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Mega Tablet Asus Windows 8 and Android

Mega Tablet Asus Windows 8 and Android
Asus at the Consumer Electronics Show CES prototype of a giant tablet show that both Windows 8 and Android works. The Transformer P1801 All-in-One might almost ready for production.

That reports various American technology sites, including Anandtech and Computerworld. The detachable screen of 18.4 inches (46.7 cm) is based on IPS technology (in-plane switching), which guarantees a wide viewing angle of 176 degrees. The multitouch screen 10 touches at once distinct and has a full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.

The base station is an Intel Core i5 or Core i7 processor that can handle Windows 8. In the display area, which is separated as a tablet using Nvidia Tegra 3 processor built. The tablet has standard Android 4.1.1 (Jelly Bean) as the operating system.

Tablet wifi within range even with Windows 8
Even if the P1801 tablet is able to work with Windows 8, as long as you stay within range of a Wi-Fi network remains. This is done by Windows 8 wirelessly to the display area to stream. With a physical switch on the side of the tablet, you can manually switch between Windows and Android.

Combination weighs 7 pounds
A lightweight tablet Transformer is not determined, but that was due to the large size also not expected. It weighs 2.6 kilograms - about 4 times as much as an iPad. The base station mounted on a base (weight 4.5 kg) contains many connections, including four USB 3.0 ports. The tablet comes with a foldable stand. The basic part is a dvd-speler/brander. Working memory is up to 8GB.

Asus wants the P1801 is still in the first quarter on the market in America. With a Core i5 processor, a hard drive 1 terabyte in the base and 32 GB of flash storage in the tablet will cost him $ 1,299.

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