One of the most interesting devices Intel showed off at Computex was their Tiger Rapids prototype, but the company was also working on another device over the last 2 years.
In development since 2016, their Pocket PC above is powered by an Intel Kaby Lake Y processor and runs full Windows 10. While in phone mode it ran at low voltage without any fan.
Intel has however also developed a dock (a bit like the Samsung Dex docks) which contains a fan and which would allow active cooling of the PocketPC, and which would let the device be connected to a full keyboard, screen and mouse and offer a powerful desktop experience.
The Pocket PC is merely a prototype, and it appears was created mostly to show what is possible, but the idea is pretty intriguing for those who prefer a real one-device, always connected computing experience.
See the device captured in video by NotebookItalia below.