This year’s CES is underway in Las Vegas, and the focus isn’t just what’s hot and what’s on the verge of making it big, but also the energy efficiency and eco-friendliness of the featured products. One such product that made a splash is Fujitsu‘s corn-based laptop. Well, not the laptop itself, but the plastic casing is derived from corn-based polymer, and the company is also experimenting with castor oil-based polymer, too. Paging the rest of the world’s major computer manufacturers! Don’t throw all your efforts into releasing new products practically every quarter–give the world green computers!