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Introducing the touch-controlled Mac OS X tablet…

Move over iPad, here’s the touch-controlled tablet Mac from Axon Logic. A 1.6GHz 10-inch two-pound slice of special slate for Mac users, though it would be more accurate to describe this as a ‘Hackintosh’.

See, what Axon Logic have done is release the new tablet PC complete with a hidden EFI partition — which as Mac hackintosh heads know is a secret sauce they need for a relatively simple OS X install. Or any other Darwin-based OS.

According to Axon Logic:

Besides using only quality components, they are specifically chosen to be compatible with Darwin. That gives you the freedom to run, in addition to Windows and Linux, any* Darwin OS. Darwin and all of its required components such as the mach_kernel and kexts are on an EFI partition to make it effortless to install your favorite XNU/Darwin OS. Just pop in the disk, and follow the directions.

While the manufacturers are warning on licensing restrictions on the $750 tablet, which runs Linux and will also run Windows.

More stats:

  • Processor: 1.6GHz Atom N270
  • Memory: 2GB
  • Screen Size: 10-inch, 1,024-x-600 resolution
  • Hard drive: 320GB
  • 1.3 megapixel webcam
  • Removable battery
  • Built in WiFi
  • Speaker
  • 3 USB ports, headphone, mic, Bluetooth, Ethernet, VGA and card reader.

Via: Crunchgear

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