Samsung has taken the unusual step of going with both Windows 8 and Android in its latest laptop launched overnight. Called the Ativ Q, the convertible "tabtop" can boot either the Microsoft operating system or run Google's Android 4.2.2, with users able to share data between the two operating systems.
The Korean electronics giant fitted a super high resolution Quad HD display to the Ativ Q measuring 13.3 inches diagonally which at 3,200 by 1,800 pixels has 275 pixels per inch density and is driven by the HD5000 Graphics adapter built into the Intel processor.
The display can be moved in four different positions so the Ativ Q can be used as tablet as well as a laptop, or in floating mode as per above. There's also stylus input as the Ativ Q comes with Samsung's S-Pen which works both in Windows 8 and Android modes.