Apple iSlate Concept Is Exactly How This Thing Should Be

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Apple iSlate should be this simple. With an aluminum or white polycarbonate body, perhaps even rubberized, and no bezel whatsoever, with a very thin black frame. It really doesn't need anything else. Ogle its simple beauty in the gallery.


I like it. I would like the screen to reach the very edge of the device, but that's probably not possible with the current technology.

But where's the button, some may ask? I think that, for the iSlate, they can actually pass on the physical home button, since it doesn't make much sense in a 10-inch format. I mean, where do you place it? In the bottom center? Two home buttons on the sides? One? On one corner? What corner? Instinctively, I don't think it's needed. And they always implement a hard-to-reach physical reset button on the back.


Hopefully, we will have answers at the end of the month. [Thanks Rodolphe Desmare for the art]

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