Asus, the global motherboard and computer technology manufacturing firm introduced World’s first quad-mode convertible tablet and laptop on Monday at CES 2014. The laptop, better known with the name the Transformer Book Duet (TD 300) comes featured with dual operating systems which can be converted from one to another with the user’s convenience. The Transformer Book will be made to public sell from March and will be priced at Rs. 37,900, almost $599.
As said you just before that the Transformer Book is the most convenient device to change OS, so the users can use the operating systems as per their preference. Like all other convertibles, the device also supports a removable keyboard dock which assists the users to join or separate the keyboard with the laptop. Moving to the technical specs, the Transformer Book supports dual OS i.e. the Android 4.1 jelly Bean and Windows 8.1 which can be switched over only in 4 seconds after using the Instant Switch technology integrated in the device.
Besides, the Transformer Book Duet features a 13 inch display that supports a resolution of 1366×768 pixels and can be optimized to higher credentials like Full-HD. But of course for that you have to pay little more. As reveal the reports HD version of the Laptop will cost the users around $699 (Rs. 43,500) or also might cost little more. In fact, the higher versions will be made available soon after the device hits the markets in March. While the base model supports 64GB of in-built storage space the advanced versions also can be extended up to 1TB of space which will be equipped in the keyboard dock of the device.
Turning to the powerhouse of the device we would like to inform you that the Laptop comes powered by a Haswell Core i7 Intel processor and if claims of the company are to be believed, it performs two times faster than the ARM processors that the other tablets equip. Apart, it too supports fantastic audio credentials since aided by the SonicMaster technology and carries in-built dual speakers in both sides of the tablet.
This is all about the technical features that were hauled by the manufacturer at CES. But to get an absolute detail of the specs and features, we have to wait still the laptop hits the markets in March.