MacDiary Concept

Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by leez, Mar 15, 2009.

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    leez

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    What do you think guys ? Made by me, after the "10'' touch screen rumour". Would like to see something like that coming out soon (mix of iPhone & MB Air).
     

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    geekindisguise

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    That is so cool, I would definitely buy it! Does it come with a stylus of some sort. Because I can't write in a Journal or Notes with my index finger. It better have long battery life too! ;)
     
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    ayeying

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    can it flip into a tablet? that would be a great bonus.
     
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    kymac

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    sexy! but the name is kinda femine.. might throw off some buyers!
     
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    read my mind

    Dudes don't use diaries.
     
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    Haha! Yup, we us JOURNALS!!!! ;):p haha, just playin.
     
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    kinda reminds me of the Vaio P. Still cool nontheless!
     
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    leez

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    No stylus, but could have some sort of pencil for designers, so you could use it as a tablet. I was thinking about detached keyboard as well, maybe a touchpad sliding out of the bottom part of it. Battery life - as long as possible (5-10h) :D.

    Could be MacJournal tho :).

    BTW. Something like 10 years ago, Casio and others did something like this (see attached image). People was actually using this. I know, that you have mobile phones right now, that can do similar things, but who knows, maybe Apple would see some market in it.
     

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    cherry su

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    What? Like this?

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    cosmokanga2

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    Lenova Pocket Yoga
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    Unfortunately it was only a test and they won't be coming out with one.
     
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    dmmcintyre3

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    I would add a thinkpad style mouse to it. That has no mouse!
     
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    liquidtrend

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    would be amazing if the top half slid on some kind of hinge which let the screen rest open ontop of the keyboard...but i believe that wouldnt ever happen with apple...too many moving parts...too much clutter from their design standards.

    and yeah...men dont use diaries...but what would we call it?

    introducing the mac man info book?
     
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    Bubbasteve

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    Love the concept but hate the name

    sounds like a McDonald's sandwich :)
     
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    I am lovin' it though :p

    certainly looks very cool! i'd add that to my list of "Things I want" if it ever came out
     
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    Benguitar

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    Rename it "PocketMac" and you're golden.

    MacDiary sounds WAY too girly. ;)
     

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