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Reviews and Problems with Axiotron ModBook

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Axiotron Modbook review

22 May 2008
  • Summary: Axiotron's Modbook is a really cool portable computer that we would probably never buy.
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Overall 8

Review: Axiotron Modbook Tablet PC

25 March 2008
  • Excerpt: One look at Axiotron’s slate Modbook tablet and it’s clear the company has given Apple’s 13-inch entry-level laptop the full Steve Austin treatment. Well, minus the 20:1 bionic eye with infrared capabilities.
  • Pros: Built-in GPS. Badass handwriting recognition software accurately renders chicken scratch into coherent words. Durable screen and shell makes porting this pricey device a relatively worry-free ordeal.
  • Cons: Did we mention this is a pricey (,290) device? Stylus pen occasionally loses connectivity or freezes and requires reset. Heavy; weighs as much as a 15-inch Macbook Pro (5.5 lbs).
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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...
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