Top 12 weirdest notebooks

Because 10 just wasn't enough, we look at 12 of the strangest and most outlandish notebooks

4. Million Dollar Laptop


If you thought the last computer was expensive, just close your gaping mouth for a moment and bear with us. This million dollar piece of work -- yes, you read us right -- is such an exclusive design that the only way to have a proper look at it is by getting an invite from the CEO of Luvaglio to check it out on the company’s Web site, where you need a password to enter before having the chance to place a bid on it. It has integrated screen cleaning and a power button created from a “very rare diamond” -- without which the laptop cannot function.
See more at PocketBurgers.

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