Asus Transformer AIO is definitely one of the most unique computers. This is a
hybrid tablet and desktop and powered by two separate processors. This is really a
unique feature but the there is more to the strangeness. For example, each of those
processors operates on different operating system. For example, one is Android
4.1 Jelly Bean and the other is Windows 8. This is what makes Asus’s Transformer
AiO with unique functionality and this one really has a twist.
For Windows 8, AiO comes with an Intel Ivy Bridge processor and for Android,
there is a Nvidia Tegra processor. The 10-finger multitouch 18.4-inch display and
a screen resolution of 1920 by1080, the device carries a stand usually, so one can
use it as an All-in-One PC. The stand can be detached by the users to convert it
as a regular tablet. With just a press of the button, the user can toggle between the
Asus Transformer AIO also offers 8GB of RAM and a discrete graphics chip that
makes use of 8GB of RAM. The tablet needs to be connected via Wi-Fi so as to
take advantage of the Intel chip and kick it off in the Windows 8 mode. Many
users find the device a bit bulky weighing 2.5kg. This is something that one cannot
carry easily in the bag tablet. There are some nice features such as a handle at the
top of backside of the tablet to lift it off. You can also prop the tablet on its own.
Other features include four USB ports, DVD drive, slot for MMC/SD/SDHC
card. The tablet also carries miniUSB, a card slot and offers its own set of
connectors. Wireless Asus keyboard and mouse are functional and pose no issues
when used with both Jelly Bean and Windows 8 modes. When it comes to hybrid
computers, this is really an odd man out. Running smoothly on both Windows 8
and Jelly Bean, it can potentially substitute for a number o f devices at home.