Magnetic Linux Touch Book Is Obscene In Its Awesomeness

If you’re looking for a a new gadget to drool over go no further – we’ve found it for you. The new Touch Book is the living embodiment of its manufacturer’s namesake, Always Innovating.The netbook, as demonstrated by CEO Gregoire Gentil, has a detachable keyboard so you can use the screen’s magnetic mount to put it on the refrigerator. Imagine this greeting you when you fumble for your Wheaties in the morning:Yes, it’s that awesome. The netbook comes together like a Megazord for the use of its Linux OS for ordinary functions, and detaches for uses with the magnet. It rocks an ARM CPU, and interesting change of pace from the altogether overdone Intel Atom.And that’s not all. The best part is this machine manages 10-15 hours of battery life and is available for preorder right now. You can get it for $399 as is, or for $299 sans keyboard.Via CNet.

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