Summary: Although the Modbook is undoubtedly a cool concept, the reality for day-to-day use makes it a device aimed at a few narrow niche markets. This, we suspect, is why Apple hasn't come up with its own tablet, despite rumours for years that just such a device is around the corner. And clearly, handwriting technology still has a way to go before becoming truly useful.
Axiotron ModBook Review Part 2 – I’m sad to see it go…
27 February 2008
Conclusion: Also, there was a user that left a comment on the last review that wanted to know about Virtualization with Windows XP Tablet Edition, so I gave that ago to. Virtualization on this machine is amazing, sadly I read the specs for the machine from the press materials instead of actually checking them for my unboxing article and they were off, this machine isn’t the low end model I thought it was, it has the SuperDrive, the 2.2GHz processor, 120GB HDD and 4GB of RAM.