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So the green revolution in IT has finally come to this – Fujitsu later this week will be releasing a laptop with a wooden case rather than the usual traditional plastic or metal casing.

 


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The laptop uses cedar wood for the case and also uses vegetable oil based bio-plastics for various parts.


The laptop, which is to be released this week in Japan, was designed by Monacca, a Japanese design team that specialises in wooden products, including furniture and bags made from wood and a desktop calculator in a round wooden case.

 
Fujitsu has also been pursuing the use of bio-plastics in its other laptops. In 2002 it began working on using corn to produce a bio-plastic and the result of that project can now be seen on Japanese computer store shelves in the form of the Biblo NX95 laptop, which  has a 30 per cent bio-plastic case.


So now it seems laptop users will not only have to worry about the online bugs- they may also need to take precautions against termites and wood borers as well.

 

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