The HoloTab is a type of personal computer constructed of transparent polymer composite with a graphene core. It is break-resistant up to 3000 megapascals and can project its data content onto any surface. Its sensors receive, process and send data streams at FTT ("Faster-Than-Thought") speeds, roughly 37 GHz, from anywhere in the planetary range. The HoloTab is also used for military strategic planning to send orders to and from any soldier stationed anywhere within planetary range, as well as to calculate FTL navigational coordinates on Heliades vessels. Scientists can scan and collect data with HoloTab's built-in Spectrawave function. For personal use, HoloTab allows citizens to program all household systems and appliances remotely while away from home. HoloTab can access the global knowledge center and display information in crystal clear holography.

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