Asus at the Computex 2012 revealed its plans to release the "Transfomer AiO," an all-in-one PC that will have the ability to easily dual boot both Windows 8 and Google's Android OS.
Unlike the Android-and-ARM-based Viewsonic desktop, the Transformer AiO seems rooted in Windows 8: it boots into Win8, and transitions into Android only after you press a button.
In addition, the AiO has dual form factors: you can use it as a traditional all-in-one if you like, or you can detach the screen from the base and use it as a wireless display (slash, an absurdly large 18-inch tablet). The display supports 10 finger multitouch and has a LED-backlit display as well.
Samsung is showing off its Series 7 all-in-one PC designed to run Windows 8. The company says that not only does this PC have touch screen support for up to 10 fingers, it also responds to voice commands as well, similar to Microsoft's Kinect.
Nvidia has posted a video on YouTube showing off the "ASUS Windows RT Tablet 600," running on Nvidia's Tegra 3 platform. The video shows briefly what the upcoming platform will offer and for those who need a refresher, Windows RT is WOA and will only be available to OEM partners.
Take a look at the video as this is Microsoft's tablet OS in action and it will be put to the test against the industry juggernaut, the iPad.
Lenovo at the Computext showing off a 10.1 inch Thinkpad tablet, that has a 1366x768 resolution screen and is 9.7 mm thick. The tablet is reporting of having Intel Clover Trail processor running things, an eight megapixel camera and a two megapixel camera, a micro-HDMI port, a dock connector, and the battery last over 10 hours on a single charge.
Lenovo had already introduced a hybrid IdeaPad Yoga tablet-notebook running on Windows 8.
Toshiba shows off Windows 8-based concept designs, one of the concepts as shown in the picutre below, has a touch screen tablet but with a slide out keyboard. Another design has a tablet with a detachable keyboard. Finally, Toshiba showed a normal clamshell laptop case with a touchscreen.