Asus showed us its newest U6 fashion laptop, trimmed with bamboo to give it an eco-friendly nature vibe. It works—the thing is exceptionally elegant, and you'll pay for that: the thing will ring up at around $2000. But what happened to the all-bamboo Asus EcoBook? Apparently, it's tough to pull off heat management. So way, really? Building laptops entirely out of wood is not a good idea? Whatever, we're actually pretty satisfied with this compromise. Have a look:
@Groggy Banana: See, there's this new thing called "tree farms". You might wish to look into it.
It'd be non-eco-friendly if, say, they were clear-cutting old-growth forests for laptop cases (and fortunately, nobody's doing that), but farming trees for industrial uses actually is helpful.
Remember, wood is a renewable resource, and biodegradable too.