The Fujitsu Tray Computer is a Wooden Frame Holding Separate Features

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jun 1, 2011 • References: fujitsu & unplggd
Technology has reached a point where even pocket-sized gadgets can do more than you'd ever need them to. The art of electronic appreciation is in objects like the Fujitsu Tray Computer, which communicate a comprehensive simplicity and a clear regard for aesthetics.

The portable PC was designed by Robert and Matthew Swinton as a way to make an often ugly object into a piece of elegant equipment. The base of the machine is a smooth wooden block with compartments for a wireless keyboard, a trackpad and perhaps some pens and pencils. This laptop looks much like an old-fashioned writing desk or a Mancala game board. With a deep slot cut for the placement of a removable magnetized monitor, the Fujitsu Tray Computer is sure to inspire some creativity in use.

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