ASUS Unveils TAICHI Dual Screen Ultrabook

The TAICHI features SSD storage, 3rd generation Intel Core processors, built in dual band 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi, DDR3 system memory, DisplayPort connectivity and a couple of USB 3.0 ports & HDMI.
It is undisputed that table computer have managed to carve out n important niche in the previous couple of years. Nonetheless, they are definitely not a suitable option for the people who spend a lot of time tapping on their keyboards. Lenovo created a wave of excitement at CES 2010 after the company unveiled its intention to integrate tablet convenience with the convenience of a notebook just like a U1.

Unluckily, this concept has never become a reality but just the other day ASUS delivered something that actually feature almost similar functioning to Lenovo’s prototyping after launching the EE Pd Transformer series. Recently, the company unleashed a new ultrabook that comes with a tablet on its outer surface. The complete details regarding the TAICHI are rather hard to get but there are some smart features that we already know exist in the application.

According to ASUS, their TAICHI ultrabook /tablet will feature 11.6 inch and 13.3 inches form factors. The initial pre-production proto-type that was introduced by the organization’s Jonney Shih during Computex 2012 at Taipai, Taiwan was 11.6 inches the lid used on both of the models comes with dual FHD/IPS panels. Both of the units features resolution of 1920 x 1080 that are said to use similar hardware but are completely independent of each other.

This implies that users are capable of effectively reflecting the notebook display using multi-touch tablet panels on the exterior surface of the TAICHI’s lead. The device comes handy when making elegant business presentations, showing home photos and videos without cramming in front the screen, sharing video chat sessions with family and friends, etc. The sleek external surface appears more like he fingerprint magnet, but, that is maybe a modest cost to pay for that kind of functionality.

These tablet panels will also support the stylus input. This capability was made possible by the help of N-trig technology which is a grid that system that supports about 256pressure levels. However, AUSUS has not confirmed or provided further details regarding the stylus input technology.

ASUS TAICHI supposedly comes with similar weight to that of the ASUS Zenbook Prime. The system is run by 3rd generation Intel Core i7 processors integrated with DDR3 & SSD storage system memory. Additional features tat are incorporated in the device include inbuilt couple of two USB 3.0 ports, DisplayPort connectivity and HDMI and dual-band 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, two USB 3.0 ports.
ASUS devices are available in diverse styles that feature full-size, backlit chiclet style QWERTY keyboard & trackpad, SUS SonicMaster Audio, B & O ICEpower and both front and rear cameras. The device is also NFC- compatible and also comes with gyroscopic sensors.

The models of the device are available although it is not yet available in the market. The cost of the product has also not been established but rumor has it that the products will come to the market by October of this year.

The dual screen ultrabook is expected to make Widows 8 even better. When you have closed the lid of your laptop, the full size HD IPS touch screen display included on the lid can be harnessed like a tablet. On the other hand, the lid screen can be used like a sharing tool when making fancy presentation.

Although these devices ar realy fancy in design and cost, ASUS might have issues marketing convertible notebooks that come with dual-screen ultrabook with detachable display if the battery life and prices will remain approximately safer.