The concept of this table is iDesk. Imagine an entirely adaptable workspace that doesn’t just hold your equipment, but enhances and interacts with it. Concept does not look the table, in which stupidly clever have built in TV. Rather, the future has turned out a minimalist table with a thin glass tabletop. Below the center can be seen easily recognizable button Home, which became the touch. As with Microsoft’s Surface technology, the entire desk would be a touch-sensitive display capable of running several simultaneous apps, some of which–such as a calendar, phone, and digital Post-It notes—would replace their physical counterparts entirely. Notifications, to-do lists, video conferencing, Adobe tool palettes, and countless widgets such as calculators and weather reports would all appear right on the surface of your desk, literally putting your entire working world at your fingertips.
It looks the same idea as in the above tables, plates, but in fact there have their tricks.
Mouse no longer needed, since the disposal of the huge sensory area.
Is allocated to areas that you can put your aygadzhet and after that will sync with your computer. There is also attribute the near future – wireless charging.
You can image from your computer or portable device to transfer to the screen the table, so that you can consider a group of them, just like the same movies of the future. Designer Adam Benton