular in the switch from cassettes to CD's; now it's disappearing altogether, going up into the headphones, where the MP3's can live in a little flash drive. Sony's patented Jog Wheel is the main interface, rounded out with buttons for volume control and...