Time to put an ARM chipset in a laptop. If an ARM chipset can drive a phablet then why not also a laptop? Whats the difference? If any then the phablet has more pixels than the laptop.
Google didn't like ASUS doing this with their 2-in-1, we'll see what comes of this.
Samsung did this years ago (a Windows/Android hybrid) and it obviously wasn´t that successful, or they would produce this every two years.
Anonymous, 18 Jan 2016If it's all based only on the picture above, then it's fake. The photo depicts already announc... moreIf you are unfamiliar with gsmarena, sometimes the illustration usually never depicts the article. It is the 'blog' section for god sake. They can't leave it picture-less unless it is in the news section.
If it's all based only on the picture above, then it's fake. The photo depicts already announced 2-in-1, that is Toshiba dynaPad. You can see "Toshiba" logo on the stylus.
Excellent to develop new technology the customer needs and wants fullfill
LM19, 18 Jan 2016Why would anyone want to use android on laptop?I agree.We have a slatebook and it being android is really awkward not productive at all.Its just used mostly for games now.Just play store games and streaming nothing else cant do any actuall online work with the thing.
Awesome, I would like to see more dual boot devices that perform great in future, detachable laptop concept fits just right for that, versatile device capable of performing multiple tasks working on 2 main platforms nowadays, 1 of which is usually used at home or work or heavy game centric- Windows and 1 of which at the go or for light games and various consumption, now this would be great for those people that want to take advantage of both platforms yet not switching devices and to be capable of doing tasks, getting best from both platforms.
So if from factor and performance will be capable enough and do job well, then this should be a pretty good niche product for those type of people that appreciates all at one concept not only on platforms, but also via detachable tablet or laptop when keyboard is attached.