Axon Logic Haptic Tablet Unveiled; Runs Mac OS X, Windows and Linux
By on August 13th, 2010

Axon Logic has unveiled the new Haptic, a 10.1 inch tablet which can run any Darwin based OS — which includes the Mac OS X and some open source OSes like OpenDarwin and PureDarwin. It can also run Windows and Linux and has some decent hardware specs.

Axon Logic Haptic Specifications

1.6 GHz Atom N270
10.1 inch LED backlit LCD display, 1024 x 600 pixels
Resistive touchscreen with stylus
2 GB RAM
320 GB HDD
1.3 MP webcam
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
3G CDMA SIM slot
Built in Speakers
3 USB slots, Mic, Ethernet, VGA ports, Card reader
3000 mAh removable battery
Bluetooth

Axon Logic Haptic Tablet
The specifications are very similar to the current breed of netbooks; except that the Haptic has a touchscreen display and no keyboard.

Also, the Axon Haptic is priced quite high, at about $800 which makes me doubt whether it will find many takers. I, myself, would rather buy the iPad, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab or the Notion Ink Adam, all of which are priced much lower.

Head over to the official webpage of Axon Logic for more details.  Also check out Crunchgear’s post for more details.

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