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June 04, 2012

Asus unveils All-in-One Transformer as biggest tablet

Asus claims this is the biggest tablet around. Just check out the photos of this all-in-one PC after the break.

The all-in-one PC runs Windows 8 out of the box.

But you can actually detach the large screen and carry around that huge IPS LCD display.

The big surprise is that it can also dual-boot to Android ICS.

So you get a Windows 8 tablet and Android ICS tablet in one.

We’re still collecting more data as we wait for the press kit. More updates as we go.

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20 Responses to “Asus unveils All-in-One Transformer as biggest tablet”

  1. JM Bernabe
    Twitter: TabuBernabe
    says:

    HUGE…

    • Mikoy says:

      You missed the fact that ASUS has predicted the future and that is in December we’ll be in the verge of a nuclear holocaust and the radiations will morph us into larger sized beings. What they didn’t consider is how unrealistic it would be to have a tablet commercially in those times.

  2. Am i the only one who thinks this is garbage?

    • Chances are says:

      Yes.

    • Choices says:

      Yes, yes you are.

      It’s only garbage if it can’t do anything.

    • raffy says:

      Naman! Siguro kung Apple ang nag-launch ng ganyan kalaki sobrang high praises ka siguro. LOL. Sus, basura daw. :p

    • woo says:

      Am I the only one who thinks Paolo Montecillo is a garbage collector?

    • Rakista301 says:

      Fanboys you shut up! Stay on the middle! Don’t become blinded by any OS (iOS, android, windows, etc.)..all of them have their own PROS and CONS…You should stay on the middle.,I own both android and iOS tablets..,AND DO YOU THINK MAKING TABLETS OR ANY ELECTRONIC DEVICE ARE EASY? SIGE KAYO NA GUMAWA NG SARILI NINYONG TABLET! SIGURADONG WALANG MAGKAKAGUSTO! >.<

  3. Edwin says:

    A tablet that big is really wrong. 8-)

    • just me says:

      says you. it will have its uses. might not be a popular personal device.. i’m seeing mostly commercial use. think of the possibilities.

    • Ramon says:

      “just me” is right, it’s more on commercial use. Could be a potential rival to Windows Surface :-D

      It’ll be more flexible than a table :-P

    • raffy says:

      I initially thought with iPad: An iPod Touch that big is really wrong. LOL. Asus might say: not all tablets need to be portable. hehe.

  4. Iyan Sommerset
    Twitter: iyansommerset
    says:

    Best way to watch stuff in a coffee shop, I’d say.

  5. steelicon says:

    Not as big as Steve Ballmer’s (2012 Microsoft CEO) 80 inch monstrosity.

  6. hiddendragon says:

    all those pics, a short write-up about the ‘biggest’ tablet, but no size?

    • Cedric Lee
      Twitter: cedriclee_izumo
      says:

      As what I have gathered from some android forum, the device is called Transformer AiO and it has an 18.4 inch display.

  7. Amiboshi says:

    It a all-in-one PC, the tablet mode is just a additional feature. As i read, i think you can’t really carry around too far from the base like a real tablet because the OS is being transmitted wirelessly to the screen.

  8. Kevin says:

    Next please…

  9. Jah Zapata says:

    At first I thought that this is insane. But come to think of it, there’s a lot of all-in-one PC out there who’s sizes exceed 20 inches, (HP for example) and most of them have touch screens.

    What ASUS did is take it to the next level by making the screen detachable.

    Don’t look at this at a tablet perspective. Look at it at a All-In-One PC perspective.

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