Fujitsu's mini-laptop folds away

Prototype gets lots of exposure on YouTube

Future Publishing

Computer and electronics makers seem determined to force their products to fold up, even it it means creating the high-tech equivalent of a genetic mutant. Fujitsu is no exception, and it has a folding mini-laptop that's getting a lot of exposure--even though it has yet to leave its mad scientist's laboratory.

T3 recently got a first-hand look at the laptop and even managed to shoot some video, which is making the rounds on YouTube (see below). It seems to have been love at first sight for the U.K. magazine: "Toting extra keys inside for gaming, the half-pint lappy also packs in a finger print reader, so all your data's secure should it slip down the back of a stranger's sofa. Fujitsu's design is still at the concept stage, but we fell in love with its dinky dimensions."

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