Asus popularized the cheap detachable laptop, but they've always been chunky little things. Not the Transformer Book Chi. Asus claims the new 10.1-inch T100 Chi is the thinnest Windows tablet ever made. And the 12.5-inch T300 Chi—combined with its keyboard—is now thinner than a MacBook Air.
ASUS has just announced one of its most unusual products yet: a 5-in-1 device that's a phone, tablet and PC, which runs both Windows and Android. No, really.
What is this? A flying drone? Eight flying drones? One flying helicopter? A moving room? A truck? It's a little bit of everything. Called the AT Black Knight Transformer, it combines the vertical takeoff and landing of a helicopter with the off-road driving capabilities of a truck. So yes, that means it can fly and…
Once upon a time (earlier this year) Asus announced its Transformer Book Trio; a Windows PC with an Android tablet hiding inside. Now with the Transformer Book Duet, Asus is pushing its "more is more" approach one step further by adding "Windows 8.1 tablet" to the repertoire.
Asus has already been experimenting with mixing Android and Windows in the same device with its bizarre but intriguing 18.5-inch Transformer All-in-One desktop, giant-Android-slab-thing. Now, it's taking the concept to its logical extreme with the new Transformer Book Trio, dual processor-weilding device that staking…
Last year it was announced that Hasbro was going to sue Asus over the branding of the Transformer Prime; apparently, people all over the planet were confusing a tablet with shape-shifting robots. Now the case has been settled—Hasbro lost a preliminary hearing—but the court ruling is quite hilarious.
Apple made some bold claims about its new A5X chip, claiming it would give a 4x graphical boost over Nvidia's Tegra 3. At the same time, the Tegra 3 is a powerhouse of computational processing. So lets put 'em to the test.
Well, it's finally here, Apple's new hotness. But how does it compare to the new hotness from Asus, Samsung, Amazon, BlackBerry, or heck, the iPad 2? We've got you covered with this head-to-head spec sheet.
Asus is on a roll with its rebranded ‘Transformer Pads' tablet line, pushing out yet another version. The Infinity series takes the Prime and runs with it, packing either a Tegra 3 or a Snapdragon S4 and a 10.1-inch full-HD screen.
I don't know about you, but I often get confused between fictional robots that can assume the form of everyday objects, and fancy new Android tablets. Fortunately, toymaker Hasbro feels my pain.
The Asus Eee Pad Transformer with its detachable keyboard dock has been one of the best-selling Android tablets yet. The Eee Pad Slider's keyboard is permanently attached, so you can type wherever you go. Better, right?! Maaaaaaybe.
Asus Chairman Johnny Shih has just slipped an exciting new product out of his briefcase at tech event AsiaD—the long-rumored updated EeePad Transformer Android tablet. It's almost as exciting as the epic teaser trailer.
It's a three-in-one costume!* Not only can the wearer pose as a vending machine, but they can also rotate into a Transformer and then mooch across the floor like a Coke van, delivering beverages and cavities to all.
Come on. It doesn't have to be that hard. And make a version for iPad too. One that runs on magic. [Airos Design]
You wouldn't want to mess with this robot. Weighing 90kg, and standing 2m tall, this robot was created from the designer's very first car, a Lada Samara Diva. Check out what it looked like before it transformed:
Huh. Last Thursday, DARPA announced a workshop for Transformer. That is, their flying car program.
If you're a grass-is-always-greener type, you might have trouble settling on one type of chair: Arm or rocking. This Fotel chair is actually both, and manages to look pretty slick at the same time.
It's a plane! It's a boat! No, it's a car! Wait... a dog? A desktop plane? A windmill? Actually, it's a solar powered toy that doesn't need any screws or tools to transform.