SL Interphase demonstrated their prototype Nitro Duo at CES Eureka Park. It lets you toggle between Windows 10 and Android in one combined handheld unit. Each OS runs on its own hardware – CPU, RAM, Disk – and they share a 5″ touch screen and I/O ports.

Android runs on a Freescale quad core iMX-6 with 2GB of DDR2 Ram. Windows runs on a Intel quad core Atom with 4GB of DDR3 Ram and a 256GB SSD. A Xilinx FPGA handles the switching between the two and manages, power, ports, a 4GLTE modem and other peripherals. You can either have both systems running at the same time or have one go to sleep.

The Nitro Duo will have a dock for charging plus 3 USB, an HDMI and an ethernet port.