Windows-oriented OEMs obviously weren’t listening when Apple’s Tim Cook spelled out why he thinks laptops and tablets don’t mix. At Computex in Taipei this week, booths were awash in various configurations of tablet/laptop hybrids from Asus, Acer, ViewSonic and others, all running Windows 8, either on Intel or ARM, and some that boot both Win8 and Android side-by-side. Engadet has hands-0n video of Acer’s new flat-folding ultrabooks with touchscreen displays. The Verge has some nice video of Asus’ Windows RT (Win8 on ARM) transformer laptop with detachable tablet display. The weirdest configuration, though, must be Asus’ AiO transformer. It’s an all-in-one desktop with an 18.4-inch display that dual-boots Win8 and Android, and the screen also detaches, creating the world’s biggest Android tablet. Not sure why you would want an 18-inch tablet, but I guess it’s cool that you could have one if you did.