Eric Sofge of Popular Mechanics shows off the features of ASUS’ new W5fe Vista Sideshow laptop. At $2200, it features an Intel Core 2 Duo processor (2.0GHz), 1.5GB of DDR2 memory, and a 160GB HDD.

Why would anyone want to bother with a munchkin-ized version of the laptop that’s right there in front of you? SideShow saves power, especially since you don’t have to keep pulling the computer in and out of hibernation for simple, BlackBerry-worthy tasks

[via PopularMechanics]

Eric Sofge of Popular Mechanics shows off the features of ASUS’ new W5fe Vista Sideshow laptop. At $2200, it features an Intel Core 2 Duo processor (2.0GHz), 1.5GB of DDR2 memory, and a 160GB HDD.

Why would anyone want to bother with a munchkin-ized version of the laptop that’s right there in front of you? SideShow saves power, especially since you don’t have to keep pulling the computer in and out of hibernation for simple, BlackBerry-worthy tasks

[via PopularMechanics]