[ Plastic Machinery Network Hot Spotlight
] The engineering plastics
market in electronics applications is experiencing good growth. In fact, according to a business report from MarketandMarkets, the market is expected to be worth $ 115.1 billion by 2023.
Hewlett-Packard Company introduced a series of new personal computers, displays and accessories at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), including laptops and protective cases made of marine plastic materials worldwide.
"We are passionate about creating devices and computing experiences that guide us into the future, and provide more freedom in how the next generation creates, consumes content, and collaborates," said Alex Cho, president of HP Personal Systems.
Although plastics are being hit by consumer use and disposal, plastic materials continue to provide greater functionality to electronic devices. HP's Elite Dragonfly is securely connected to 5G and has intelligent signal technology to improve antenna performance. Just press the keyboard button to activate privacy mode to immediately stop spying eyes from viewing the screen. And it is reported that HP's Elite Dragonfly is a laptop made of marine plastic materials; in addition, more than 82% of mechanical parts are made of recycled materials.
Sustainable accessories provide users with the opportunity to participate in helping to make useful products from plastic waste and marine plastics, which is one of HP's major initiatives. HP Renew sleeves are woven from recycled plastic bottles
with minimal manufacturing waste.
In addition, HP Renew series accessories include a backpack, top-loaded suitcase and ultra-thin suitcase made from 100% recycled PET or plastic bottles.
Lenovo showed all the details of its revolutionary folding PC at CES. ThinkPad X1 Fold is a full-featured PC with a folding OLED display. Lenovo said in a statement that this product is highly productive and provides a breakthrough new form that will reshape the image of mobile computers. The company added that as the X1 Fold can be "morphed" through multiple modes, from a device with a small footprint to a completely flat 13.3-inch display, the X1 Fold will increase the efficiency of laptops and enable smart phones. Portability.
Although there is no information on the type of plastic used for foldable screens, a report from plastemart.com states that new polymer grades, additives and fillers have been developed to meet the thin-wall, high-temperature requirements of electronic devices.
The report states that "plastic electronics based on conductive polymers and flexible substrates herald a new era in the electronics industry. In the future, we are expected to see roll-up displays for computers and mobile phones, as well as flexible films, carbon nanotubes and New materials such as conductive organic molecules will enable the next generation of plastic electronic displays for mobile phones and other portable devices. "
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