Engadget informs us that Acer might be working on a frameless laptop with a touchscreen keyboard, something like the device pictured below. A rumour first made popular by DigiTimes, this piece of news also claims that the Acer device will give up the display frame and simply print colors directly on the back side of the screen’s reinforced glass substrate.

There’s also a touchscreen keyboard to be used on the device, that’s supposed to be incredibly thin for a traditional laptop. In case you’re wondering, the device above is the Frame Zero concept, created by Fujitsu and even ASUS is working on something similar, a dual display laptop prototype, while the OLPC has a new version planned with a similar approach.

[via Engadget]