Nikita Buyanov was commissioned to design a series of conceptual, female-oriented laptops for HP/Intel, and the Chameleon kind of rocked our world. But we still consider ourselves men.
Featuring a series of three cameras, the Chameleon uses complimenting "adaptive microcell coverage" to blend in to its surroundings—or at the very least coordinate with your crotchwear.
Some of his other concepts are, believe it or not, even more far-fetched, including a fitness laptop that doubles as a scale and a slightly sexist pink laptop that gives manicures. But it's all good fun at the better sex's expense. [BehanceNetwork via ubergizmo]
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