Steam In-home streaming already does this pretty well and from my own testing works with non-steam games you add yourself. All you need is a computer that meets the minimum specs required to stream from your office computer. A tiny Intel NUC for like $300-350 with an i3 would do the job perfectly assuming you have good wireless N signal or can run Ethernet cable. An older system with say a socket 939 Athlon 64 2.8GHZ or better and a cheap but new PCIE AMD or Nvidia card would work too.How bout a device to stream to my TV, keyboard, and mouse in my living room from my office PC....like steam streaming, but in a tiny single purpose device....on the cheap.
i hope they continue to make the clamshell version, because nobody else does it. i hate having 3-5 things to pack around to replace the clamshell design.
The Tegra K1 should be able to easily power a 1080p screen for games and everything else.
So, why the low resolution?
At 1080p and able to browse the web and play games (Steam & Android) and splashproof (Riptide 2 in the bath) I also would buy one.
That said; they will not use my idea about a more versatile tablet control system.
Nobody want to pay freelance designers commissions on profits these days (as most companies have no idea how their accountants work).