Asus unveils Transformer Book and Tablet 810, Windows 8 convertible notebooks

The Windows 8 devices keep pouring out of Computex 2012 and we’re not even done with Asus yet. Next on the list is the Transformer Book and Tablet 810. Both devices run Intel processors, and have docking station keyboards, but that is where the similarities end.

The Transformer Book will come in an array of sizes and horsepower.┬áIntel Core i7, i5, and i3 will all be available along with 4GB of RAM, USB 3.0, and Nvidia graphics. The transformer Book will also come in three sizes: 11.6″, 13″, and 14″. The TBook looks very similar to Asus’ Android tablet offerings, and it has the same keyboard dock that we’ve seen too.

The Tablet 810 has an 11.6″ Super IPS+ display, 8MP rear camera, and an Intel processor. The 810 also has Wacom digitizer built in for great stylus support. Like the Transformer Book the 810 has a keyboard dock for serious computing. The most amazing thing about the 810 is it comes in at only 8.7mm thick.

Pricing and availability still unknown.

[via The Verge, 2]


  • Sondre Krumsvik

    DIBS on the 14″ book. How is the memory on it? does it support sd cards, hdmi and will it dualboot android?