October is fast approaching and we’re starting to see more and more ultrabooks pop up in preparation for the big Windows 8 launch. Toshiba just outed one, the Satellite U925t, with an interesting form factor.
The Satellite U925t looks like it’s just any other ultrabook but if you look closely, you will notice the hinge for the LCD is not positioned at the very end but somewhere halfway in the middle.
The hinge actually collapses and the screen slides on top of the keyboard, forming a pure touchscreen tablet.
We don’t know much about the configuration but at least it’s going to have an Intel Core i5 processor, Intel HD 4000 graphics and a 128GB SSD. USB 3.0 ports and HDMI are present; so it WiFi 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth.
Of course, we won’t see this tablet-ultrabook hybrid until the October 26 public launch of Windows 8. No suggested retail price either.