It's only running Windows 7 at the moment, but marry this to Windows 8, and would you even need a tablet?
With so much of the hype right now centred around a certain well-known-fruit-themed company, there's not been as much attention paid to the German CEBIT show that's running right now. NetbookNews checks out the reference design for Intel's Ultrabooks with touchscreens, and while it's early days — a reference design and Windows 7 does not a killer touchscreen product make — it does make me wonder. Would you trade the power-savings of ARM for the processing power of an x86-based Windows 8 tablet or ultrabook? I could be tempted, if the price was right. [Netbooknews]