Slider Ultrabook is Real! (Video clip)

Posted on 12 April 2012 by

“The best of a clamshell and the bet of a tablet all in a next generation Ultrabook.”
Update: It’s an Intel concept design called Letexo.
Update 2: AKA Clove Point according to a pointed mention in a Wired article.

slider ultrabook

The slider Ultrabook we showed you yesterday is real!

We’re working on getting you more information right now but here’s a short clip of it in an Intel video that was published today. It’s real, it’s working and it’s exciting to think that this could be a real product launching very soon.

The video should start at the right time. If not, fast forward 69 seconds.

Slider Ultrabook at IDF Beijing

  • digi_owl

    Seems very similar to one of the early Acer TabletPC models in how it is hinged.

  • robert

    :-) exciting stuff, i like the design where upon having the ultrabook closed one can still see the screen at the bottom part and navigate on the touch screen, nice inovative idea and also gives it a new design feel :) we need more of this

  • DavidC1

    The Nikiski concept works too, but I haven’t heard anyone putting it into production. The same logic applies for this one. Until a manufacturer announces it, this is just a concept.

    I’m not doubting on the existence of Slider Ultrabooks in the future. But we can’t connect the concept model exactly to a product.

  • Dan

    I just want the Lenovo Yoga already! …but hopefully less than the $1900 it’s quoted at…

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