HiLo 10-inch OLED Tablet Concept By Roni Margolin

The HiLo is quite an interesting concept designed by one Roni Mergolin.

Basically, it is a 10-inch slate accompanied by a felt keyboard, essentially a sleeve made of felt, that doubles as a keyboard whenever the actual device is not tucked away inside it.

Now the thing about the keyboard is that it’s styled as a jacket to hold the tablet. At the same time it features fused (hot pressed – embedded circuitry) keys on the outside.

Furthermore, this tablet has a fantastic shape to it, I muse say, and appears very much to be showing off two USB 2.0 ports and a single power port via an indented portion on the back of the tablet while the speakers for the tablet are either on the sides or on the front.

Made of aluminum and ABS plastic, the tablet itself has a kickstand that lets it sit up on its own.

All in all, the concept measures 280 x 160 x 14 mm, weighs 1 kilogram and may or may not eventually incarnate as an actual selling product.
The Bluetooth case concept is definitely a great idea and hope most tablet makers (especially Acer and Asus) takes inspiration from this design and launch their next generation tablet with a keyboard-sleeve!