Among other news from ASUS, we also heard about the Transformer Book Trio at Computex 2013. The new notebook runs both Android Jelly Bean and Windows 8, so we guess we already caught your attention. They call it the “world’s first three-in-one notebook, tablet, and desktop PC”. However, this means that the price will be quite big, but we think it is worth it. Just read about all the specs and decide for yourself: 11.6-inch 1080p, Intel ATOM processor running at 2.0 GHz, 64GB of internal storage and battery said to last up to 15 hours while using Android. With a Intel Core i7 U4500 Haswell processor and a 1TB hard drive, it can handle any of your activities.
The notebook-tablet hybrid comes with multiple batteries, the package including a 33Wh cell as well as a 19Wh one. The flip between Android and Windows 8 can be made by just clicking a button, without having to wait at all. The keyboard part can be attached to an external monitor in order to be used as a desktop computer. ASUS hasn’t unveiled the price yet, so we will keep you posted as we find out more.
The Asus Transformer Book Trio is, without a doubt, one of the coolest gadgets so far. The two different operating systems also mean you will have access to more than 700,000 apps in the Google Play Store and over 50,000 apps in the Windows Store. The computer will apparently launch in Q3 of this year, but we hope it will soon be available worldwide, because we find it quite interesting.
Tell us if you are interested in purchasing such a device who is running both Android OS and Windows 8 OS and how much money are you ready to put on the table in the exchange of Asus Transformer Book Trio.