Other World Computer Prices for ModBook and Quickview

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Date: Monday, January 29th, 2007, 08:00
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According to an article on MacNN, Other World Computing has dropped the price of its ModBook tablet conversion by Axiotron as well as the price for its Maxtor Quickview 500 gigabyte SATA hard drive and its Mercury On-The-Go portable drives.
The ModBook, which was announced at Macworld Expo, will be available for $2,200 through February 1st and include a free GPS receiver, one year’s warranty through Other World Computing and free delivery in the United States.
The Quickview hard drive starts at $135 and sports a 7200 RPM drive with a 16 megabyte buffer and five year warranty while the Mercury On-The-Go portable drive prices are staggered according to capacity.
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itablet.jpg

According to an article on MacNN, Other World Computing has dropped the price of its ModBook tablet conversion by Axiotron as well as the price for its Maxtor Quickview 500 gigabyte SATA hard drive and its Mercury On-The-Go portable drives.
The ModBook, which was announced at Macworld Expo, will be available for $2,200 through February 1st and include a free GPS receiver, one year’s warranty through Other World Computing and free delivery in the United States.
The Quickview hard drive starts at $135 and sports a 7200 RPM drive with a 16 megabyte buffer and five year warranty while the Mercury On-The-Go portable drive prices are staggered according to capacity.
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One Response to “Other World Computer Prices for ModBook and Quickview”

  1. If this “tablet” were actually a convertible, like the Toshibas and other types where you can turn the screen around and go from laptop to tablet, it’d be worth buying. But no keyboard at all? Forget it.