The Apple tablet? do it Axiotron and OWC
THE'event should take place on January 9th. The ModBook – the announcement reads – will be an ultra-thin design computer, designed by a team of Axototron engineers and made available to the American public through a joint venture with the historic retailer Other World Computing on whose site a scream appears whole page.
According to the protagonists of the sensational joint venture, the computer will have the ability to recognize the writing directly on the screen using hardware provided by Wacom fully compatible with Apple's Inkwell technology: a technology directly implemented on Tiger, capable of returning a totally intuitive experience writing directly to the screen. This feature, together with the ultra-thin design should make the ModBook the ideal companion for mobile users, artists, professionals and even students (in America, at least).
The other feature of absolute importance is the optional implementation of the GPS – Global Positioning System – developed by Axiotron with the collaboration of GlobalSat Technologies Corporation. This feature would make the ModBook the only Mac solution of this kind.
The mission of Axiotron – Customizing Your World – together with the declared aim of becoming a leader in innovation in the hi-tech industry, particularly in the lifestyle products sector, could prelude to a truly remarkable event. Although there is not entirely clear the role of Apple and System X in the affair – probably none – we can assume that it is a niche product, initially intended for the American market (Edited by Fabio Bertoglio)