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A coffee coloured canvas perimeter will screen off the external seating area and there are also plans to put up a coffee coloured awning outside.
A hinge prevents a user from taking the screen off to function independently as a tablet, but that design gives Lenovo more design flexibility and lets it make the device more of a fully functional laptop, he said.
The lights might have been dimmed more to set the screen off better; a typical Symphony Hall problem where, years ago, even Billy Connolly struggled with the lights on.
A policeman stands guard outside the Ladbrokes betting shop on Lavender Hill near Clapham Junction in London yesterday after dramatic scenes were shown on news bulletins the previous night of rioters attempting to pull a large plasma screen off a wall inside
Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) officials feared there would be injuries during rainy spells with fans slipping so they turned the giant screen off.
A police source said: "Nobody could quite believe the governor not only forgot to turn the screen off, but kissed a woman on screen.
Priorities put forward to improve the look and feel of the coast include a major exercise to landscape and screen off caravan parks to "reduce their visual impact".