The 18-inch Acer Aspire Ethos AS8951G is a huge multimedia powerhouse laptop with a unique removable touch-pad remote control. It's a clever idea, but one that might be ahead of its time.
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The $1,599 Acer Aspire Ethos AS8951G includes a touch pad that pops right out from the laptop chassis and can be used as a portable remote control.