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ASUS Transformer AiO, the Windows device with Android

It is very difficult to define what this product is. Calling it a tablet is not precise, neither is a computer, so I have simply left it on the device. And it is that perhaps precisely, his name, ASUS Transformer AiOBe the one that best suits this team, as it can become several different things. It is portable, and it is simply a touch screen of 18.4 inch, like a large tablet. But in addition, it can be attached to a base to function as a monitor. Has Windows 8 as an operating system, but will be able to run Android. Do you understand something?

If you don’t quite understand what it is about, don’t worry, it’s totally normal. ASUS has decided to unify almost everything that is known today as a device into one. Thus, we have a tablet that can be transported, as well as a base on which to fix this equipment and use it as a common computer. As if this were not enough, we do not have a single option when talking about the operating system. And it is that although Windows 8 will mainly command the ASUS Transformer AiO, you can also run Android.

The device is ideal for certain users. The screen size is sufficient to be used as a normal computer, 18.4 inch, more than today’s laptops. In addition, it is tactile, something that can be very interesting for designers or other users who do visual work or who require a lot of precision with their computer. On the other hand, for them it could be great to be able to take the equipment and take it to their workplace, or take it to a meeting to present a certain project. Obviously, they will not carry it in your pocket, but it is not crazy to carry an 18.4-inch tablet if we plan to make intensive use of it.

Of the ASUS Transformer AiO The final technical specifications, as well as the price or the release date are not yet known. However, it is known that it carries an Intel processor from the Ivy Bridge family, which will be accompanied by a modest graphics card. Its touch screen will have 10 simultaneous detection points, to fully exploit its capabilities.

He ASUS Transformer AiO has been presented at the fair Computex 2012 from Taipei, and it is another of ASUS’s great bets for the android market this year 2012. Here is a video in which you can see the appearance of the device and how it changes from Windows 8 to Android: