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Always Innovating creates innovative products and concepts.
In March 2009, Always Innovating introduced the first netbook with a detachable keyboard to be transformed into a tablet. It featured a touchscreen with a 3D user interface, internal USB slots, and 10-15 hours of battery life.
In September 2010, Always Innovating introduces the Smart Book which is the evolution of the Touch Book and provides similar features with better performance. Additionally, the Smart Book is the first device to feature an extractable MID (Mobile Internet Device) out of the tablet.
Always Innovating products also offer the ability to switch between multiple Linux OS at run-time without reboot and without any performance loss.
Always Innovating is a perfect all-in-one device, that works as a VoIP videophone, a multi-touch tablet, with an optional keyboard, thanks to an ingenious design. The Smart Book, previewed at DEMO’10, weighs three pounds, provides an outstanding battery life thanks to its three batteries, and can run multiple OS such as Ubuntu, ChromeOS or Android, side-by-side, without any performance loss.
Like the Touch Book, the Smart Book features an ARM processor from Texas Instruments, resulting in outstanding battery life, and a fan less, heat-and-noise-free system. It embeds an innovative power management system, allowing energy to be transferred from one battery to another. Moreover, the Smart Book comes with multiple and powerful OS, being able to run side-by-side, at the same time: by simply pressing the AI button on your Smart Book, switch instantly between Ubuntu, Android, and Chrome environment.
Until now, all netbooks were engineered the same way: Power-hungry Intel Atom, ugly case, and outdated 90’s OS. The goal of the Touch Book is to achieve a breakthrough in both architecture and design. The result is a device that works as both a netbook and a standalone tablet thanks to a detachable keyboard and a 3D touchscreen user interface.
The Touch Book uses an innovative ARM processor from Texas Instruments that delivers the power of a traditional desktop computer but uses a fraction of the energy.
Like a cellphone, it is always-on, so there is no need to reboot each time. And without noisy fans and disk drives, it’s completely silent, so it won’t intrude on your inner space.
Touch Book overview