ASUS Announces Transformer AiO Part Tablet, Part All-in-One PC

Asus today announced its All-in-One PC called Transformer AIO. It allows us to switch between Windows 8 and Android with press of a button.

ASUS Transformer AiO
Part tablet, part All-in-One PC, the Transformer AiO is an innovative device that can seamlessly switch between both, and features dual operating systems to give users the option of switching between Windows and Android to suit their needs. Engineered to work with Windows 8, the Transformer AiO features an extended 18.4″ 10-point multi-touch LED-backlit display which can be easily removed from its base station to become a wireless display for the AiO PC, extending the range of the PC and allowing users to continue with their work anywhere in the home. The display can also be converted into an Android-based tablet for the home with the press of a button.

Read more at Engadget and The Verge.

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  • http://twitter.com/efjay01 Ef Jay

    Adding android is like selling a pc with a virus preinstalled…

    • http://twitter.com/IamPeePay Tomáš Petrík

      I would say the same about adding Windows to an Android tablet…

      • http://twitter.com/Gunzta Gunzta

        yeah but at least Windows is a good OS where as Android is a just a buggy piece of un-original shit that even with a quad core CPU is still so unresponsive, a last generation single core Windows Phone provides a smoother UI experience. Never has the phrase “you cannot polish a turd” been more appropriate than with Android. ;)

      • http://twitter.com/Gunzta Gunzta

        yeah but at least Windows is a good OS where as Android is a just a buggy piece of un-original shit that even with a quad core CPU is still so unresponsive, a last generation single core Windows Phone provides a smoother UI experience. Never has the phrase “you cannot polish a turd” been more appropriate than with Android. ;)

        • http://twitter.com/IamPeePay Tomáš Petrík

          Man, you’re up for a flame war and that’s not something I’m gonna waste my time with.
          Just FYI – it is a third year now with my third Android phone and I can’t say a single bad word about it.
          Had a Windows Phone to try for a while and it just seemed useless, limited to me – I mean, no UI customization whatsoever, just a fraction of apps comapred to half a million on Google Play Store… and I could go on for long.
          But if you prefer WP, I’m fine with it. Just stay cool and keep back from offending the others’ choice.

  • Brandonjhardin

    Lots of iZombies in here.

  • Njoifontes

    why would anyone want to switch to android mode… does not compute