Modbook is the Next Best Thing to the iPhone at MacWorld 2007
The Axiotron Mac OS X-based "ModBook" tabletcomputer apparently was an hot item and a crowd pleaser at the Macworld 2007.
Axiotron modifies Apple MacBooks and turns them into Apple Tablet computers.
Wacom Penabled hardware is apparently used for pen input
Axiotron uses Inkwellhandwriting recognition software for text input.A Modbook is starting at $2,199 and will be available through OWC. You can pre-order the modbook now.
Apple Insider has more details and several cool hi-res photos of the Modbook displayed at the Macworld 2007.
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Michelle Rodriguez Talks Relationships
Actress Michelle Rodriguez has been in the celebrity news this summer for her loud relationship with model Cara Delevingne followed by a fling with Zac Efron. Listen to her talk about relationships below.
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