I got this in a trade from a friend. I didn't think it would work, but I was able to get it to boot up! It's running Mac OS System 7.6. It's a Macintosh clone tablet made by Assistive Technology. Basically it seems to be a PowerBook 5300 with a touch screen, no floppy drive, and some other ports. These ports look like they are audio jacks, but they seem to be a way to input buttons. Ports on the machine: -AC Power Port (Uses PowerBook 5300 AC adapter) -ADB Port -Serial Port -SCSI Port (PowerBook SCSI) -Video Out (PowerBook Video Out) -Audio Out -Audio In -Multiple switch/button input ports -Floppy Drive Port (The same used on the Duo Docks) -Built-in CD-ROM drive -Built-in stereo speakers (they sound great!) -Built-in Mirophone System Specs: Machine: PowerBook 5300 Series, Machine ID: 128 PowerPC 603e @ 100 Mhz 32 MB of Memory Installed The Mac OS seems modified to accept a touch screen. First thing you'll notice is the top menu bar is much larger. Also the Control Strip is on the right corner, this allows the On-Screen keyboard (when minimized) to sit on the lower left corner. Here's a YouTube video to show the on-screen keyboard. Also attached is a photo. I'll be taking more photos later. The only place I could find information about this was at Everymac.com - here's a link to their article. I'll add more photos upon request and if you have any questions I'll try to answer them.