Samsung today in London announced the ATIV Q tablet, sporting Windows and Android in a single platform. It's a dual-boot OS device that brings Windows 8 alongside the best of Android.
But the high-res display is just half of what makes this an intriguing device.
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The ATIV Q is a bit of a double hybrid in that it's got a keyboard tucked until that 13.3 QHD+ display, with its 3200x1800 pixels. It's a mere .54 inches thick and weighs 2.8 pounds. The "display" swivels up and off of the keyboard, and can be positioned at various angles for different uses.
It's running an Intel Haswell CPU, with up to 9 hours of battery life, Samsung says. It also integrates the S Pen stylus, but it isn't entirely clear how it will integrate with both operating systems.
It's got one-button switching between Android and Windows, and you can even pin Android apps to the Windows start screen.