The Axon Logic Haptic Tablet was a first put on show in the spring of this year, but until now, there has been little information in circulation, there have been plenty of rumours about the Hackintosh device that is going to take on the iPad, but is the even possible?
Well according to the brief it would seem so, the Axon Haptic works around the Darwin OS most versions as well as the Apple OS X, although nobody is going to do that because it would be going against the user agreement.
There is one factor against this device and that is the weight, it said to be around two pounds, now that’s heavy for tablet isn’t it?
These are the specs and features for the Axon Logic Haptic:
1.6GHz Atom N270 (other trims will be available)
10″ 1024×600 LED-backlit LCD
Resistive touch screen w/ built-in stylus
Two 200-pin SO-DIMM slots (2GB standard)
2.5″ HDD bay (320GB standard)
3G SIM slot (AT&T or Verizon)
3x USB, Headphone, mic, ethernet, VGA ports, card reader
On-screen keyboard and handwriting recognition
Removable battery (3000mAh, ~3hrs)
0.9kg (just under 2lb)
Priced at around $800