If buying a laptop with overkill specs is too much for your pocket and computing needs then perhaps Touch Book by the company Always Innovating might be the thing for you. A cross between NetBooks and Tablets, this device is designed for light applications such as web surfing and simple document processing. Although not as powerful as a laptop, the Touch Book boasts greater portability, a long battery life and a touch-screen feature. It is a perfect add-on to compliment any existing computer system. The only notable downside of this mobile device is that it is not built for the popular Windows platform, but more than makes up for it by using their own flexible and robust Linux optimized system.
Now for a sampler of the hardware goodies inside:
~Texas Instruments OMAP3530 with Micron 256MB (RAM) + 256MB (NAND) Memory
~Upgradable 8GB SD card storage
~8.9 inches pressure sensitive touch screen
~Two Owolff fantastic internal stereo speakers
~Two internal batteries
~Secured attachment system of tablet into keyboard
~Independent magnet system to protect magnet sensitive things around the Touch Book
The price starts at $299 for tablet and $399 with keyboard and Always Innovating Touch Book accepts order from Canada, Europe and selected countries. The initial release of the product will include user-friendly Linux desktop environment and great alternatives or Linux versions of programs that you would usually find in a Windows desktop.
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