ASUS TAICHI Dual Screen Notebook Passed the FCC
The year 2012 is where ultrabooks reached the highest rate of clamor. Analysts say that 2013 is going to be briefed as the colossal propagation of laptop / tablet hybrids. With this, ASUS keep marked and have gotten to keep the track as it launches ASUS TAICHI which is another benchmark systemized with Windows 8.
The Asus TAICHI is just like any notebook computer that currently visited the FCC. It comes complete with a full-size QWERTY backlit keyboard and track pad. However, the TAICHI is evident with a touchscreen on the outside of the lid. The lid could be closed and be converted to notebook into a multi-touch tablet computer. The tablet form is supplanted with a stylus support.
ASUS TAICHI is a dual-screen for notebook and a multi-touch tablet all- in-one. It is available in two screen sizes, 11.6-inch and 13.3-inch, respectively, both of which have double-sided LED-backlit display.
The package embraces an Ivy Bridge Core i7, 4 GB of RAM and, most notably, a display on both sides of its lid. As ASUS put it, the two screens work independently and that both can be used for different applications at the same time. And as accorded by the CNET, the TAICHI runs on the latest Intel Core-i processors, along with SSD storage and ASUS’ SonicMaster audio technology.
No official word on a launch date that has been publicized by the company. Credibly, a scoundrel Amazon listing has bolted the 11.6-inch model to be costing as much as $1,300 and arriving on October 26th, alongside Windows 8.