Combining a Laptop with a Suitcase Ruins Both Things
Feb 06, 2009 17:50
The "Poor Man's Netbook" is a laptop (it's got a 14.2-inch screen, so I don't understand the netbook label) built into a suitcase. It deftly robs both objects of their purposes simultaneously.
I really don't quite understand the motivation behind this thing. You go and make a laptop bulkier and harder to transport, all while making a suitcase useless by robbing it of its cargo space. You could take the suitcase, buy a netbook, and place the netbook in the suitcase with room to space for other objects. Instead, you have a steaming pile of computing garbage that fails on execution while calling itself a netbook without understanding what a netbook is. [eBay via Shiny Shiny]
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