The E Fun Nextbook will feature a quad-core Intel Atom processor and include a detachable keyboard when it becomes available in time for the holiday shopping season.
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The hybrid notebook sports a 360-degree hinge to allow users to fold the display into tablet mode.
In just a few years, Micromax has grabbed the second largest market share in smartphones in India, and is poised to enter Russia in a big way. Its latest gambit for world supremacy: The LapTab.
This excellent Windows 8 tablet/ultrabook hybrid has a well-designed keyboard docking mechanism, typically solid build quality and a specification well suited to mainstream business use. It has a hefty price tag, though, and the lack of SD-based storage expansion is perplexing.
The latest hybrid device from the company runs on an Intel Atom processor and includes 64GB of storage capacity.
The swivel-screen XPS 12 offers clever design, solid build quality and a high-quality (if reflective) screen. Battery life is not great, though, and this system is severely lacking in connectivity — even by ultrabook standards.
This time around, the rumored 11.6-inch laptop/tablet hybrid hits the FCC with AT&T LTE capabilities built in.
An ultrabook that can convert to a tablet when the occasion demands, the ThinkPad Twist has a lot going for it. The build quality is very good, and there are enough business-friendly features to make it acceptable as a BYOD system. Battery life may be an issue though.
HP has announced a new convertible device that can be used as a tablet or ultrabook, and is hoping the hybrid will appeal to business and government buyers looking to upgrade their fleets of devices.
You can grab a 7-inch IdeaPad A1 tablet for just $149 and a IdeaPad Yoga 11 convertible Windows RT portable for $649.
Sales include a Lenovo 7-inch Android tablet for $149.99, a 20-inch HP all-in-one desktop for $369.99, and a Lenovo Windows 8 convertible Ultrabook for $699.99.
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CIOs seem to be more interested in Windows 8 tablets, even while showing little interest in it on desktop and conventional notebook PCs.
Panasonic is warming up Windows 8 Pro for road warriors with introduction of a new semi-convertible rugged tablet PC.
In addition to the new hybrid portable, the computer giant is adding touch features to a pair of existing all-in-one desktop PCs to take advantage of the latest OS.
The folks already bringing the ThinkPad Tablet 2 to market will have the flexible Yoga in two sizes, a tablet/laptop dock (Lynx), and an old-school convertible (Twist) available this month.
The rugged convertible tablet PC gets a new Intel CPU, expanded storage and an ambient light sensor -- all good news for the military, law enforcement and field technicians that buy them.
The multi-faceted focus of Windows 8 is already resulting in a variety of form factors getting ready for market. In an effort to make sense of these devices, this terminology guide should help.
Convertible devices will face a number of challenges, including compromises associated with convergence devices and price.
The PC industry is marketing ultrabook/tablet hybrids. The problem: "No compromise computing" has often meant compromises.
The Latitude 10 is a traditional 10-inch slate, while the XPS 12 is a 12.5-inch convertible tablet.
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