One of Asia’s largest; The Computex Technology Show held in Taipei displayed some of the finest futuristic devices and gadgets. However the show stealer proved to be Microsoft’s Windows 8 Operating System running on hybrid laptop tablets showcased by Asus, Acer and MSI. Laptop-tablets have been designed to offer the best of both worlds.
Individuals can use these devices in a slate tablet mode or accesses it as laptop using a physical keyboard. Acer’s tablet offering with Windows 8 at Computex were Iconia W 700 and Iconia W510, each with a slew of high end features. Asus left enthusiasts spellbound with its stylish Taichi, an Ultrabook with dual screens and Transformer Book, an aesthetically designed tablet featuring a detachable keyboard dock.
MSI’s Slider S20, the first convertible Ultrabook made jaws drop at Computex. Although release dates of their respective products have not been announced by company officials, one would expect the devices to hit international market soon taking into consideration varied needs and changing preferences of consumers.