Micromax has just unveiled its new Canvas Laptab at CES 2014. It's part of a new trend of devices that's able to dual-boot both Android 4.2.2 and Windows 8.1, and seamlessly switch between them. It's part of Intel's new "dual OS platform" technology that allows you to run both OSs on a single device, and we already saw it in action on Asus's Transformer Book Duet.
The LapTab comes with a 1280 x 800 pixel 10.1" display, as well as a pair of 2MP cameras on the front and back. Inside is a 1.46GHz Intel Celeron processor, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage expandable via the microSD card slot. The hybrid is powered by a 7,400mAh battery, and comes with miniHDMI and USB 3.0, which is a nice surprise.
The tablet weighs in at 650g and is just under 10mm thick, which is about average for the class. The Celeron processor won't give you as good a kick as the Core i3, i5, or i7 powering most Windows notebooks, but it'll hopefully be priced competitively enough .
The LapTab comes with an optional snap-on wireless Bluetooth keyboard cover that's also detachable from the back panel.
Expect the Micromax Canvas LapTab to go on sale starting next month.