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PostPosted: Tue Dec 19, 2006 3:34 am    Post subject: Future ! iMac concept and iTV box and more... Reply with quote

Normaly I add very old infos about old computers here,
today the new ones also get a topic.
Have a look to this concept, "wouldn¥t it be great ?"


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The creator Honored Adam Benton / MacFormat

MacFormat magazine (http://www.macformat.co.uk/) commissioned me to conceptualise a future iMac to accompany a related article. I based the design on current Apple design trends, as well as the previous iMac incarnation (which is my favourite).

The iMac features a 30" utra-thin LCD screen, which is totally transparent when the iMac is not in use. The screen can also be set to various levels of translucency, and can fade during sleep modes etc. The keyboard is also totally tramsparent, low profile and a curved ergonomic design, with light sensitive illuminated keys.
Everything is of course, wireless.

:) Cheers

© Adam Benton / MacFormat


OK - Steve, go ahead !

Adam Benton also created a visulisation of the now announced iTV:

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A recent commission for Mac Format magazine. Apple announced a new device recently, codenamed iTV, which will enable streaming of information from your computer to your TV - there were only a few poor photos and frame grabs of the prototype units avialable, so I was aked to create some high re visualisations.

Cheers :)
Adam


Apple CEO Steve Jobs presents Apple's forthcoming (Q1 2007) set-top box for connecting you Mac or PC running iTunes to your TV and/or entertainment system. See the presentation Freak http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTbdI2JYDEo&eurl=

More graphics of the Artist:
http://www.renderosity.com/mod/gallery/browse.php?user_id=9880
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 13, 2007 9:28 pm    Post subject: ModBook - the first Mac tablet computer solution Reply with quote



Axiotronô unveiling the ModBookô, the first ever Mac OSÆ X tablet computer solution.
Manufactur: http://www.axiotron.com/

January 10, 2007

MacWorld San Francisco, CA - Following Steve Jobsí announcement of the AppleTV and iPhone from the Macworld Conference and Expo in San Francisco January 9, Other World Computing and strategic-partner Axiotronô drew a record-setting crowd at the OWC booth for the public unveiling of the ModBookô, the first ever Mac OSÆ X tablet computer solution.

ìMacworld is known for being the stage for the very best Mac technology advances. Other World Computing is excited by the response to our Axiotron ModBook announcement and unveiling at the show,î said Larry OíConnor, CEO of Other World Computing. ìThe long awaited Tablet Mac solution is here ñ and exclusively from Other World Computing.î

The Axiotron ModBook is an after-market hardware modification solution of the AppleÆ MacBookô notebook computer, adding true pen input, a new 13.3" wide screen LCD and an optional Global Positioning System in a tough, satin-finish, chrome-plated magnesium top shell, while keeping all the powerful features of the MacBook base system. With the award winning Mac OSô X and its built-in Inkwell handwriting recognition, up to 2GHz fast Intel Core 2 Duo processors, the integrated iSightô camera and the CD/DVD combo drive, the slate-style Axiotron ModBook is the ultimate companion for applications and situations where a keyboard only gets in the way.

The public unveiling of the ModBook drew a crowd of hundreds completely encircling the Other World Computing display booth. It is believed to be the largest Macworld exhibitor draw for a non Apple, Inc. announcement.

The Axiotron ModBook is immediately available for pre-orders in the US and Canada through an exclusive strategic-partnership arrangement between Axiotron and Other World Computing ñ all through www.macsales.com/modbook.
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