• Top 7 Cool/Strangest products of 2010


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    A good friend of ours who is a trademark/copyright attorney in Washington D.C. sent us an interesting link.  Apparently she gets regular news feeds from different sources that relate to patent/copyright/trademark law.   Well Thomas net news published the Top 7 Coolest (Strangest) of 2010, and Recompute made the list.  Here is the excerpt from the article:

    Cardboard Computer
    The Greener Gadgets Design Competition in New York featured a lot of environmentally friendly devices, but none aroused as much interest as Brenden Macaluso’s Recompute PC. The computer hosts 2GB of RAM, a 2.5-inch hard drive, four USB ports and a micro ATX motherboard. Oh, and the body is made of cardboard. Macaluso says cardboard was an ideal material for the Recompute, because it’s recyclable and has a higher fire and ignition point than plastic. The whole thing is combined with non-toxic adhesive, according to Tom’s Hardware.

    While the tech specs are a little bit old, we appreciate the recognition.   Read the full article here.

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