Japanese netbook looks like a teddy bear

Rilakumma is a Japanese cartoon character, a cute yellow bear who likes to relax and eat mochi and donuts. Now, his face is plastered on the back of a new limited edition netbook made by toy company Bandai Namco. It's about $800, and has 1 gig of memory, an Atom processor, and Windows XP. [Product page via TokyoMango]

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6 Responses to Japanese netbook looks like a teddy bear

  1. haineux says:

    Pedobear? Is that you?

  2. phisrow says:

    So $300 for the hardware and $500 for the bear face?

  3. mattzog says:


  4. Rob Beschizza says:

    Yeah. If only there were a netbook factory in Mexico, we could get crazy local random netbooks too.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I see what you did there.

  6. dculberson says:

    Tiddy bear?

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