Rest your weary head on the Napbook

A laptop bag that doubles as a pillowcase...now there's an idea that rouses us from our dull-computer-case-induced stupor.

Napbook
Hafsteinn Juliusson

A laptop bag that doubles as a pillowcase...now there's an idea that rouses us from our dull-computer-case-induced stupor.

Unfortunately, the Napbook is currently only being sold in an Apple store in faraway Reykjavik, Iceland, the home of designer Hafsteinn Juliusson. But Juliusson does say he's in the process of getting the bag manufactured more widely--which is good, as it could be very useful for late nights at the office or lazy afternoons in the park. It's extra fluffy and fun to look at, too.

Plus, it definitely looks more comfortable than this designer briefcase that folds out into a stadium chair.

(Via Craziest Gadgets.com)

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