Atom-Based Ferrari Makes Up for Lack of Horsepower With Extreme Levels of Novelty
Jun 04, 2009 19:23
There really isn't a whole lot that distinguishes a conference like Computex from a real life version of the Ben Heck forums: yesterday, we saw a PC in a vase; today, an Atom-based net-top in a Ferrari.
We don't know much about this mini-Modena, except that it's got netbookish guts and some definite kid appeal. And the people who made this thing really committed to it, custom-molding the body and optical drive tray, all in the honorable service of whimsy. For this, I cannot fault them. [Engadget]
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