Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 2 uses an Intel Atom processor, runs Windows 8, supports digitizer pen input, comes with an optional keyboard dock. It's about $499.
Here are some convertibles Ultrabooks with touch screens shown by Pegatron, Foxconn, Inventec, Lenovo, Samsung, Acer, Lenovo, NEC, Sony, Asus, LG, HP and Toshiba. All are showing new Ultrabooks at Computex 2012 but that doesn't mean that they are going to sell many. In fact, Intel does not want to answer the quantity question. I don't know anyone who has bought an Ultrabook and I don't know anyone who wants to pay $1000 for a laptop. I'd like to see $199 ARM Powered Ultrabooks sooner rather than later.
Does Intel prepare to announce that they are making an ARM Processor? Did Intel phone Microsoft to ask them to rename Windows 8 on ARM to Windows RT to try to keep consumers away from ARM Powered Windows Desktops/Laptops? Which Desktop apps are going to work on Windows RT and is Intel in any way involved in deciding what gets to run on Windows RT?
Theo Valich talks about his latest leak of Intel's 2013/2014 Haswell processor specs, yup, Intel's answer to the ARM threat is to crank up power consumption to 160W and 190 Amps he talks about his opinions on the industry, ARM vs Intel vs AMD etc.
This new Intel Windows 8 Ultrabook is quite thin and compact and it comes with a touch screen.
Acer shows this Intel powered Windows 8 convertible.
This huge 18.4" Asus capacitive tablet runs on an ARM Processor (yet unannounced) and when docked, it can switch to Windows 8 on Intel Windows 8 and switch back to ARM Android.
Here's a sub-1KG Intel powered Ultrabook built using carbon fiber.
It's a bit heavier than an Ultrabook, it may come with a hard drive or SSD and DVD drive in the keyboard dock.