A new reference design notebook/tablet has been spotted at Computex 2011 this week in the form of Intel’s ultrathin Keely Lake concept. The proof-of-concept Intel Keeley Lake convertible device is remarkably thin and incorporates a 12.1 inch screen together with a Cedar Trail processors.
The team over at Engadget have provided a quick video which shows how the screen can be swivelled 180 degrees allowing it to then be laid flat on the keyboard with the screen upward to create a tablet. Watch the video after the jump.
Unfortunately the design is purely proof-of-concept at the moment and Intel will not be releasing any information on pricing or worldwide availability, but if we do hear anything we will let you know.
Source : EngadgetFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Design News, Technology News