This futuristic device features a Windows 8 touchscreen on the outside and a full-fledged Windows operating on the inside. Turn the laptop so the tablet side faces you and you've got a Windows 8 tablet with a handy stand. Turn it so the laptop faces you and you've got a full-fledged ultrabook running Windows 8. There's even a mirroring function, allowing you to share what you're seeing on your laptop with the rest of the world via the outer-facing tablet. Close the laptop, and you've got a handy portable tablet: no detaching or twisting of screens necessary.
The gadget is available in either dual 11.6-inch or 13.3-inch displays, and both screens include built-in cameras, full 1920x1080 displays, Intel Ivy Bridge Core i7 processor and 4GB RAM. The laptop is promised to be as light and then as the 2.86 pound, 0.71-inch ASUS Zenbook.
Windows is out to steal whatever paltry marketshare Android has attained in the tablet scene and, with innovative devices like this, I have no doubt they will represent a huge threat in the coming future. Android will have to work hard to be able to compete with a device that switches so effortlessly in a way only Windows 8 can. Be afraid, Android. Be very, very afraid.