Touch Book Netbook

touch-book-netbookThe Touch Book – a versatile new device that works as both a netbook and a tablet – was displayed by Always Innovating at DEMO 09 on March 2, 2009. Claim to fame of Always Innovating (very aptly named) claim to fame is using the latest developments in open source technologies worldwide to create innovative products that solve real problems for consumers.

This machine supports a a detachable keyboard and a 3D touchscreen user interface, weighs less than two pounds as a netbook and has a battery life of 10 to 15 hours — three times longer than most netbooks. It combines the best of open source software and open hardware with a sleek industrial design. Some more features include internal USB plugs, an ARM processor from Texas Instruments, as well as the ability for you to stick it onto a fridge (it is magnetic), allowing it to function as a digital photo frame or a computer for mom to use while she searches for recipes online.

“The Touch Book is perfect for these tough economic times because you can use it in so many ways. You can use it as a netbook computer, a hand-held game device, or a video player. You can even reverse the keyboard to prop it up on a table in an inverted ‘V’. Finally, because it is magnetic, you can remove the keyboard and put the tablet on the fridge to serve as a kitchen computer or digital frame,” says said Gregoire Gentil, the founder of Always Innovating and creator of the Touch Book.

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