You know that you must keep computers from getting too hot, right? Like, all the heatsinks in the new Dell XPSs and PowerMac G5s that keep ICs from melting off the circut boards and such. Well, what about if a computer gets too cold?
Say you were going on a scientific exploaration to the Antartic, and you wanted to take you PowerBook along with you: the temaptures can be around -40ºF, which is pretty chilly, and would most likely cause your hard drive to freeze, and you screen to shatter.
So what would you do to keep it warm? (Expecing that your in a tent on some ice shelf.) I mean, you cant really just put a coat on it; or wrap it in a blanket. Or can you? Does apple sell 'bookwarmers' for all the people in Greenland and the like? I doubt it.
I'm not going there any time soon, but I thought it was an interesting idea.