One of the latest laptops set to be released on the market is an item to be awed. Always Innovating, a Menlo Park company, has created a laptop notebook, the Touch Book, that features a detachable keyboard(the first of it’s kind), a touch screen with 3D user interface, internal USB slots, and an extra long lasting battery life.
Not only can the screen be controlled with touch and opened at a 180 degree angle, but it can also be fully detached. With this feature you can place it on your fridge (thanks to the magnetic strip found on the back), use it in tight quarters, use it on your lap, or pretty much use it anywhere else you can think of.
While the cutting edge screen is an incredible asset to the new Touch Book, the battery is right there with it as it is said to last 12-15 hours off of a single charge. This is possible because of the ARM processor that the Touch Book contains which gives it the advantage of not needing a fan, therefore allowing the battery last longer. Because we’re constantly trying to save battery life and conserve energy, this long lasting battery will be a key element to the Touch Book.
The Touch Book is currently being listed at just $399, $299 without the keyboard. This is the same price range as your average notebook. Always Innovating has slated a release date as sometime between May and June of 2009, with supplies rumored to be very limited.
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