Microsoft's Windows 10 OEM press event at IFA in Berlin was mostly a dull affair, but the company did briefly show off one upcoming device that's still something of a mystery. Microsoft's OEM head Nick Parker displayed a 12-inch Windows 10 2-in-1 PC from Toshiba that doesn't even have an official name yet.
Parker showed off what looked like a thin-and-light tablet that can detach from the keyboard. It also includes a stylus pen that can presumably be used on the tablet's display. There's no word yet on what the hardware is like, nor a price point or a release date, but Parker said more information will be revealed sometime in the coming weeks.