Fujitsu shows laptop made from wood

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Fujitsu introduced a new laptop that stands out for the originality of the materials used in the design. The notebook is manufactured in partnership with Monacca and, instead of using traditional plastic or metal as the main raw material, it uses a greener approach, cedar wood.

Among the other components used in the development of the computer, bio-plastics stand out, another environmentally friendly material.

The new notebook, which will be demonstrated this week at Japan Design 2008 in Milan, will be distributed exceptionally, taking into account that this type of equipment is not designed for mass production.

Even so, Fujitsu guarantees that it is working on the execution of equipment using environmentally friendly raw materials, such as the aforementioned bio-plastics.

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