Poor Man's Laptop crams a desktop PC into a suitcase
Apr 14, 2009 20:01
Now, I can't say I'd actually want to carry around and use this "Poor Man's Notebook," but I will admit that it's an impressive piece of work. It's a computer that's been crammed into a near-bulletproof suitcase, essentially making a desktop computer portable. Make sense? Not really, but still.
This ridiculous contraption sports an 8-inch touchscreen, a 2.5GHz dual-core E5200 CPU, 4GB of DDR2 RAM, s 64GB OCZ solid state drive, WiFi/Bluetooth 2.1+EDR modules and a GeForce 7100 graphics set. It also has two huge fans that probably made it sound like a jet taking off when it's running at full speed. But hey, your computer doesn't fit in a suitcase, does it?
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