An exciting new wave of convertible ultrabooks broke cover at Computex Taipei, many packing Intel’s new speedy and efficient Haswell processors. From Sony’s latest 13-inch slider to a new Asus Transformer running both Windows 8 and Android – there’s lots to see. Dell, Acer, LG, Lenovo, MSI and Gigabyte are also along for the ride, so let’s take a look. More »
Asus brings forth a second generation of Transformer Pad Infinity: Massive Resolutions and Powerful SoC.
Asus has unveiled the next step in the evolution of the hybrid note/tablet at the company's "We Transform" press event at Computex 2013 in Taipei, Taiwan. In addition to two CPUs and dual operating systems, the Transformer Book Trio adds a powerful desktop element to the mix. Show More Summary
Powered by a pair of Intel processors, Asus' Transformer Book Trio is a three-in-one tablet / PC hybrid that runs Windows 8 and Android.
Under an hour long, see the unveiling of a bunch of new Android devices over in Taiwan with Johnny Shih ASUS has been plenty busy of late, announcing a whole raft of new devices at the Computex 2013 show in their native Taiwan. Of particular...Show More Summary
For years now, the annual Computex technology show in Taipei has been a forum where cutting-edge products have often shown up. At Computex this week, a laptop called the Transformer Book Trio from Asus is on display, and get this: It runs both Windows 8 and the Jelly Bean version of Google's Android OS. Show More Summary
The ongoing Computex 2013 tech show in Taipei saw Taiwan’s two leading computer manufacturer unveil their new generation of hybrid laptops. Just a couple of weeks before the event IDC predicted shipments of PCs, which include both desktops and laptops, ….
Asus might not always have the most popular or practical products, but you can never, ever accuse them of being boring. The dual-display Taichi raised eyebrows at Computex 2012, and the Transformer Book Trio is doing the same at Computex 2013. Show More Summary
Asus has taken to making big splashes at Computex Taipei, and this year was no different. Today, Asus gave us a look at their next tablet, the Transformer Pad Infinity, and it’s not one that should be ignored. The Infinity has a 10.1”...Show More Summary
At Computex 2013 in Taiwan, Asus has announced the Transformer Book Trio, the "world's first" three-in-one laptop, tablet, and desktop PC (!). To obtain this rather dubious title, Asus has created a single device that runs both Windows (desktop and laptop), and Android (tablet). Show More Summary
Nvidia sent out word today that they wanted everyone to know that the kick-butt, 4K-resolution-supporting, HTML5 and WebGL-based mobile pad from Asus is powered by their beastly Tegra 4 processor.
Computex 2013 is a place where a fair number of companies has chosen to roll out the different kinds of products that they have in store for the market in the coming year, and since there is quite a fair number of hardware manufacturers that hail from Taiwan itself, it is no surprise to see [...]
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Chairman Jonney Shih introduces the Transformer Book Trio and other revolutionary products that transform consumers’ expectations of technology ASUS announced incredible new products at it’s “We Transform” Computex 2013 press event that transform consumers’ expectations about technology. Show More Summary
Interested in Tegra 4 gaming but don't want to drop $350 on a Shield handheld? Asus' newly-announced Transformer Pad Infinity will be one of the first non-Nvidia devices to feature the world's fastest mobile processor. Read more...
Asus' foray into fantastical hybrids didn't end with the newly announced Transformer Book Trio. With the VivoMouse, Asus has combined mouse and trackpad into a single, odd-looking device. While traditional PC mice have a lumpy shapeShow More Summary
11.6" 1080p PC is a Windows laptop when docked, an Android tablet when undocked.
A new Asus Transformer Pad Infinity was announced featuring a display resolution of 2560 x 1600. Like It, +1, Tweet It, Pin It Original content from Ubergizmo.
Asus has already been experimenting with mixing Android and Windows in the same device with its bizarre but intriguing 18.5-inch Transformer All-in-One desktop, giant-Android-slab-thing. Now, it's taking the concept to its logical extreme...Show More Summary
The company that brought us the PadFone, an all-in-one smartphone, tablet and laptop device, is thinking a bit bigger. Taiwan's Asustek Computer has now combined a tablet, smartphone and desktop PC into a single product that it calls the Transformer Book Trio. Show More Summary