In the previous post, we started on with a list of the hotest laptop-tablet hybrids out there. This devices allow you to comfortably switch from a laptop-featured hardware (keyboard, mousepad) to tablet amenities (touchpad, more portability).
Let's continue with this interesting list, mentioning the following four hotest hybrids in stores.
Hewlett-Packard's Envy X2 tablet-laptop hybrid device is made for Windows 8. It resembles a netbook, with its keyboard base and an 11.6-inch touch display. But the device turns into a tablet once the screen is detached from the base. The tablet is 8.5 millimeters thick and 680 grams, and the display shows images at a 1,366-by-768-pixel resolution. The system runs on Intel's low-power Atom processor code-named Clover Trail, and it will be sold with the keyboard base and 64GB of solid-state storage. The device offers more than eight hours of battery life in laptop mode, and it has NFC capabilities, a high-definition webcam on the front, and an 8.0-megapixel camera on the back. An optional stylus is available.
MSI Slider S20
MSI earlier this year revealed its 11.6-inch Ultrabook MSI Slider S20, a laptop packing the new-generation Intel Chief River CULV platform processor, Windows 8, and a complete array of peripherals and I/O ports, including USB 3.0, Bluetooth 4.0, and HDMI. The system can be collapsed into a tablet with a 10-point multitouch screen. The MSI Slider S20 weighs in at just under 3 pounds and is less than 2 centimeters thick.
Samsung Series 5 and 7 Slate PCs
Samsung's latest foray in the world of hybrid computers ishttp://www.infoworld.com/t/laptops/new-samsung-slates-you-can-have-your-tablet-and-your-laptop-too-201271its new Series 5 and Series 7 Slate PCs. Built for Windows 8, these machines are composed of a touchscreen tablet that connects to a hinged keyboard base, effectively transforming the device into a laptop on the fly. The systems weigh in at less than two pounds, and the keyboard dock attaches with a mechanical hinge so that users can pick up the device with one hand without fear of the pieces separating. They also come equipped with theSamsung S Pen, a stylus for sketching, doodling, and writing that features handwriting-to-text conversion.
Sony VAIO Duo 11
Sony VAIO Duo 11 comes equipped with Sony's Surf Slider design, which lets users slide out the keyboard when they need to type. According to Sony, the system comes equipped with a full complement of ports and interfaces, including Bluetooth Smart Ready, USB 3.0, HDMI, Ethernet and VGA video ports. The 11.6-inch display is full HD (1,920 by 1,080) with a 16:9 aspect ratio. The system includes a stylus for sketching or writing and has handwriting-recognition capabilities. Under the hood, it runs the Intel Core i7, i5, or i3.
Interesting, isn't it? The best thing of these amazing devices is that you can get the best of a laptop which is postable itself and the even-easier-to-take features of a tablet, including apps and programs running on both. Let's be prepared for the next announcements on this subject, shall be getting even more interesting, don't you think?