The one at right is the latest models, and it looks a little different from the original concept design. It's running Windows 7 on an Intel Atom 1.66GHz CPU with 1GB of RAM, 160GB hard disk, Wifi, 1.3MP webcam, speakers/mike, and it has a 10" resistive touchscreen on a swivel.
It might seem high for the specs, but I checked a few sites (including Amazon) for similar laptops. Hardly anyone makes them anymore. This time last year I could have found at least a handful of models in the $400 to $1k range. Now I didn't see anything new for less than $1200, aside from the Dell Inspiron Duo (unless I looked in the wrong place?).
I don't know about you, but this shift in the market is far more interesting than the laptop.
Laptop convertibles similar to the one above used to be a solid segment of the laptop market. It wasn't big, but it's been around for years. And now it's gone. If I had to guess, I would bet that tablets killed it off. To be more exact, I think the iPad killed off the laptop convertible. Once people had a good tablet experience the extra hardware and maintenance cost of a laptop convertible just wasn't worth the expense, IMO.
Of course, from a personal aspect I have to say I find this more than a little amusing. I've always been vaguely intending to buy a laptop convertible, and today I learned that the supply has dried up. Whoops.
On the other hand, I already have a tablet/laptop hybrid; it's the eeePad Transformer. It's very good at what it does, but I do wish I had a similar device that ran Windows.