The Steampunk movement hearkens back to the Victorian era when technology and innovation meant steam power, loads of metal, and lots of gears. And this funky laptop epitomizes that vision. It’s almost ironic, really, because we’ve seen a growing number of sports cars that feature push start buttons, whereas this laptop gets turned on by the turn of a physical key.
The selling feature on such a machine isn’t how many cores its processor has or how many gigabytes are found in its hard drive. The designer says that it’s all about bringing some modern technology to an age with a bit more elegance and creativity. One thing is for sure: this ain’t the same as a glossy white MacBook.