"This system is intended to move around the house, for new experiences, uses, and collaboration," said Ernesto Martinez, a client innovation engineer at Intel who helped develop the prototype. "When you are working, it has all the features of a desktop. At the end of the day, you lay it down to play with the kids or take it to your room and hang it on the wall to use as a TV."
The (27 inch) display of Intel's new prototype has 1080p HD resolution, is about 2.5 inches thick, and contains a processor and all the components a PC needs, as well as two large, flat batteries. For desktop use, it can be set on a dock that charges the computer, connects to a keyboard and mouse, and contains a DVD drive, ports, and a graphics processor to allow high-performance gaming. The touch interface can be used both when the display is docked and when it isn't.”