Compal showed a rather unusual PivoBook laptop.
The main feature of the PivoBook is the ability to rotate the display. Such functionality will certainly be appreciated by programmers, designers, writers and other users who are more comfortable working in portrait mode. Interestingly, the 14 ″ display does not detach, but rotates using a special mechanism. Unfortunately, the video showing the rotation is not yet available.
As for the technical characteristics of the PivoBook, it is only mentioned that the device is equipped with a touch OLED display with a resolution of Full HD. The laptop is quite thin and light (1.5 kg).
It is expected that the laptop will go on sale under a different name (and under a different brand) this year.
A source: Notebookcheck