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Where's my flying car?

Says Ossi in El Reg Forums: I was just reading the story about the phone manufacturers' squeezing ever more pixels into their screens, and I was thinking about what things you want but the industry never seems to give you. Here's my list:

  • Phones that compromise their thinness to give you more battery life (OK, Motorola have tried this)
  • Higher resolution laptop screens at affordable prices
  • A new Psion 5 - pocketable, instant on, great keyboard, long battery life, well-designed software.

Commentards, what tech do you want that industry does not deliver? Your list awaits. ®

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