As you and your yogi were just discussing after your last session in the sweat lodge, it’s quite ironic that while most of our everyday gadgets are designed to keep us connected, the way they connect with each other is awkward and bulky at best. The desire for a more seamless connection is what’s behind the “Lifebook 2013,” the winner of a design competition held by Fujitsu. Brainchild of designer Prashant Chandra, the Lifebook is a laptop that comes with removable slots for a digital camera, tablet and smartphone/MP3 player. The advantages, aside from streamlined design, include easier sync, lower costs (as opposed to buying each device separately), and saved storage from “repeat data.” In other words, if you’re storing all your songs on your MP3 player, why waste all that memory on your laptop too? The Lifebook’s tablet, which connects through a 16 pin docking area, doubles as the laptop’s keyboard, plus can be used as a second display or as a digital sketchpad with a Stylus. Ahhhhh, synergy.