ASUS Announces Transformer Book Trio ‘Three-in-One’ Ultraportable

The Transformer Book Trio, based on the two world famous operating systems of Windows and Android, has finally been announced by ASUS and is expected to enter the markets soon enough. The machine providing super portability can be used as a tablet and a laptop at the same time by more than one person. This has been made possible with the two part dock-able design which brings together the portable tablet and the laptop. The dock of the Transformer book trio can be used as a normal PC station once a monitor has been attached to its head while the other part can be used as a tablet.

ASUS Transformer Book Trio

Talking of the part of the Transformer Book Trio which would be used as a tablet, it has surely been incorporated with all the necessary features and designs. This half of the dock features the full HD display LCD of 11.6 inches and allows a 178 degree viewing angle. Perfect color resolution is provided by the IPS technology in the LCD along with 10 point multi touch, giving the users fingertip control with both the Windows 8 and Android 4.2 and thus allowing easy and comfortable usage. This LCD can very easily be detached form the keyboard half of the trio book, making it a perfect Android tablet having its own Intel Atom dual core processor. A vast data storage capacity of 64 GB allows users to store large amounts of apps and data without having to worry about storage space limitations.

ASUS Transformer Book Trio

Users will now be able to enjoy the music, videos and games as the Transformer Book Trio takes these activities to the next level with its Sonic Master audio technology and built in Stereo speakers functional for both the PC and the tablet. Some other features of the Transformer Book trio have been listed below for a quick review:

• 802.11 ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 in PC station for maximum portability and connectivity at all times
• 802.11n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0 for the tablet
• Separate batteries, along with support for 13 hours of battery life
• No cables and plugs needed

Source: ASUS | News Archive