I have come to rely upon AnandTech. The site offers thorough, well-written computer technology journalism that is unbiased, without being entirely sterile. It is everything I want from journalism. It’s too bad they only do computer technology, and not, say, world events.
So, when Anand himself (who started the site in 1997, when he was 15) says this,
Here’s where things get exciting. The Iconia W700 has a Thunderbolt port. It could theoretically serve as a tablet, that’s also a notebook that’s also your desktop. Local storage will be limited to whatever is inside the chassis, but you could easily have an external disk array giving you terabytes of high-speed local storage when in desktop mode. Remember the old holy grail that we once believed we had to rely on the cloud for: all your content, any time, any where. With the W700 as your tablet, notebook and desktop, by default you get almost all of that without ever relying on a wireless connection.
I get excited.
Here’s the full article: