The EasyNote Butterfly Touch Edition laptop has emerged from its chrysalis down at the Packard Bell labs.
It certainly lives up to its name as a very fancy looking piece of technology. The butterfly moniker refers to the glossy colours the laptop comes in (black and red), but also the unit’s swivelling screen.
The 11 inch multi-touch display can be rotated through 180 degrees to transform it into a tablet PC.
The EasyNote Butterfly also boasts a low voltage Intel processor which gives it a purported battery life of up to eight hours.
Other specs include up to 4GB of memory, a webcam, HDMI port and wi-fi.
It sounds like a pretty slick device, and is due for release in the UK early next year, priced at £499.