Computex | ASUS Transformer Book Trio: tablet, laptop and candy all in one




Computex | ASUS Transformer Book Trio: tablet, laptop and candy all in one


ASUS has thoroughly prepared for the Computex 2013. A device called a Transformer Book Trio is not just a tablet, transformable into a laptop, it still combines the functionality of a desktop desktops.

The novelty has two pre-installed operating systems: Windows 8 and Android 4.2. Despite the use of both two completely different operating system, ASUS has made the transitions between them are smooth and unnoticeable. For example, opening the page as a notebook and a desktop PC, you can still view it by switching to the tablet. According to ASUS, Transformer Book Trio provides access to over 700,000 apps in the store Google Play and 50,000 applications in the Windows Store at the same time.

It should be noted that ASUS Transformer Book Trio consists of two parts: a tablet and a docking station.

The tablet is based on a CPU Intel Atom Z2580, operating at a frequency of 2.0 GHz and is equipped with a 11.6-inch IPS touch screen type with the resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. The tablet provides 64 GB of internal flash memory type, and according to the manufacturer, can work on one charge up to 15 hours.

The docking station is built on a processor Intel Core i7-4500U ( Haswell ) and can be connected to a monitor instead of a tablet. Its configuration includes a hard disk capacity of 750 GB, the battery capacity of 33 Wh and keyboard.


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