E-Lead’s Noahpad has apparently made the jump from vaporware into… ware? One lucky customer in Hong Kong apparently managed to pick up a retail version of the 7-inch laptop with the strangest keyboard ever designed and couldn’t wait to unbox it. So he did a photo shoot on the roof of his car.

Since one of E-Lead’s suggested uses for the Noahpad is to mount the computer in a car and use it as a GPS device or media player, the location of this unboxing actually makes a little bit of sense. And if you scroll through the extensive photo collection, you can even find a few shots of the computer dangling from a windshield mount.

[via Engadget]

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One reply on “Noahpad gets unboxed, mounted to a car”

  1. One lucky customer in Hong Kong apparently managed to pick up a retail version of the 7-inch laptop with the strangest keyboard ever designed and couldn’t wait to unbox it. So he did a photo shoot on the roof of his car.

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