The latest AIO PC from ASUS, ET2300 boasts a 23″ multi-touch display. Powered by the 3rd generation Intel Core i7 desktop processor with discrete NVIDIA GT630M (1GB/2GB) or Intel HD 2500/4000 graphics, this large desktop PC comes with unique design that alows users to utilize it as a normal desktop and as a digital canvas, thank to the double-hinge feature. (watch video below)
Designed for both productivity and home entertainment, SUS ET2300 AIO PC is equipped with an array speaker, an ernal subwoofer, and SonicMaster technology. Regarding I/O ports, thisPC sports Intel® Thunderbolt™, Intel® Wireless Display (WiDi), and USB 3.0. Other highlights include: Up to 8GB DDR3 at 1600Mhz, 2 x SO-DIMM; Up to 2TB SATA hard drive; 2M Pixel 1080P camera; 3-in-1 Card Reader, e-SATA combo, HDMI-in/out, TV tuner (optional).
Coming with luxurious design, the new ASUS S Series ultrabooks feature the 3rd generation Intel Core processors up to an i7, a discrete NVIDIA® GT 635M graphics, and offers fast-response hybrid SSD/hard drive storage as well as an optical drive. At just 21mm in profile, this all in one sleek Ultrabook also sports a solid back-assembled keyboard, Smart Gesture touchpad, and Super Hybrid Engine II-based 2-second instant on resume.
Filed Under: Laptops, Tablets
Along with AiO and tablet, ASUS also announced new ultrabook at Computex 2012: the Transformer Book. Mentioned as the first convertible ultrabook in the market, this device allows users to instantly switch between an ultrabook and a tablet by simply detaching the screen from the full-size QWERTY keyboard.
Filed Under: PCs, Tablets
At Computex 2012, ASUS unveiled its new Transformer AiO, a combination of desktop PC and handheld tablet. This device can switch between both and also features dual operating systems Windows and Android. Coming with an an extended 18.4”LED-backlit display, the Transformer AiO also features ASUS SonicMaster technology and integrated speakers for crystal-clear sound.
I am a bit late to show you the unique Android-based product from ASUS — the PadFone. Available in Taiwan since April 20, 2012, ASUS PadFone is a 4.3″ smartphone featuring a Super AMOLED qHD display. But the most selling point is the unique design which combines the function of a phone, a pad, as well as a notebook. Powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual core 1.5GHz processor, ASUS PadFone is able to transform into a 10.1 tablet or even further into an ultraportable computing device, thank to the PadFone Station and the optional keyboard dock. And the PadFone Stylus Headset can transform into a headset for picking up calls easily (see video below).
Xbox 360 and PS 3 users are already capable controlling their favorite games by body motion, but now PC users can enjoy the same experience or even better, thank to the Xtion montion sensor by ASUS. The Xtion is mentioned as the first whole-body montion control for PC. It utilizes uinque sensors for intuitive motion controls, with a user-friendly interface. Connecting to PCs through USB, Xtion motion sensor supports easy push, wave, and tap gestures to allow for quick access to motion-based games as well as movies, multimedia collections, photo galleries, and web browsers.
Xtion is compatible with various PC games, and suitable for an excellent local multiplayer experience without any additional hardware or controller required. ASUS also readiying Xtion store that offers a variety of items including games, entertainment, and other applications designed to make the most of whole-body interaction on PC. Right now Xtion is bundled with three exclusive games designed especially to work with the device — Beatbooster, DanceWall, and MayaFit.
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Released by ASUS, the P1 Portable LED Projector was designed with business and entertainment use in mind. The compact projector is rated at 200 ANSI lumens and projects visuals in HD 1280 x 800. The mercury-free Eco-LED light source used in the P1 has a lifespan of up to 30,000 hours or equal to 20 years if the P1 was used 4 hours daily. Expected to be available in Q1 2012, the P1 weighs at just 415g, and has dimensions similar to a CD case (W125.5 x H33.5 x L130 mm).
Don’t you think ASUS leaving Windows platform in the corner? Please take a look at the Eee Slate EP121. Designed for users who need to work with standard office software, the EP121 runs Windows 7 Home Premium and ensures full compatibility with a wide range of popular applications controlled by flexible input options including external Bluetooth keyboard and capacitive stylus. Powered with an Intel Core i5 dual-core processor, the Eee Slate features a 12.1” LED-backlit display with a 1280 x 800 resolution and a wide 178° viewing angle.