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If you can’t get enough of looking at your iPhone maybe you want a tabletop computer that looks like a white iPhone 4, pivots through 90 degrees and can dual boot Mac OS X and Windows 7. Maybe you want an iTableous.

ITab 001 L

Some tech specs:

  • 102cm (40“) Toshiba LED-LCD
  • 500 GB HDD (2.5“ – 7200 RPM)
  • 4 GB DDR2 800 RAM
  • Mac OSX 10.6.7 (Hackint0sh) and Win 7 Pro – Dual boot with Chameleon
  • Three axis accelerometer
  • 1x Line-In port (bottom)
  • 1x USB 2.0 (bottom)
  • CD / DVD-RW Slot-In (SuperDrive)
  • Two additional HDMI – ports in the basement to connect PS3 and compatible devices
  • Antenna cable for DVB-T reception

Some of the case buttons mimic their use on the iPhone. Such as, the top power will turn the computer on and off and one of the volume buttons will adjust the speaker volume. He has also put a 30-pin dock connector under the home button for easy sync.

What I want to know is where the case came from. I’m not sure if he made it or foraged it from an Apple Store.

One of the goals of the project was to “create awesomeness” – do you think he achieved that? Would you consider getting one? 14 months after the iPhone 4 release, I’m curious to know if he will make a newer one for our illusive iPhone 5.

[iTableous Project] via [Engadget]

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  • Anonymous

    the top pic is Ps3 though

  • Anonymous

    the top pic is Ps3 though

  • Anonymous

    the top pic is Ps3 though

  • ThatGuy

    Only if it comes in multi touch, like those table computers on CSI Miami.

  • ThatGuy

    Only if it comes in multi touch, like those table computers on CSI Miami.

  • ThatGuy

    Only if it comes in multi touch, like those table computers on CSI Miami.

  • AccordXTC

    Awesome idea, now if only he can perfect his camera skills….

  • Yeah, there are a few HDMI inputs that allow for external sources. 

  • Yeah, there are a few HDMI inputs that allow for external sources. 

  • Yeah, there are a few HDMI inputs that allow for external sources. 

  • Yeah, there are a few HDMI inputs that allow for external sources. 

  • AnonymousDude

    And his breathing.  Geez.

  • AnonymousDude

    And his breathing.  Geez.

  • AnonymousDude

    And his breathing.  Geez.

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