At the pre-Computex 2014 press event in Taipei, Asus announced plenty of new innovative devices, ranging from LTE-enabled tablets to high-end notebooks. Asus has been a pioneer in the computing business, and therefore, it is impossible to see something completely wacky device from this Taiwanese-based tech giant.
The company today announced the Asus Transformer Book V, a 2-in-1 Windows laptop with a detachable Android phone. Of course, the concept is unique in many ways, but its implementation in the real environment shouldn't be ignored.
Asus Transformer Book V
Asus Transformer Book V is an odd looking Windows tablet that can be used as an Android phone, tablet or laptop; or switch it to a Windows tablet or use it as a notebook. The 5-in-1 hybrid device sport a five inch Android phone, similar to the 5-inch ZenFone. When the phone is fitted inside the socket the tablet borrows the phone's brain to becomes an Android tablet.
The complete package come with a 12.5-inch HD IPS display, 4GB of RAM, storage up to 128GB. Talking about the phone, it features Intel's 64-bit quad-core Atom (Moorefield) chip with LTE radio, 2GB of RAM, up to 64GB of storage, a 2500mAh battery and 8MP/2MP dual cameras.
Asus Transformer Book T300 Chi
Besides, the hybrid Transformer Book V, Asus also launched the Transformer Book T300 Chi. Asus says the Transformer Book T300 Chi is the "world's thinnest 12.5-inch detachable tablet." The biggest USP of this detachable tablet is its 12.5-inch display with a resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels display. The tablet is equipped with LTE radio and next-gen Intel Core processors.
We'll update more details around the device shortly.
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