Asus Announces Transformer Book Trio Running Windows 8 And Android Using Intel Core i7 And Atom Chips

Asus Transformer Book Trio

ASUS today announced a new Ultrabook hybrid device called Transformer Book Trio which runs both Windows 8 and Android on Intel Core i7 and Intel Atom processors respectively at Computex 2013. Read about it below.

Chairman Jonney Shih introduces the Transformer Book Trio and other revolutionary products that transform consumers’ expectations of technology

Computex, Taipei, Taiwan (3 June, 2013) – ASUS today announced incredible new products at it’s “We Transform” Computex 2013 press event that transform consumers’ expectations about technology. Chairman Jonney Shih revealed the ASUS way of Design Thinking and introduced an entire line of innovative devices designed to simplify today’s digital lifestyle.

“We seek to perfect the balance between engineering and humanity, where every intricate detail echoes our needs for both emotion and function,” said ASUS Chairman Jonney Shih. “This is the ASUS way of design thinking, where every idea starts with people and we turn our imagination into a myriad of revolutionary innovations.”

Transforming Notebook Expectations- ASUS Transformer Book Trio

The ASUS Transformer Book Trio is the world’s first three-in-one mobile device. With an 11.6-inch detachable display and dual operating systems, Transformer Book Trio transforms mobile flexibility by switching effortlessly between a Windows 8 notebook, Android tablet and Windows 8 desktop PC. Transformer Book Trio switches easily between operating systems to give users access to over 700,000 apps in the Google Play Store and over 50,000 apps in the Windows Store.

Despite the different operating systems, the Transformer Book Trio has been designed to smoothly transition between modes, allowing users to sync data or continue to surf the webpage they’re on even when moving from notebook to tablet mode.

The PC Station dock has its own 4th generation Intel® Core™ i7 processor, keyboard and 750GB hard drive, and with the tablet display detached, can be hooked up to an external display for use as a desktop PC. The PC Station also serves as a charger for the tablet for extended battery life. The tablet features a 2.0 GHz Intel® Atom™ processor and a 16:9 aspect ratio IPS display with Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution and up to 64GB storage.

via: Engadget

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  • anujgoyal

    after all something worthwhile, when is it launching?

    • PoohGQ

      Just saw 2 8 year olds playing with a Windows tablet at a U-Haul store.. That made my day..! :)

  • reKitab

    Good things come to those who wait, why I’m waiting for Haswell:)

  • counterblow

    how do you scrape the android rubbish off?

  • PoohGQ

    “Transformer Book Trio switches easily between operating systems to give users access to over 700,000 apps in the Google Play Store and over 50,000 apps in the Windows Store.”
    Seriously. APPS! Is that all anybody sees these days?? What about the millions of Windows programs available..??!!

  • disqustingtard

    God damned motherfucking FrankenBook.

  • Bugbog

    I find this the most useless of hybrids! As it’s doubtful that once you detach the screen you’ll be able to access W8?! (Not the first example of this either! They showed something similar last year?!)

  • http://www.mygadgetsinfo.com/ Manender Bana

    If Asus Transformer Book Trio had been a Win 8 tablet and used the Atom in tablet mode and the i7 in laptop mode that would have been super cool.