You don’t like the Amazon Kindle and Barnes & Noble’s Nook e-reader? Then you can have a look at the following concept e-book reader, called the Bibliofile, created by Nadeem Haidary and powered in an original way: by turning virtual pages.
This devices comes with an e-paper display, word games, a dictionary and support for page-turning gestures via a side mechanism. Page flipping is done by flipping the margin of the e-reader, either up for the next page or down in order to reach the previous one.
The gadget will also provide cognitive, mechanical and digital feedback and it’ll combine materials like cast cork bases or leather. Bibliofile supports both finger and stylus input and incorporates a diode bridge, a piezoelectric element, a color e-paper display and a capacitive touchscreen.
[via Concept Phones]