The Apple ‘Lightmac’ developed by industrial designer, Tomas Moyano, integrates the power of a desktop computer, the user experience of tablets and the progressing technology of projected touch screens, to create a conceptual product aimed for the market in 2025. The core i9 processor central component that has 16 GB of RAM and 24 hour battery life, takes care of the processing tasks and works in sync via Bluetooth 6.0, with the external modules and even a wireless keyboard. The peripheral parts which have a battery life of 12 hours, project the display and can be re-sized to offer a customizable interaction. (via DesignBoom)

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“Iconic”, is the name of a book project conceived to pay tribute to the design of different Apple products. The book has been designed by and for fans of the brand. (via Fubiz)

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Jack Tramiel, the man behind Commodore 64, has passed away 84 years old. For us who were teens in the 80´s Commodore 64 changed our lives. Still remember vividly the “Rambo: First Blood Part II” game…