Who wants an ultrathin laptop, powered by blue methyl alcohol fuel? Find that and more in this strange list of laptops you don’t see everyday. Which ones are your favorites?
LG’s “E-Book” Laptop
This device sports an OLED display and is powered by blue methyl alcohol fuel instead of a regular lithium-ion battery.
The batteries of the LG e-Book use natural gas, methanol, and other eco-friendly liquid fuels. The fuel is stored in a transparent cylindrical hinge. Unlike LCD, OLED does not need a frame around it, and it consumes less electricity. The keypad will also be made of a singe OLED panel, like the one used in LG’s Chocolate Phone, according to the report
NEC has partnered with Takara to bring you the TYPE-N01, a nifty Duke Nukem-inspired notebook that packs a 1.6GHz AMD Mobile Sempron 3200+ processor, 1GB of DDR2 memory, 80-100GB HDD, a self-destruct button, a dual-layer DVD burner, and a 15.4-inch WXGA scren. One drawback, this model is limited to just 300-units worldwide.
We’ve always dreamed of owning a laptop with enough power to launch missiles and take over small countries and now the mad scientists at NEC and Takara have teamed up to bring us the limited edition Type-N01. This eccentric laptop has the kind of looks to make even the meanest ToughBook cringe in fear