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[Intel] The Ultrabook Convertable

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Introducing Ultrabook™ convertible,1 the most cutting-edge class of Ultrabook™ to date. Transform your experience by flipping, sliding or swiveling your device to go from laptop to tablet. Its ultra sleek, lightweight form makes Ultrabook™ the perfect device when you’re on the go.

Looks like the surface has some competition.
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I liked the moustaches.

EDIT: On-topic though, the surface is more a tablet than a notebook while this is more a notebook than a tablet so really not competitors as far as I'm concerned.
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post #3 of 39
LOL Ads have "Asus" on it (0:25). Its the TAICHI. I'm worried about scratching that external screen

I do love the idea but i do want that nvidia GPU from the zenbook and/or a thunderbolt port
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LOL Ads have "Asus" on it (0:25). Its the TAICHI. I'm worried about scratching that external screen

I do love the idea but i do want that nvidia GPU from the zenbook and/or a thunderbolt port
So true.


Microsoft, Surface has competition.
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this is the asus right? otherwise i was going to say...

might as well just link my bank account to asus so they can automatically send me new stuff everytime it comes out. they can have all my money if this keeps up @_@
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I'll take that view camera.
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I must have this! And the conductors curly moustache. I wonder if there is an app for that.
 
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post #8 of 39
Asus Taichi ftw.

I'm waiting for the Taichi 31 to get released in Australia before I get one though.
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That ad was so bad. So so bad. I can't be the only person to have cringed?
   
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post #10 of 39
I am kinda liking the concept behind this but only price will decide how successful this concept will be.
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