I had a top of the line Tablet PC for a really short time, a Lenovo/IBM Thinkpad X60t and I loved to use the touch screen while on the couch to browse the web and such. It was a lot easier to use than a keyboard. However, it was still somewhat inconvenient because of the thickness. I notice a lot of the tablet laptop PCs are THICK. Why doesn't a computer manufacturer design a tablet laptop PC where all the innards are built into the screen, so that if you want to use it as a laptop you can, and when you want to use it as a tablet you simply disconnect the screen from the keyboard? Just wondering what you guys might see wrong with this? Should I get my patent lawyer out right now?