Asus has introduced the Transformer AiO P1801 touchscreen that was launched in June 2012 at Computex. The Asus Transformer is the first ever device to sport an 18.4-inch full HD 1920x1080 pixel multi-touch touchscreen fitted onto a stand. When docked, the AiO has the incredible ability to take the form of Windows 8 PC, with dual-core or quad core Intel Ivy Bridge CPUs.
The PC-tablet will be rolled out at a starting price of Rs 65,000 in the second quarter of this year. The stand is referred to as PC station and the touchscreen is designed with different processors. With this device you can actually expand 4GB of RAM to 8GB. The PC-tablet is designed with dedicated Nvidia GeForce GT 730M GPU with 2GB of graphics RAM. Users also have the opportunity of 2TB hard drive space.
When undocked the Transformer can turn into the largest Android tablet in the world. The Asus functions on Android 4.1Jelly Bean which has features of Google Now and performance improvements. The tablet is powered with Nvidia Tegra 3 SoC and 2GB of RAM. The tablet has a decent storage capacity of 32GB.
The interesting feature of this tablet is it can function as a perfect desktop, the tablet is also tailored with an easily accessible remote desktop application that enables untethered access to all Windows 8 files and apps. This system appears to be a neat strategy when there is a demand for Windows productivity. Meanwhile, you can operate apps; you will not get tired of the lack of apps on Windows Store. This tablet is also equipped with convenient carrying handle and folding stand for a comfy tabletop experience.
The Asus Transformer is indeed a marvellous device representing the advanced technology era that can function as a tablet and Windows 8 PC.