Asus seemed to have already mastered the art of the tablet-laptop convertible. The company has released several convertible devices in the past and at the ongoing CES 2014, it has unveiled a new one called the Transformer Book Duet TD300. This new gadget is arguably is the best one in terms of execution and functionality.
The Asus Transformer Book Duet is capable of four modes all in all. It’s because apart from being usable in both tablet and laptop form, it runs two OSes, that is, Android and Windows 8.1. The Transformer Book Duet has the standard folding laptop form factor but the 13.3-inch display is removable. The display can either be 1366×768 pixels in resolution or Full HD resolution.
The Transformer Book Duet has full laptop features in terms of power and features, but can easily switch into Android mode should you need it to. Asus touts that the switching from one OS to another takes as little as 4 seconds. Powering the Asus Transformer Book Duet is a 4th-generation Intel processor that will be available in a choice of Core i3/i5 and i7 processors. Any choice of processor will be paired with 4GB of RAM. For storage, the Transformer Book Duet has 64GB or 128GB of storage on the tablet and anywhere from 320GB to 1TB in the dock.
The Transformer Book Duet will be priced at $599. This is of course expected to be more expensive when it reaches the Philippines. Watch the video below for more on the Asus Transformer Book Duet.