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September 9, 2008



Can your laptop case do that?


Didn't think so.


Created by Icelandic designer Hafsteinn Júlíusson, who wrote, "The Napbook is a laptop case which also happens to be a comfortable cushion. It is designed for students and commercial people of 105 Reykjavík. Whether it be a class at LHÍ, a lengthy business meeting in Borgartún or just the odd journey home, the NapBook should come in handy for the restless. It is sewn by a 105 Reykjavík local sewing room and it is available at the Apple store around the corner."


Any joehead who happens to be in Reykjavík and wants to make my day can do so by picking up the green iteration for moi.

[via baekdal.com and Milena, who commented, "Great idea but these look too girly (perhaps it is the contrasting center button). I don't see a guy using these at all, no matter that the models in these pictures are male...."]

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The main thing I noticed was the guy in the gold shirt. Very beautiful.

Posted by: | Sep 11, 2008 11:13:12 AM

Doesn't that button in the middle leave a big mark on your sleepy face?

Posted by: Linda | Sep 10, 2008 10:21:53 PM

There was the little tiny pillow ring and this thing here ("for the restless"? -- seems to me like it's more for the restFUL, isn't it?). A whole lotta sleeping going on... Oh, I see -- it was designed for students. Well, they do all their sleeping in the classroom anyway, so it makes sense.

Why stop here, I say? Settling for half-measures. Why not carry around a big old goose down pillow (velcroed to your shirt. or something, till needed)? And some wood for a campfire, and marshmallows for toasting, and maybe a harmonica...

Posted by: Flautist | Sep 9, 2008 11:26:51 AM

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