Wondering what Windows RT -- that upcoming version of Windows designed to work on ARM processors -- looks like on forthcoming hardware? We figured the answer would be "yes." Toshiba recently unveiled a Windows 8 RT product of its own, a Transformer-styled device that was first seen at Computex. Inside, there's a Texas Instruments OMAP 4470, which apparently offers up plenty of power to churn through the WinRT demands. Now, there's a video of a functional prototype, showcasing some movements of the OS and highlighting the TI chip within. The product itself looks entirely interesting, and it makes us all the more hungry for autumn. For now, appease your appetite with the vid below.