It's a clever bit of engineering, taking the guts of a MacBook and removing the lid, omitting the keyboard and trackpad, replacing the display with a Wacom-enabled LCD and digitizer, and adding a scratch-resistant magnesium shell to the top. But unlike convertible tablet PCs, it lacks even the most basic of tablet functions, aka a rotating screen orientation, so you're stuck in landscape mode.
February 12, 2010 1:48 PM PST
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| Caption by: Dan Ackerman
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