It’s kind of like your notebook has an alter-ego. Both the tablet and the laptop share a battery, but the battery life varies with the slate lasting up to 8 hours on a single charge and the docked laptop only 6 hours. Other than the whole dual-device thing it’s got going on, the Lenvov IdeaPad U1 Hybrid has standard laptop features: including three USB ports, built-in Wi-Fi,VGA, HDMI, Ethernet (RJ-45), and a 4-in-1 reader (Multi-Media Card, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, Secure Digital Card).
The device will be on display at CES this week and is set to ship in June of this year. Unfortunately, this new hybrid comp will cost you a pretty penny—try $999 of pretty pennies.