Axon Logic Haptic Runs on Windows, Linux, and Apple OS (but don't tell them that)

Axon Logic Haptic Runs on Windows, Linux, and Apple OS (but don't tell them that)
August 15 02:50 2010 Print This Article

A brand new tablet called Axon Logic Haptic will be available for pre-order within the week. What makes it deserving of your attention? It is because it is compatible with any Darwin OS, including several UNIX distributions like PureDarwin and even Apple OS X. Although installing the OS X on any device other than an Apple hardware is a breach of license agreement, the manufacturer discourages users from doing so, but they are not responsible on how you use the open-source software provided. Besides, it also runs on Windows and Linux.

Hardware features include a 1.6GHz Atom N270, 10-inch LED-backlit LCD with 1024×600 resolution, resistive touchscreen with built-in stylus, a 2.5-inch HDD bay, WiFi, 3G SIM slot for AT&T or Verizon, and even removable battery. All of the hardware are even user-replaceable.

The Axon Haptic is now available for pre-order on its official website, costing US$750.

Source: CrunchGear

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