The Institute for Information Industry in Taiwan have cobbled together from existing parts a truly unique device. It’s part netbook, part tablet. They started by gutting an HP Mini 1000 and replaced the Intel Atom chip with a Via processor running XP SP2. They then removed the standard display and replaced it with a tablet of the same size running Android. Pop the tablet out of its holder and you’ve got a fully functional Android tablet. Slide it back into the base with the keyboard and you’re running XP.