The more I keep reading the rumors out there, and the more I keep seeing the new Windows 8.1 laptop/tablet hybrids that are coming out now, the more I keep hoping for Apple to do the same and give us some sort of hybrid. I don't know if such a machine should be called a Macbook or an iPad, but here is what I am hoping for: Something that looks and functions somewhat like the Dell XPS 11, where you have a touch screen that can be used as a tablet, but then you can flip it around like a laptop (dual hinge) and use it with a keyboard and a touchpad. I'd like to see them introduce mouse support to iOS, and add some sort of limited multi-tasking. Yes, many of us will still need a regular OS X machine for our business tasks, but I prefer using iOS for all of my personal tasks like browsing the web, chatting with friends, watching videos, etc. The problem is that half of the time I want to do those things is when I am sitting at a desk and need the use of a keyboard. I know that you can get those fancy iPad keyboard cases, but you still do not have mouse support, and using the touch screen when in laptop mode is rather clunky and a pain. And I'd like to see some limited multi-tasking ability from iOS. I don't need to run 10 apps, but allow us to run 2 or 3 apps concurrently. If I'm playing a youtube video and I switch over to respond to a message in another app or to write an email, the youtube video should keep playing in the background. And same goes with Safari -- the page should finish loading in the background when I switch to another tab or app. I realize when iOS was new these devices were low on power, but I don't see how that is an issue anymore as we see Android devices that multi-task just fine. I figure an iPad with a Macbook Air-type form factor and a dual hinge could be as thin as 0.5 inches, weight less than 2 lbs, and give 15-20 hours battery life. Throw in an internal cellular modem, and you have the perfect travel device. Am I the only one who hopes for such a device??