At Computex, Samsung has unveiled a laptop concept screen that works like a removable stand-alone shelf that comes in two future dubbed series called "Hybrid 5" and "Hybrid 7".
Samsung, at Computex, has indeed unveiled its own laptop concept with detachable screen, soberly called Hybrid, that comes in two distinct diagonals, which are assumed to be 11 inches and 13.3 inches. At this stage, only speculations are possible because the South Korean manufacturer has absolutely not given any technical information and prototypes that are on the stand which are hidden in glass cubes and that consist of transparent screens.
So it is impossible to learn anything, although not surprisingly, the screen operates autonomously when detached from the keyboard that serves as its basis, which means that it contains the components necessary to operate from the operating system. This Hybrid PC is half way between tablet and laptop with Windows 8 incorporated. Both machines seem particularly fine, and has a limited physical connectivity. As you can see in the below pic, this is a tablet-style Transformer, designed to fit in a keyboard that has the peculiarity that does not use a mechanical locking system, but magnetic.