Get Around Tech-Style With the DIY Mounted Netbook Bicycle

By: Andrew Robichaud - Published: Aug 3, 2009 • References: liliputing & ubergizmo
Don’t have a smartphone or PDA but need to have computer access? Why not mount your netbook onto the handlebars of your bike?

This DIY project is a cute little look at the technological obsession that society has embraced. We need it wherever we go and apparently even when we’re riding a bike.

The mounted netbook is good for directions, or a viewable map, or just any standard information that you need to keep with you. I wouldn’t suggest leaving it alone anywhere; you know, free laptops don’t stick around long unattended. Stats for Commuter Computer Cycles Trending: Older & Average
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