Nuts and Berries

Samsung have invented the first laptop in the world to run on nuts and berries. Made out of bark and with a touch sensitive screen developed from a specially grown species of Alpine moss, the Hedgerow 4000 is lightweight, economical and is compatible with most species of easily-foraged flora.

Originally scheduled to go on sale last year, a number of pre-release units had to be recalled when it emerged there was a problem with field mice. The rodents were burrowing through the soft casing and nesting on the motherboard.

Samsung say that they now have this problem all under control. They haven't gone into detail regarding their solution, but they have warned customers that if, while the machine is in use, they should hear a sudden loud 'snap' - similar to the noise of a powerful spring being triggered - they should not worry. This, they say, is part of the 'anti-mouse software' and is perfectly normal.

 

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