SmartPlanet today reported on a Lego-type approach taken by Dave Hakkens to build phones from modules that fit together to form a phone and that can be replaced for instance to increase storage or to change the display.
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I find Dave Hakkens’ approach both, fascinating and promising. It would really help to avoid this heap of obsolete phones everybody of us finds in his drawer over time.
Watch the video from the article:
Which other examples of such modular designs did you encounter recently?
- Phonebloks! Phones worth keeping. (netlightyears.wordpress.com)
- Phonebloks: Build your phone like LEGO blocks (91mobiles.com)
- Phonebloks : a revolution in the mobile phone (comm350.wordpress.com)
- Phonebloks: Modular Phone Snaps Together Like LEGO Bricks So You Never Have to Throw It Away (inhabitat.com)
- Phonebloks: the smartphone for the rest of your life (cnn.com)
- A phone to last the rest of your life? (edition.cnn.com)
- Phonebloks Is A Stunning Idea For A Phone That Comes Apart Like Legos (halyardconsulting.com)
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