The crowd. It’s vast. It’s thoughtful. And it’s ready to give its money to something they think is worthwhile.

We covered Finnish startup Eve a short while ago as the team there has been pulling together a good-sized forum and asking them what they would like to see out of a 2-in-1 Windows tablet. Everything from the kickstand to the processor to the keyboard and inclusion of a stylus was laid out on the table.

But the company has decided to play coy for the day, teasing the six designs that it in association with Swedish design firm Propeller have come up with. Pictures of each of the designs will be up online until 9pm Eastern tonight, but the comment period will perpetuate from there. You can hit up the source link to see some rather sleek design work — at least, we think it’s sleek — and to voice your thoughts on them. There may possibly be a poll open.

There are two more factors that need to be deliberated on — one of them being the battery — before major engineering begins. Eve hopes to get an Indiegogo campaign up around June.

Source: Eve

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