This followup to the touchscreen tablet, builds upon that creation and takes it to a whole new level. A USC student took apart his Wacom tablet and crammed the internals of a 800MHz PowerBook into it, complete with touchscreen functionality. Video after the jump.

The result, two days later, was a a fully functional PowerBook tablet, with a touch-sensitive section. From what we can tell, he also added in a feature so that you can draw words (such as “google”) and then use a gesture stroke to load that particular page

(Thanks, David P via engadget)

This followup to the touchscreen tablet, builds upon that creation and takes it to a whole new level. A USC student took apart his Wacom tablet and crammed the internals of a 800MHz PowerBook into it, complete with touchscreen functionality. Video after the jump.

The result, two days later, was a a fully functional PowerBook tablet, with a touch-sensitive section. From what we can tell, he also added in a feature so that you can draw words (such as “google”) and then use a gesture stroke to load that particular page

(Thanks, David P via engadget)