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Axiotron Modbook Pro

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Axiotron Modbook Pro

Axiotron Modbook Pro
Developer Axiotron, Inc.
Type Tablet Computer
Introductory price USD$ 4,698
CPU Intel Core 2 Duo, 2.53GHz
Website Axiotron Modbook Pro

The Modbook Pro is a tablet computer from Axiotron that was due to be sold the 1st quarter of 2011. The Modbook is based on the MacBook Pro 15 inch laptop. The Modbook Pro is very similar to its sibling, the Modbook. The Modbook Pro will have all the features of the Modbook with the addition of the following; 15 inch screen, Axiotron SynergyTouch, Force Glass, better processor, more memory, custom flush-bezel, and an SD Card slot. The Modbook Pro also features Ethernet, FireWire 800, USB 3.0, Mini DisplayPort, digital audio, and Bluetooth 4.0.

Axiotron is no longer in business. The Modbook Pro is now being made by some of the same people at a new company, called Modbook Inc. [1]

See also


  • Official Website
  • Engadget interview with Modbook Inc. Founder Andreas Haas

External links

  • Axiotron Home
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