KR101096705B1 - A note-book computer - Google Patents

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KR101096705B1
KR101096705B1 KR1020050010683A KR20050010683A KR101096705B1 KR 101096705 B1 KR101096705 B1 KR 101096705B1 KR 1020050010683 A KR1020050010683 A KR 1020050010683A KR 20050010683 A KR20050010683 A KR 20050010683A KR 101096705 B1 KR101096705 B1 KR 101096705B1
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The present invention relates to a notebook computer that can satisfy a variety of consumers' purchase needs by applying a slide opening and closing method, the keyboard unit is arranged; Guide parts formed on both sides of the main body part; A connection member coupled to one of the guide parts so as to be movable along the guide part; And a display unit rotatably coupled to the other side of the connection member.
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Notebook computer {A note-book computer}

1 is a perspective view showing the appearance of a conventional notebook computer

FIG. 2 is a side view of FIG. 1

Figure 3 is a perspective view showing the appearance of a notebook computer according to an embodiment of the present invention

4 is a view showing in detail the main body of FIG.

5 is a perspective view of the guide shaft of FIG.

FIG. 6 is a cross-sectional view illustrating that the guide shaft of FIG. 5 is coupled to a guide groove. FIG.

7 is a view for explaining a coupling method between the connection member and the display unit;

8A-8E illustrate a method of opening a notebook computer according to an embodiment of the invention.

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301: main body 302: display unit

302a: liquid crystal panel 303: keyboard

304: connecting member 314: guide groove

314a: First Home 314b: Second Home

300: notebook computer

The present invention relates to a notebook computer, and more particularly to a notebook computer to which the slide opening and closing method is applied.

Notebook computers are lighter, smaller, and easier to carry than regular desktop computers, providing a lot of convenience not available on a regular desktop computer. In addition, the use of the computer is hardly restricted by the place, and the use range of the computer is further expanded.

Hereinafter, a conventional notebook computer will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

1 is a perspective view showing the appearance of a conventional notebook computer, Figure 2 is a side view of FIG.

Conventional notebook computer, as shown in Figure 1, the main body portion 101, the computer system is embedded, and the display portion 102 rotatably coupled to one side of the main body portion 101, and displays an image It is configured to include).

Here, the main body 101 is provided with a keyboard 103 for inputting a user's command and / or a touch pad 199 for a mouse pad, and the liquid crystal panel in which an image is actually displayed on the display 102. 102a is provided.

In order to close the conventional notebook computer 100 configured as described above, the display unit 102 is rotated toward the main body unit 101 with the hinge axis 104 as the central axis, and the display unit 102 The main body portions 101 may be brought into contact with each other. On the other hand, in order to open the notebook computer 100, the display unit 102 is rotated away from the main body unit 101 direction with the hinge axis 104 as a central axis, and the display unit 102 and the display unit 102. What is necessary is just to space apart between the said main-body parts 101.

At present, the notebook computer is opened and closed in a hinged manner as described above, and the present invention is to satisfy the various purchase needs of consumers by providing a notebook computer that can be opened and closed in a sliding manner, away from the conventional hinge. The purpose is.

Notebook computer according to the present invention for achieving the above object is a keyboard unit is arranged; Guide parts formed on both sides of the main body part; A connection member coupled to one of the guide parts so as to be movable along the guide part; And a display unit rotatably coupled to the other side of the connection member.

Hereinafter, a notebook computer according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

3 is a perspective view showing the appearance of a notebook computer according to an embodiment of the present invention, Figure 4 is a view showing in detail the main body of FIG.

Referring to the notebook computer according to an embodiment of the present invention, as shown in Figures 3 and 4, the display unit 302 for displaying an image, and the main body unit 301 located below the display unit 302 And a connecting member 304 that connects the display unit 302 and the main body unit 301, and the display unit 302 is provided with a liquid crystal panel 302a for displaying an image. The body 301 is provided with a keyboard 303 for inputting a user's command and / or a touch panel 399 for a mouse pad.

Here, the laptop computer 300 according to an embodiment of the present invention is provided with a pair of two connecting members 304, each connecting member 304 is formed on both sides of the display unit 302 and the main body ( 301 are respectively coupled to both sides of the 301.

As such, in order to connect the display unit 302 and the main body 301 by the connecting member 304, guide grooves 314 having one side open at both sides of the main body 301 are formed. The guide groove 314 may be divided into a first groove 314a and a second groove 314b.

Here, the first groove 314a and the second groove 314b are formed in one direction along the side surface of the main body 301 and communicate with each other.

More specifically, the first groove 314a and the second groove 314b are formed in parallel with each other, and the second groove 314b is, as shown in FIG. 4, the first groove 314a. It is located diagonally to the upper right side from). For this reason, the guide groove 314 is partially bent to have a step shape as a whole.

A guide shaft 362 is inserted into the guide groove 314, and the guide shaft 362 moves along the guide groove 314. In addition, one side of the connecting member 304 is rotatably coupled to the guide shaft 362. Therefore, when the guide shaft 362 moves along the guide groove 314, the connecting member 304 also moves in the same direction as the guide shaft 362.

On the other hand, the guide shaft 362 will be described in more detail as follows.

FIG. 5 is a perspective view of the guide shaft of FIG. 3, and FIG. 6 is a cross-sectional view of the guide shaft of FIG. 5 coupled to the guide groove.

5 and 6, the guide shaft 362 is inserted into the guide groove 314 and protrudes from the body 362a moving along the guide groove 314 and the body 362a. It consists of a fixed shaft 362b exposed to the outside through the opening of the groove 314 of the guide (hereinafter referred to as 'opening portion'), one side of the connecting member 304 in the fixed shaft 362b Is condensed.

Meanwhile, a through hole 602 penetrating the center portion is formed at the center portion of the guide shaft 362. Here, the through hole 602 is composed of first and second through holes 602a and 602b having different diameters. Specifically, the diameter of the first through hole 602a is equal to the second through hole (602). It is larger than the diameter of 602b, and the first through hole 602a and the second through hole 602b communicate with each other.

Here, a spring 666 is inserted into the first through hole 602a, and the spring 666 is placed on the bottom of the first through hole 602a, and the circumference thereof is the first through hole 602a. Close to the inner wall.

In addition, since the fixing pin 500 is inserted into the through hole 602, the fixing pin 500 has a length longer than that of the through hole 602, so that the fixing pin 500 is inserted into the through hole 602. Both ends of the pin 500 protrude outwardly to be exposed. Here, a protrusion 501 protruding toward the inner wall of the first through hole 602a is formed on an outer circumferential surface of the fixing pin 500.

Therefore, when the fixing pin 500 is inserted into the through hole 602 (at this time, the fixing pin 500 is first inserted into the first through hole 602, and then the second through hole 602). And the fixing pin 500 passes through a space in the center of the spring 666, and thus the spring 666 surrounds the circumference of the fixing pin 500. At this time, the protrusion 501 formed on the fixing pin 500 is in contact with one side of the spring 666.

That is, as the fixing pin 500 is inserted into the through hole 602, one side of the spring 666 is in contact with the protrusion 501, and the other side thereof is at the bottom of the first through hole 602a. It comes in contact. Then, the fixing pin 500 is pushed in the direction opposite to the direction in which it is inserted by the restoring force of the spring 666. Therefore, one end of the fixing pin 500 is always in contact with the bottom of the guide groove 314.

On the other hand, the bottom of the guide groove 314 is formed with a fixing groove 309 recessed to a predetermined depth, one end of the fixing pin 500 pushed by the spring 666 is the fixing groove 309 Will be inserted into Thus, the flow of the guide shaft 362 is prevented.

Of course, when it is necessary to move the guide shaft 362, the other end of the fixing pin 500 is pulled to release the fixing pin 500 from the fixing groove 309, in this state The axis 362 is moved along the guide groove 314.

At this time, one end of the fixing pin 500 is in contact with the bottom of the guide groove 314 between the movement of the guide shaft 362, that is, one end of the fixing pin 500 is fixed groove 309 Since it is out of the state, the movement of the guide shaft 362 is free. On the other hand, when the guide shaft 362 is located where the fixing groove 309 is located while the guide shaft 362 is moved, the fixing pin 500 is automatically driven by the restoring force of the spring 666. It is pushed into the fixing groove 309, at which time the flow of the guide shaft 362 is prevented.

Here, the fixing grooves 309 are formed at both ends of the guide groove 314, that is, at the left end of the first groove 314a and the right end of the second groove 314b. Accordingly, the guide shaft 362 is automatically fixed only when located at the end of the first groove 314a and the end of the second groove 314b.

As will be described later, the state where the guide shaft 362 is located at the end of the first groove 314a means that the notebook computer 300 is closed, and the guide shaft 362 is disposed at the end of the second groove 314b. The positioned state means that the notebook computer 300 is open.

Meanwhile, a button for turning on / off the power of the notebook computer 300 may be further provided at the bottom of the fixing groove 309. The button is for operating the switch of the power unit provided in the main body portion 301, the bottom of the fixing groove 309 located at the end of the first groove 314a button for turning off the power switch (Hereinafter, referred to as 'first button') and a button (hereinafter, 'second button') for turning on the power supply unit at the bottom of the fixing groove 309 located at the end of the second groove 314b. 'Can be installed.

Accordingly, when the guide shaft 362 is moved to be positioned at the end of the second groove 314b (that is, when the notebook computer 300 is opened), the fixing pin 500 is connected to the second groove ( 314b is pushed into the fixing groove 309 formed at the end, and at this time, one end of the fixing pin 500 presses the second button. Then, the switch of the power supply unit is turned on by pressing the second button. In response, the power supply unit outputs a voltage, and the notebook computer 300 is turned on by receiving the voltage.

When the guide shaft 362 is moved to be positioned at the end of the first groove 314a (that is, when the notebook computer 300 is closed), the fixing pin 500 is connected to the first groove ( It is pushed into the fixing groove 309 formed at the end of 314a, at this time, one end of the fixing pin 500 is to press the first button. Then, when the first button is pressed, the power supply unit is switched off, and in response, the power supply unit stops outputting a voltage to turn off the notebook computer 300.

On the other hand, the body 362a of the guide shaft 362 is preferably formed in a polygon, as shown in FIG. When the body 362a has a circular shape, the guide shaft 362 itself may move along the guide groove 314 and roll, and the guide shaft 362 may rotate by the rotation of the guide shaft 362 itself. This is because the connection member 304 connected to the other side may rotate in an undesired direction.

As described above, the connecting member 304 is rotatably coupled to the fixed shaft 362b of the guide shaft 362. Specifically, a portion of the outer circumferential surface of the fixed shaft 362b has a smaller diameter than the other portion, one side of the connection member 304 is rotatably coupled to this portion. To this end, a through hole is formed at one side of the connection member 304 to be fitted to an outer circumferential surface of the fixed shaft 362b, and a buffer material 612 of rubber material is formed between the outer circumferential surface and the inner wall of the through hole. have. The shock absorbing material 612 may increase the friction between the guide shaft 362 and the coupling portion of the connecting member 304, thereby allowing the connecting member 304 to maintain a constant angle.

On the other hand, although not shown in the drawings, the connecting member 304 and the guide shaft 362 may be integrally formed such that the connecting member 304 and the fixed shaft 362b are fixed to each other. In this case, since one side of the connection member 304 is fixedly coupled to the guide shaft 362, one side of the connection member 304 may not rotate, and only the guide groove 314 may move. As such, when the connection member 304 and the guide shaft 362 are fixed to each other, the connection member 304 may be prevented from rotating in an undesired direction due to the weight of the display unit 302. There is this.

Meanwhile, referring to FIG. 7, the coupling method between the connection member 304 and the display unit 302 will be described in detail.

7 is a view for explaining a coupling method between the connection member 304 and the display unit 302.

That is, as shown in FIG. 7, the other side of the connection member 304 is rotatably coupled to the fixed shaft 363 formed on the side of the display unit 302, and a part of the fixed shaft 363. Has a smaller diameter than the other portion, and the other side of the connection member 304 is rotatably coupled to this portion. To this end, a through hole 602 is formed on the other side of the connection member 304 to be fitted to an outer circumferential surface of the fixed shaft 363, and a buffer material 612 made of rubber material between the outer circumferential surface and the inner wall of the through hole. Is formed. The buffer member 612 may increase the friction between the fixed shaft 363 and the coupling portion of the connecting member 304, thereby allowing the display unit 302 to maintain a constant angle.

The method of opening and closing the notebook computer 300 according to the embodiment of the present invention configured as described above will be described in detail as follows.

8A-8E illustrate a method of opening a notebook computer 300 in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention.

First, as illustrated in FIG. 8A, a notebook computer 300 is in a closed state, and a method of opening the notebook computer 300 will be described.

That is, as shown in FIG. 8A, when the notebook computer 300 is closed, the display unit 302 is positioned above the main body unit 301. Specifically, the display unit 302 and the main body unit are located. 301 are superimposed on each other. In this case, the display unit of the liquid crystal panel 302a included in the display unit 302 is formed above the display unit 302. Therefore, even when the notebook computer 300 is turned on even in the state shown in FIG. 8A, the user can watch TV and movies through the display unit. In other words, one side of the main body unit 301 is further provided with a power button that can be manually operated, so that the notebook computer can be turned on or off by operating the power button even when the notebook computer is closed.

Next, as shown in FIG. 8B, by pulling the fixing pin 500 to fix the guide shaft 362 and the main body 301 so that the guide shaft 362 can move, the fixing The pin 500 is separated from the fixing groove 309. While pulling the fixing pin 500 as described above, the display unit 302 is pushed in the direction of the arrow.

Then, the guide shaft 362 connected to the display unit 302 through the connecting member 304 moves along the guide groove 314. At this time, the fixing pin 500 is released from the moment when the guide shaft 362 is moved so that the fixing pin 500 contacts the bottom of the guide groove 314 by the restoring force of the spring 666.

As such, when the display unit 302 is pushed in the direction shown in FIG. 8B, the guide shaft 362 moves to the right end of the first groove 314a. The keyboard 303 is exposed.

Subsequently, as shown in FIG. 8C, the display unit 302 is pulled in the direction of an arrow to space the predetermined distance between the display unit 302 and the main body unit 301. In this case, as the display unit 302 moves in the direction of the arrow, the guide shaft 362 is positioned at the left end of the second groove 314b.

Thereafter, as shown in FIG. 8D, the display unit 302 is pushed in the direction of the arrow. Then, the guide shaft 362 moves along the second groove 314b to the right end of the second groove 314b. At this time, as the guide shaft 362 is located at the end of the second groove 314b, the fixing pin 500 of the guide shaft 362 is pushed by the restoring force of the spring 666 and the second It is inserted into the fixing groove 309 located at the end of the groove (314b). Accordingly, the guide shaft 362 and the main body 301 are firmly coupled to each other, thereby preventing movement of the guide shaft 362.

In addition, the moment the fixing pin 500 is inserted into the fixing groove 309 located at the end of the second groove 314b, the fixing pin 500 is a second button installed on the bottom of the fixing groove 309 When the power supply of the main body 301 is turned on, the notebook computer 300 is turned on.

Next, as shown in FIG. 8E, the display unit 302 is appropriately rotated about the fixed shaft 362b coupled to the connection member 304 to raise the display unit 302 at a predetermined angle.

In this case, the angle of the display unit 302 may be adjusted by rotating the connection member 304 about the fixed shaft 362b formed on the guide shaft 362.

On the other hand, the closing method of the notebook computer 300 may be performed in the reverse order of the opening method described above.

That is, first, as shown in FIG. 8D, the display unit 302 is rotated so that the display unit 302 is arranged in parallel with the main body unit 301.

Thereafter, the display unit 302 is pushed in the direction opposite to the arrow shown in FIG. 8D. Then, the guide shaft 362 moves from the second groove 314b to the first groove 314a, and thus the display unit 302 is in contact with the main body unit 301.

Next, the display unit 302 is pushed in the direction opposite to the arrow shown in FIG. 8B so that the display unit 302 and the main body unit 301 overlap each other. Then, the guide shaft 362 is positioned at the end of the first groove (314a), wherein the fixing pin 500 of the guide shaft 362 is formed in the end of the first groove (314a) 309 is inserted. Then, the inserted fixing pin 500 is to press the first button installed on the bottom of the fixing groove 309, thereby turning off the power supply provided in the main body notebook computer 300 is turned off.

As such, when the notebook computer 300 is closed, the power is automatically turned off. However, the notebook computer 300 may further include a button for manually turning on or off the notebook computer 300 by manually adjusting it to the outside. You can watch TV or movies even when closed.

In addition, when the notebook computer 300 is closed as described above, the volume thereof is smaller than that of the open state. In the notebook computer 300 according to the present invention, since the display unit is exposed even in the closed state, the notebook computer 300 is closed. You can hang it on the wall. Therefore, by using the notebook computer 300 of the present invention, it is possible to replace the recently popular wall-mounted TV.

The present invention described above is not limited to the above-described embodiment and the accompanying drawings, and it is common in the art that various substitutions, modifications, and changes can be made without departing from the technical spirit of the present invention. It will be evident to those who have knowledge of.

The notebook computer according to the present invention described above has the following effects.

The notebook computer according to the present invention deviates from the conventional hinge type, and adopts a slide type. Therefore, it is possible to satisfy various purchase desires of consumers.

In addition, due to the slide method as described above, the notebook computer according to the present invention is always exposed to the front surface regardless of opening or closing. Therefore, the TV and the movie can be watched even when the notebook computer is closed.

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  1. A main body on which a keyboard is arranged;
    Guide parts formed on both sides of the main body part;
    A connection member coupled to one of the guide parts so as to be movable along the guide part; And,
    A display unit rotatably coupled to the other side of the connection member;
    The display unit includes a liquid crystal panel, and the display unit is provided above the main body unit such that the display unit of the liquid crystal panel is exposed to the outside;
    A guide groove having one side opened at the guide part;
    The guide groove is formed of a first groove and a second groove formed in one direction along a side of the main body portion, the first groove and the second groove communicate with each other, the second groove is formed on the upper side of the first groove Become;
    A guide shaft inserted into the guide groove and moving along the guide groove, wherein one side of the connection member is axially coupled;
    The guide shaft is inserted into the guide groove and moves along the guide groove, and protrudes outward through the opened portion of the guide groove from the body, and comprises a fixed shaft axially coupled with one side of the connection member;
    Side surfaces of the main body portion are formed with first and second fixing grooves exposed through the opened portion of the guide groove;
    The first fixing groove is located at the left end of the first groove, and the second fixing groove is located at the right end of the second groove;
    A fixing pin inserted into the fixing groove through a through hole passing through the center of the guide shaft;
    The through hole comprises a first through hole and a second through hole communicating with the first through hole and having a smaller diameter than the first through hole;
    A protrusion is formed on the fixing pin to protrude toward an inner wall of the first through hole;
    Surrounding the outer circumferential surface of the fixing pin and including a spring having one side contacting the protrusion and the other side contacting the bottom of the first through hole;
    A first button installed in the first fixing groove to turn on an operation of a power unit provided in the main body by pressing by the fixing pin;
    And a second button installed in the second fixing groove to turn off the operation of the power supply unit by pressing by the fixing pin.
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  6. The method of claim 1,
    The body is a notebook computer, characterized in that formed in a polygonal form.
  7. The method of claim 1,
    One side of the connection member and the fixed shaft is a notebook computer, characterized in that rotatably coupled to each other.
  8. The method of claim 1,
    And a buffer material formed between one side of the connection member and the coupling portion of the fixed shaft.
  9. The method of claim 1,
    And the connecting member and the guide shaft are integrally configured such that the connecting member and the fixed shaft are fixedly coupled to each other.
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  20. The method of claim 1,
    The main body portion is a notebook computer, characterized in that further provided with a manual power button for manually turning on or off the operation of the power supply.
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