Designer Tommaso Gecchelin has come up with this stylish and, quite literally, flexible solution to down size Apple’s famed MacBook. This is what happens when an iPod touch meets a MacBook . Introducing the MacBook Touch.
Gecchelin terms the technology used to create the new MacBook ‘iSpine’ and likens it to a human spine.
"iSpine is a cheap, simple, resistant technology made just of hexagonal and trapezoidal rigid little plastic extrusions," says Gecchelin.
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