The iPad is undoubtedly the ultimate piece of “now” technology. So what happens when you take the crème de la crème of Apple touch technology and merge it with old school Apple tech.
For instance, the Macintosh Classic. Released in 1990, the Mac Classic was the first Macintosh to sell for less than $1000. It had a 9-inch monochrome CRT display with a 512×342 pixel resolution, 8 MHz processor, 40 MB hard drive, and 2 MB of RAM. Two decades later, we have the iPad and its 9.7 inch LED display with a 1024-by-768-pixel resolution, 1 GHz Apple A4 processor, and 64 GB flash drive.
What do you get when you merge the two? Leave it to the Japanese to show us.
Via Site Hirac.