The 'Spider Computer' prototype offers a cloud-enabled computer on the go and also doubles as a mobile phone.

The ‘Spider Computer’ prototype designed by Nikolaus Frank is a small black device with three extending, spindly legs that fold out so it can be placed on a flat surface. A screen and a keyboard are then projected from the top onto a table or wall, offering the user cloud computing on the go for work or play.

When the legs are folded back up, the pocket-sized device can be carried around and used as a mobile phone. Click through to see pictures of the cloud-enabled Spider Computer:

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Nikolaus Frank

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