Ricky Schiebner February 28, 2013 03:18 PM What would be cool is if it had a small projector built in to project the screen on to a surface so it could act independently. Jeremy Nasmith March 1, 2013 06:21 AM Wow, Ricky, that's exactly what I thought as I was reading the article! A small lcd projector would be nifty. And, a usb camera that has one of those stiff/memory-type cords so it wouldn't need a tripod... Fekete József March 1, 2013 11:33 AM Would be nice if keyboard layouts different than English (my choice would be Hungarian) would be available. 0p3nsrc March 1, 2013 01:08 PM I agree with Ricky and Jeremy - if it had a projector built in, it'd be great! Considering PICO projectors are so small, I could see them tacking on a projector and it wouldn't lose much in the way of its form. It would definitely get my money at that point! Gary Fisher March 1, 2013 01:31 PM Gotta love that chocolate keyboard, a big step up from the old Chiclet style. Looks like a nice product, though. Fairly Reasoner March 1, 2013 02:28 PM A laptop without a top, no? Paul Anthony March 1, 2013 02:48 PM Too many wires. Roger Bannister March 1, 2013 03:26 PM How would I go about connecting this wirelessly to my 52" LCD TV? DonGateley March 1, 2013 03:32 PM I'm not at all sure what I'd want this for. Android is a poor choice for such a package. An Intel or AMD box similar to this with a detachable display would catch my interest. x64 internals a must. Don't need the display to work if detached. HDMI would take over in that case. Needs to be able to run Windows 7 and have a Chrome OS virtual machine. A switch to determine which takes the screen at startup. Drop the numeric keypad.I'll pledge for that in a heartbeat if someone does it and I know a huge market that I could sell it into if it was priced so that a reseller could make a profit. Nairda March 5, 2013 02:12 AM I do agree with Fairly Reasoner. First thing that came to mind was "take generic laptop, chop off screen" And why the Android OS? Surely other Linux distros would be nicer. Android needs to stay put in a phone.Personally I've always been fond of the silent and trendy keyboard/mouse/large monitor in one room fibre linked through wall to overclocked server (sounds like a jet, has its own air conditioner, ugly big things with lots of cables) in the other room.In summary everyone has their idea of blending the beauty and beast. I just fail to see how this will fit into the mainstream.