The laptop pivots are like the "joints" of the laptop. If you want to make the notebook to make more complex actions, so flexible and diverse notebook axis design is essential. For example, The Haier V60 uses a unique dual-axis structure with an extension rod design, in which one axis is designed at the bottom of the laptop and the other axis is designed in the middle of the top cover. The two shafts are combined with a stretchable extension rod, so that the screen can face the user under any conditions of use. We will not be caused by the wrong Angle of view for a long time to use the notebook backache.

And a concept notebook that Intel rolls out in the near future also has quite new idea on notebook rotating shaft design. Its laptop pivots are mounted on a slide. Not only can the Angle of the screen be adjusted, but the distance between the screen and the user can be adjusted so that the user can better see what is on the screen. This design has the advantages of both "clamshell" and "slide cover". It's stylish and practical.


The Tablet PC's laptop pivots are also interesting. It has two laptop pivots, a regular flip axis that opens 180 degrees, and a rotating axis that turns 180 degrees. The combination of these two pivots gives the Tablet PC the ability to transform! For example, we can use the laptop with the screen facing up like reading a regular book. How about it? Is it convenient?

I believe that through the introduction of the front, we will realize that the laptop axis looks insignificant, the role is not negligible. Different pivots give the notebook a different style, make the notebook have a different appearance, and even new functions. In some innovative models and concept models, we often find that the role of the shaft is not negligible. It can be said that the change of the form of notebook computer rotating shaft is the epitome of the evolution of notebook function and the improvement of industrial design level.