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Asus is enjoying its golden period in both the tablets and laptops field. To enhance the success, the Taiwanese company has launched Asus Transformer AiO. This is a new all-in-one by the company to leave all its rivals behind in the race of all-in-ones.
It’s not a simple all-in-one to denser the crowd of all-in-ones, instead; it is an all-in-one that can be used as a standalone tablet. Detachable display in the tablet makes it work as tablet.
Coming to the specs part, this newly launched Asus Transformer AiO is a Windows-8 based all-in-one that is powered by 3rd generation Intel chips. Nvidia GeForce GT730 graphics card in this all-in-one makes to good for viewing pictures, for watching videos. Asus Transformer AiO has got 2GB of SATA storage and 2GB DDR3 RAM. Connectivity options in this all-in-one include USB 3.0 and one USB 2.0 ports, HDMI, Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n, and Bluetooth 4.0.
The aforementioned are common to find nowadays, but the thing that makes it best all-in-one is its completely detachable 18.4-inch display, which when detached, becomes standalone tablet running on Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor and Android Jelly Bean 4.1 OS.
The 18.4 screen is Full HD IPS that supports 10-point multitouch. So when detached, one get the feeling of a standalone tablet, rather than a detached screen from an all-in-one. The only thing that may give you the feeling of its being detached screen is the weight. The screen weighs 2.4kg which does not happen in case of regular tablets.
Anyway, the device is good for those looking to buy tablet and laptop. What do you think about Asus Transformer AiO? Would you loosen your pocket for it?