In other words, why not a cellphone-sized, full-blown Windows 8 PC with, first of all, no screen at all? Just one port, for docking and charging, and a built-in wifi adapter/repeater for un-docked, portable access? When undocked, you'd access the PC using something like Splashtop for iOS or Android, the latest version of which supports Windows 8 gestures, from your iPad or other tablet. I use Splashtop to access my Vista and Win 7 systems from my iPad 4, and of course Windows supports Retina-quality resolutions so it looks great after a few tweaks. It's a bit klunky, but on the same wifi network it works quite well, and I am able to get real work done using this setup. A pocket-sized PC built specifically for this type of usage and running Windows 8 with its touch features would be so perfect! I don't see why we couldn't also have a Windows 8 phone with full PC specs, to which an iPad could connect and take control Splashtop-style, with even the ability to use the phone's screen as a second monitor. So where's the flaw in my thinking? Am I the only one who would find a PC like this useful? EDIT: Since this model of PC would be built to the purpose of remote, nearby access from tablets, it should also offer bluetooth.