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January 12, 2014

Spotted: Toshiba Shape-Shifting Concept PC

The Toshiba booth had a lot of interesting things on display at the CES floor. One of them is this shape-shifting concept PC that transforms into 5 modes.


The first mode (#1) looks like a regular laptop.

The second one is the canvas mode (#2) — flip the keyboard 270-degrees and use the built-in digitizer pen for a screen.

The tablet mode (#3) allows you to completely detach the keyboard and fold the base back.

There’s also the presentation or TV mode (#4) which works when you rotate the base and detaching the keyboard.

The convertible tablet mode (#5) allows you to flip the keyboard 360 degrees from the keyboard.

Here’s a video of the different modes (althoug they only showed 3 types on the display shelf):

We’d love to see it with the screen turned on but the glass cage it’s in protects it from being manhandled.

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8 Responses to “Spotted: Toshiba Shape-Shifting Concept PC”

  1. Justin says:

    5 modes? I only counted 3.

  2. Dj Tron Mix says:

    Hi

    I’m looking for a haswell tablet that can be docked in a keyboard with built in:

    1. battery
    2. hard disk

    Any ideas? Thanks.

  3. Dj Tron Mix says:

    Hi

    I’m looking for a haswell tablet that can be docked in a keyboard with built in:

    1. battery
    2. hard disk

    Any ideas? A stylus is a plus. Thanks.

  4. Freeje says:

    Video shows only two modes. How can you have 5 modes?

  5. who says:

    2 & 4, 3 & 5 dba parehas lang yan? iba lang angle pagkuha ng pic?

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