Intel has revealed an Ultrabook that morphs into a tablet, all in one PC and an Ultrabook.Revealed during the IDF 2012 show in Beijing, the hybrid Ultrabook prototype codenamed Letexo was shown running Windows 8
Intel presenters said that the screen is designed to sit flush against the keyboard when in tablet mode so that the device becomes one streamlined unit instead of a bulky “sandwich.”
The screen can also be pushed forward and propped up with a built-in stand, blocking access to the keyboard and serving as a small touch-based AIO PC.
It’s similar to the Asus Eee Pad Slider, but the big difference is that Letexo has a full-size keyboard and a screen that actually sits at the very back of the chassis when in Ultrabook mode, not half-way up the chassis like the Eee Pad Slider.
Based on Intel’s Ivy Bridge Ultrabook platform the device has an HDMI port and two USB ports.