Samsung just released the new ATIV Q at an event in London. It is a laptop tablet hybrid that runs on both Android and Windows. Yup! And there is more hybrid thing going in that ATIV Q. You can pin apps from Android on Windows and vice versa letting you access apps from any of the OS. It basically looks like you can give shortcut icons to access is from the other OS.
The hardware specs look strong. Comes with a qHD+ screen resolution (3280 x 1800 pixels). That is the highest resolution on any tablet currently in the market. The PPI for the 13.3 inch screen stands at 275. Other things about screen include 178 view angle and extra bright screen.
The device comes with a flipping stand with hinges at the center letting you convert it from a tab to many other configs (look at the pic below). The weight is a little on the higher side, 1.29 kg in spite of the magnesium alloy back. The device is 13.99 mm thick.
It is powered buy the Haswell-series Intel Core i5 processor (known for it’s low power consumption). The battery powers the device up-to 9.