Why do some people prefer their laptops to look like a light bar?

The light bar concept is becoming popular as more people look to save money and keep their gadgets in the dark.

The concept, known as light bar, has a strong appeal in Asia, where a light-filled desk is often considered more comfortable and convenient than a dark and cramped space.

Its popularity in Asia has prompted several brands to offer light bar laptops in their laptops, and many users are opting for it.

In the US, Acer launched a lightbar laptop in November 2016, but the company said it would discontinue it in 2017.

Samsung has also made a push into the light bar market with its own Lightbar line of laptop.

However, Microsoft’s new Surface Pro 11 laptop, released earlier this year, has its own light bar that it uses to dim down the screen and reduce glare.

And now, a brand called Omen has launched a laptop that uses the same concept but also has a bright bar.

Omen launched the Omen Bamboo Light Bar laptop, which is priced at $999.99.

It comes in three colors: bright blue, red, and black.

Omen’s design has been inspired by the natural beauty of the sea, the bamboo floor, and the sea grasses that are spread throughout the ocean.

It comes in a wide range of colors and patterns, including black, white, silver, and white gold.

The Omen Light Bar has a curved, 12.5-inch display with a 1,280 x 800 resolution.

It is powered by a Intel Core i5-7200U processor with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.

It features an Intel HD Graphics 620 with a 2,880 x 1,800 resolution, a 256GB SSD and a 13.3-inch, 1080p display.

The laptop also comes with a fingerprint sensor, but it does not have a fingerprint reader.

Omen also includes a Bluetooth 5.0 chip for wireless communication.

The Microsoft Surface Pro line of laptops offers a number of premium features that are designed to be more user-friendly and comfortable than a regular laptop.

For example, the Surface Pro 13 includes a stylus and keyboard for pen-based input, a built-in stylus pen, a trackpad with touch feedback, and a keyboard and trackpad.

The Surface Pro 15 comes with an optional keyboard, and Microsoft has also included an option to add a stylum pen.

Microsoft’s Surface Pro 14 and Surface Pro 16 include a styluses and keyboard, but there is no stylus input.

Omenta’s Lightbar laptops also include a USB-C port and a microSD card slot for expandable storage.

The company is offering the Lightbar to anyone who is willing to pay the $999 premium price, but customers can purchase the Omenta Omen Omen 12.7-inch laptop for $799.99 starting in January 2018.

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