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Schijf Hendrikus Johannes: Panel, and also a hinge section which is suitable, inter alia, for such a panel.. Schijf Hendrikus Johannes, November 9, 1994: EP0623724-A1 (162 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a panel for so-called sectional doors, in which a number of panels are hinged together by means of hinge parts which form part of the panel. Each panel consists of an elongated body part, which is formed by two side plates (2,2'; 30,30') lying a distance apart and along the ...


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Michael V Leman, Michael E Taylor: Pivotable docking station for use with notepad computer systems. Compaq Computer Corporation, Pravel Hewitt Kimball & Krieger, July 25, 1995: US05436792 (151 worldwide citation)

A docking station for use with a notepad computer is disclosed. The main electronic housing of the docking station is pivotably mounted with a receiving tray to provide a number of positions for the notepad computer between an upright position and a low angle position. The more upright positions are ...


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Dennis R Esterberg, Mark A Smith: Hinge assembly for a device having a display. Hewlett Packard Company, October 15, 1996: US05566048 (137 worldwide citation)

A hinge assembly allows a display housing to pivot relative to a portable computer base. The hinge assembly has a pivot shaft attached to the display housing and a spring. The spring has two ends. One end is attached to the display housing, and the other end is attached to the base. The spring count ...


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Heinrich Wilhelm: Separator panel holder for display shelves. Lindsley Warren F B, February 25, 1975: US3868021 (105 worldwide citation)

An improved panel support for use in partitioning display shelves which is positionable at any location along the length of the shelf without the necessity of having a supporting structure at the front edge of the shelf comprising a slotted L-shaped holder employing a bifurcated cam-shaped protrusio ...


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Makoto Kobayashi, Yasutaka Koga: Compact portable computer having a riser that forms when a cover is opened. Ricoh Company, Oblon Spivak McClelland Maier & Neustadt P C, April 7, 1998: US05737183 (103 worldwide citation)

A portable computer capable of operating on a flat surface or on an operator's palm and forearm, including a main body, a display on an upper side of the main body for displaying image or character data or both, a cover which covers the display and opens rotatably to a position where an upper side o ...


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John G Tang: Dual axis hinge apparatus with braking mechanism. Apple Computer, Beyer & Weaver, November 23, 1999: US05987704 (102 worldwide citation)

An improved hinge mechanism for use with a portable computing device is disclosed. According to one embodiment, a hinge mechanism includes a first gear and a first deformable braking mechanism that is coupled to the first gear. The first deformable braking mechanism is substantially axially aligned ...


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Greg E Blonder: Dual position computer arrangement. AT&T Bell Laboratories, David R Padnes, April 7, 1992: US05103376 (101 worldwide citation)

A computer including a keyboard portion and a display portion is interconnected in a manner which provides dual positions operational. In one position the keyboard portion may be horizontally positioned to facilitate the entry of data via the keyboard. In the other position, the display portion may ...


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Scott D Beutler, James H Barber: Multipurpose hinge apparatus for foldable telephones. Motorola, Raymond A Jenski, Rolland R Hackbart, January 30, 1990: US04897873 (97 worldwide citation)

A multipurpose hinge apparatus for a foldable telephone includes a flip element and a hookswitch. The flip element is held in the closed and open positions by an enclosed cam element which follows recesses in one shaft securing the hinge elements. The hookswitch is activated by another enclosed cam ...


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Volker S Valentin: Window systems. L B Plastics, W Thad Adams III, March 31, 1992: US05099624 (92 worldwide citation)

A set of components for use in constructing a sliding sash window comprises an outer frame member having parallel longitudinally extending channels or recesses therein adapted to accommodate balance spring mechanisms, cover members engageable with the outer frame in order to enclose or partially enc ...


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John R Hoving, Craig R Davis, Michael J Greaney, James R Flom: Hinge mechanism for cover panel of portable computer including slide mechanism. Beaver Computer Corporation, Skjerven Morrill MacPherson Franklin & Friel, December 1, 1992: US05168426 (90 worldwide citation)

A hinge mechanism for controlling the movement of the cover panel of a portable computer includes a pivot arm and a slide mechanism. The ends of the pivot arm are pivotally attached to the cover panel and to the housing of the computer, respectively. The cover panel is also pivotally attached to the ...



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