On the occasion of Computex 2011 which is being held in Taipei, Intel unveiled a concept of ultraportable 12.1-inch format convertible Tablet PC with a platform Cedar Trail, Lake Keely.
Keely Lake is a reference design that aims to show what he can offer. This ultraportable will never be marketed as such under the brand name manufacturers, but Intel might be interested. Its design is very special since the screen is advanced forward and has a single central hinge to rotate the slab and rotate to turn in seconds into the ultraportable Tablet PC.
At the back of the slab there is a protrusion of gray colors taken at cover and the perimeter of the screen - which is hosting the 2 USB connectors and in particular as well as HDMI output.
Always connectivity side, know that this model incorporates technology Wireless Display (Widi) to broadcast on a screen or external Widi connected to a housing suitable for content on the PC and the wireless via Wi-Fi.
As you can see from the photos and video, this original design has the effect of providing a thin thickness in this 12.1-inch ultraportable. And if such a fine is possible, in part because of the Cedar Trail platform that can be used without a fan because its heat dissipation is less important than in Pine Trail.