Once you look beyond the cheap graphics and overall American-ness of Asus's new CES 2014 teaser video, you'll notice that the Taiwanese company is hinting at an upcoming device. And it's pretty cool.

Asus appears to have developed a tablet-convertible device that's comprised of two parts and runs both Android and Windows operating systems. Yes, you read that right.

Just two weeks before the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show, Asus has released a video that shows the Statue of Liberty giving the peace sign. She's also holding a tablet, which she then pulls apart, suggesting Asus has a convertible device it wants to unveil next month in Las Vegas.

Here's the most interesting part, though: the tablet changes colours. Specifically, it goes from blue to green. Eagle-eyed watchers have dutifully noted that Android's primary brand colour is green, while Windows' is blue. You know what that means? This Asus convertible could be a dual-boot device that runs both Android and Windows OS.

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This is just speculation, naturally. No other details are available, aside from the 6 January 2014 launch date at CES 2014. Check the video out for yourselves, and let us know in the comments what you think it all means.