ASUS Transformer Book Flip delivers flexible computing on the move
A tablet is a tablet, and a notebook is a notebook. Is there actually the possibility of treading a middle ground between the two? Apparently, the answer is yes. In fact, the ASUS Transformer Book Flip happens to be a stylish, innovative and affordable Windows 8.1 solution that sports a remarkable hinge design so that you, the user, are able to set the screen at just about any angle between zero and 360 degrees. This makes the ASUS Transformer Book Flip to be an incredibly versatile machine, where it can double up as a powerful laptop as and when the situation calls for it, and transform into a responsive tablet when required.
Running on a choice of Intel Core processors (up to i7), with the aid of NVIDIA GeForce GT840M discrete graphics in order to deliver seamless multitasking and outstanding performance, it does not matter whether you are going to make use of the ASUS Transformer Book Flip productivity, entertainment or gaming purposes, it ought to be able to get the job one with aplomb. Not only that, with three different screen sizes to choose from, namely 13.3 inches, 14.0 inches and 15.6 inches, there should be a ASUS Transformer Book Flip for anyone and everyone.
In addition, the ASUS Transformer Book Flip comes with a bright and clear up to Full HD 1920 x 1080 touchscreen display, where a quartet of gears in the hinge will deliver a smooth, stepless movement to make sure that the screen remains exactly where you, the user, would want it to remain. Moving from standard laptop mode to a tablet form factor is a snap, while an automatic keyboard and touchpad lock happens to kick in each time the Flip is used in non-laptop modes, ensuring that users will not have any issues with unwanted input. There is no word on pricing as at press time, but do expect the ASUS Transformer Book Flip to be available worldwide from the end of this month onward.