ASUS Launches TaiChi Dual-Screen Ultrabook at Computex

Updated on 04 June 2012 by

In a press event, still in progress, ASUS have launched TaiChi, a Windows 8-based Transformer – with two screens!


First information via Live

Breaking. We’ll update as the press conference continues.

Engadget have some info.

This isn’t a ‘Yoga’ style device. This is using simpler hinges and solving the problem with two screens. At this stage we assume one OS – Windows 8.

‘As thin and light as the Asus Zenbook’ says the slide.

Engadget reports Core i7 Ivy Bridge CPU, SSD and a full HD screen.

We’ve got it in the database. where you can track all our curated news items from around the web.

We will be linking reports, videos from Computex and updating specs as we find them.

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  1. DavidC1 says:

    Wow I’m loving Computex. Acer has outgunned expectations, I want a convertible one but the S7 is BEAUTIFUL.

    Asus TaiChi: So awesome. Better than Yoga.
    MSI S20 slider Ultrabook: I don’t care about the lack of touchpad, I’d live with a seperate mouse and the touchscreen.

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