Here’s a quirky thing from ASUS at this year CES, dubbed Transformer AiO. But to certain extent, you can’t call this 18.4-inch behemoth a desktop computer, because the screen can actually be detached from the stand base and served as a giant slate. User can toggling between both Windows 8 and Android Jelly Bean seamlessly whether it’s docked or in “tablet” mode. Noteworthy, the tablet will run a quad-core Tegra 3 when operating in Android, and it will be powered by a 3rd gen Intel core processor with NVIDIA GT 730M graphics when operating in Windows mode. Cool, huh? Hands-on photos and video after the break.
The device boasts a 18.4-inch Full HD IPS display delivers brilliant images with 178-degree wide viewing angles, 8GB of RAM and 2TB hard drive. On the docking station, it will have a SD card reader, four USB3.0 ports, optical drive and a USB dongle. Just the giant tablet itself, it provides 32GB of flash memory, 4-5 hours of battery life. The Transformer AiO will be available in select markets through authorised Asus resellers from the first quarter of 2013. According to CNET, the Core i3 version will start at US$1,299 in the US.
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