Sure, you need some kind of external monitor, but this could be called a desktop that you carry around like a notebook. It also reminds me of my ol’ Commodore 64, but it’s a tad more powerful. The Cybernet All-in-One PC looks like a thick keyboard, but it actually houses a full computer under the keys. You can cram an Intel Pentium IV along with up to 2 GB of RAM, 2.5-inch hard drive and an optical drive. There’s plenty of ports to keep you computing as well; if they could just mount a projector on the front, you wouldn’t even need a display; just boot up your ‘keyboard’ in front of a wall and get computing!