Kewl Design Alert: Green Laptop is Fully Recyclable

So here's a novel idea in the midst of irreplaceable batteries in Apple devices and a shortage of convenient tech recycling options... Bloom, a fully recyclable laptop.

This beauty of green engineering was completely designed from the inside out with the intent of making each non-technical component recyclable in your own blue bin. Amazingly, it can be disassembled "by hand in less than two minutes without any tools" according to this article on

Beyond the whole green thing, my favourite feature is the fact that you can put the laptop on the table and pull the keyboard off for remote usage. Very kewl.

The prototype got Autodesk's Inventor of the Month in October, and are finalists for the Autodesk 2010 Inventor of the Year.

See it in action here:


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