According to eWEEK, the ATIV Q runs two operating systems, Windows 8 and Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean), and transforms into four modes: straight-up tablet; the sort of up-and-back laptop mode we've seen from some Windows 8 convertibles; a hover mode, where the display is parallel with but above and slightly off-center from the keyboard; and stand mode, so you can watch a movie, with the display's back to the keyboard.
The ATIV Q tablet runs both Windows 8 And Android 4.2 on a Intel Haswell Core i5 processor. According to Engadget, "To switch between Android Jelly Bean and Windows, you simply have to press the Start button (no reboot required), and you can pin Android apps to the Windows screen and vice versa." It features 3200x1800 pixel resolution on a 13.3-inch. Pricing TBD.
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