What I am envisioning is taking the concepts, workflows and use cases that Mark Shuttleworth describes here:
and extending them to the ASUS Taichi 31 Dual Screen Laptop:
When the laptop is closed, you get the Ubuntu Touch OS to brainstorm ideas or draw or watch video Learning content.
When the laptop is opened, you get the Ubuntu Desktop OS to actually commit your ideas to a wordprocessing file, drawing file or project that you can share with other colleagues.
In other words, I would replace the Windows 8 OS previewed on this laptop with Ubuntu Touch. You could get the Tablet and Desktop all in one device, which works well with Ubuntu's concept of Tablet and Desktop. In Ubuntu's concept, you get a Touch User Interface when you are using your Smartphone or Tablet but when you dock it, it triggers the Desktop User Interface. I'm sure some "enterprising" developer could create a program that triggers the Desktop User Interface when the ASUS Taichi 31 Dual Screen Laptop is opened.