Laptop manuals can be pretty boring. No, scratch that, manuals for any kind of electronics are boring — walls of text with information that techies would usually already know. It might even be safe to say that nobody really reads manuals anymore, unless something goes wrong and they don’t have access to the internet. But leave it to Japan, Toshiba to be exact, to make a laptop manual worth checking out!
Courtesy of RocketNews24, here we have shots of the manual for Toshiba’s dynabook line of laptops. If you’ve ever seen Japanese comics before, you’ll notice that the manual looks exactly like one.
If only more manuals looked like this. Maybe more people would actually bother to read them.