Here's the CNET link about it.
It's been done before and given it's lukewarm sales and more, you probably won't see this again. The next things will likely be the Windows 8 tablet with it's keyboard unit. Although the big issue for most will be APPS.
Both could run Windows 8 but what is the draw here? I mean you won't be using Office or many current apps for a while.
I saw on CNET, maybe a month ago, a new tablet/laptop that converts by having the screen pivot on two silver rail-type things on the side. It can either be a tablet with the screen sitting on top of the keyboard, or the screen slides away from the keyboard to make it look more like a laptop. That's a horrible description, I'm sorry. I also think it was running Windows 8.
Anyone have any idea what that tablet was called?