Google patents a motorized Chromebook, that can open itself


It will look little funny when you approach chromebook it will open its own. It’s a kind of disturbance, but Google is not worried and they are filed a patent on that technology. A new patent granted to Google for its Pixel line of notebook computers may be just what we said. Titled “Notebook Computer with Motorized Display Positioning,” the patent shows a motorized hinge that will open the display with some sort of touch on the top of the portable computer. The patent also mentions sensors that can detect users from specific distances as well as detect your face so the display can adjust its angle automatically.

Such a feature could help users with limited mobility or motor control use portable computers more successfully. The second feature was a user-facing camera could detect your chin, which would give the notebook’s motor a cue to shift the display so that your entire face is in the camera view, thus giving you a better view angle.