Today the US Patent and Trademark Office published nineteen design patents specifically relating to digital devices. The patents were generally covered under various generic titles such as Portable Multimedia Terminal, Electronic Device, Portable Wireless Telephone and Mobile communication Terminal. Most of the designs were boring but a series of four caught our interest and our report provides you with jumbo graphics so that you could really get a good look at these new designs in some detail.
The First two designs that caught our eye seem to cover a possible future eBook and a smaller version that looks like a fold out wallet-display styled design. Both designs will definitely require a flex-display for them to function as illustrated.
The next design is for a new stylus that has a removable cap. Being that design patents never clue the public in on what they can or can't do, we have no idea what the buttons illustrated on the stylus/pen will actually accomplish. But I think it would be safe to say that at least one the buttons is likely to lock the cap on the stylus/pen when not in use.
The last design is an all-new portable speaker for smartphones like the Galaxy and Note line-up. When you're at a picnic table by the lake or in a hotel room/chalet while vacationing or just kicking back at the BBQ in your back yard, the portable speaker will be able to bring your tunes to life so that everyone can enjoy them.
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