Asus has unveiled a host of hardware running Microsoft's latest Windows 8 operating system at Computex 2012. One of the first Windows RT devices (an ARM version of Windows 8) was initially announced, the Tablet 610 powered by Nvidia's quad-core Tegra 3 processor. Asus also has a 11.6-inch Tablet 810 Windows 8 device powered by Intel's latest Atom processor, that includes support for desktop x86 applications — a key difference to its Tablet 610 that lacks support for legacy apps. Alongside its Windows 8 tablets, Asus also unveiled its Taichi dual-display laptop / hybrid running Windows 8 and its Transformer Book convertible notebooks. Keep track of all Asus' announcements right here.
Asus is demoing a Thunderbolt-equipped monitor, and a docking station for their PadFone.
The Asus keynote for Computex 2012 has been posted online, giving you a chance to relive Jonney Shih's presentation of the Taichi and Asus'
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Hands-on impressions of the Asus Zenbook Prime UX21A with touchscreen.
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Asus has announced its latest Windows 8 tablet, the Tablet 810 includes an 11.6-inch display and is only 8.7mm thick.
Asus has unveiled its latest Windows 8 convertible notebook, the Transformer Book.
Asus has just announced the Taichi series laptop / tablet hybrid at Computex 2012 in Taipei.