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Asus Transformer All-in-One Hands On Review – Engadget

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Engadget’s hands-on with the Asus Transformer all-in-one! ASUS has managed to keep a tight lid on its Computex 2012 lineup, but it left no doubt about this: it was on the verge of announcing a dual OS (and possibly dual form factor) device capable of running both Android and Windows. Otherwise, we’ve been left to throw guesses at the wall. Read more here: http://goo.gl/dvjTs Subscribe to Engadget: http://goo.gl/FZmRo.

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  1. I could see buying this in maybe a 12" version but this is far too big for couch usage.

  2. OMG I've been waiting for this! How do I get my TF101 to do this??? Sooo necessary!

  3. Ehm, active digitiser support on this one (like WACOM pen)? If not there is absolutely no need for such a big monstrum…

  4. ok i need 3 things:

    1. Money, lots and lots of money
    2. ORD for US
    3.A Time machine

    now does anyone has a fluch (fil-uc-sh) capasiter (ca-pas-it-ter) (sorry for my spelling)

  5. i like the concept, but…
    will it have enough power to be a normal computer? and do you have to take android when its off the dock? because i would like to use win8 all the time, and maybe sometimes android.
    oh, and one more thing: i think it will be difficult to type when using it as an tablet, don't you think?
    anyway, when i first say it, i was also like: want! =)

  6. The word "Transformer" just got Redefined. Android and Windows 8? Thats crazy lol. Are they both runnung in the background?

  7. Asus bearing up Apple day by day.2 in 1 love Asus. This is the tablet which everbody to choose from. If u love to work on windows u go on it and if u bored of wndow and go some for fun ertainment go to android.love Asus thats what i am waiting fpr many year.

  8. I think it's sad that they couldn't do full Win8 in tablet mode like the Transformer Book. On the other hand I really like the ability to suddenly turn the device into my android playing ground. Both OS should be available in tablet mode (or why not also in docked mode).

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