I am very amazed with how this wonderful design by Avery Holleman called the Napkin PC worked. It is a recyclable computer that consists of napkin modules, which serves as the display instead of those bulky CRT and LCD monitors. It also has a pen that serves as the mouse that is responsible of giving commands, and the ones that controls all the Napkin modules is the tissue-like thing called the base station. This recyclable PC is controlled by a centralized base station powered by a high-speed RF wireless connection. In this way, people can easily interact or collaborate with each other by communicating with a central network. This is truly amazing for me, because it is not only functional, but eco-friendly as well.