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It’s very likely that this is not the Apple Tablet interface, but in case it is, we’re surely pleased to see it. Imagine a combination between iPhone OS, Mac OS X and HTC TouchFLO 3D, with a little bit of something extra. The UI is very finger-friendly and proposes a new way of unlocking a tablet PC:

The user will manage the device with his thumbs, as he holds the tablet with his two hands. The unlock screen shows essential info, like the time, date, weather info, a calendar and an unique system of unlocking the tablet.

Afterwards, you get a glimpse of the product’s interface and know that there are two virtual sliders used for unlocking, one on the left and one on the right side, depending on which hand you use.

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We are not sure if Apple has a netbook simmering this year, but if it looks anything like the above concept, they can be sure they have a winner in the mini-notebook segment too.  The above concept was designed by Adam Benton for MacFormat and looks like an iPhone that’s had one too many meals and runs iPhone OS 3.0.

The entire Home directory will be stored on a Apple cloud server and frequently used files are cached locally.  For charging, the netbook can be docked and also connected to a variety of devices using its USB and FireWire ports.  Integrated 3G connectivity to keep in sync with the Apple servers and Bluetooth A2DP audio profile round out its wireless options, and for those reticent about using the virtual keyboard, a hardware keyboard can also be paired via Bluetooth.

Sounds nice, right?  Let us wait and see if Apple has something that matches this concept or ups the ante a bit more.

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