Taiwanese firm launches Transformer Book V at Computex

According to The Times of India report, Taiwanese firm, Asus has unveiled a hybrid device which  combines  laptop, tablet and mobile phones in its transformer book series. The firm launched the device just a day before Asia’s technology trade show known as computex.

The transformer book V is presented by Asus Chief, Jonney Shih in front of media, experts and industry leaders. It is a Windows 2-in-1 laptop with a detachable Android phone that can function in five different modes- as a laptop and detachable tablet running both Android and Windows operating systems, and as an Android phone.

The 5-inch phone docks into the tablet runs a 64-bit Intel Atom quad-core processor with LTE and having speed four times faster than 3G.

“In each of the modes, we offer an uncompromised experience, no matter whether for communication, productivity or entertainment,” Shih said.

It can also run latest android as well as windows 8.1. Till now, prices and launches date are still undisclosed but it will be different for different regions.

According to Antonin Lee of Taipei-based YouTube channel Techalook, “I like that it’s a five-in-one – it’s a case of convenience, having everything in one device.”

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