Expected to be sold in March for $700, this tablet/laptop hybrid comes with a real, physical keyboard, which can be hidden by sliding it underneath the
tablet portion. The slider will use the Intel Atom netbook processor, rather than more powerful notebook chips, but will have battery life of up to 9 hours
and 2GB of memory. Features include a 10-inch touch screen, 4-in-1 memory card reader, USB port, webcam, and lightness, with base configurations
starting at 2.18 pounds lighter than a MacBook Air but heavier than an iPad.
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