ASUS Taichi 31 with dual 1080p 13" displays hitting shelves soon
Dual displays for a multitude of uses
With two Full HD 13.3-inch screens placed back-to-back, ASUS Taichi™ 31 combines the best features of a Windows 8 tablet and a powerful Ultrabook™ in a single sleek design. With the same stunning black-mirror finish and slender profile as the 11.6-inch ASUS Taichi™ 21, ASUS Taichi™ 31 is as elegant as it is innovative, and packs a host of features that help make light work of any productivity task.
Lid closed, ASUS Taichi™ 31 is a high-performance tablet with a powerful Intel® Core™ i7 or i5 processor and blazingly fast SSD storage. Scratch-resistant glass with 10-point multi-touch makes Windows 8 effortless and intuitive to use, while the supplied pressure-sensitive stylus is perfect for taking handwritten notes, annotating documents and drawing sketches.
Lid open, ASUS Taichi™ 31 offers three distinct ways to work. With just the inner display active, ASUS Taichi™ 31 is a powerful Ultrabook™ with a comfortable backlit keyboard and a generously proportioned touchpad with full support for Windows 8 gestures. Better still, both displays can also be active at the same time in Extended Desktop or Mirrored Desktop mode, making it easy to show a presentation or share a video, without the need for a clumsy external monitor or a bulky projector.
Brilliant images and astonishing audio quality
In whichever mode ASUS Taichi™ 31 is used, two Full HD displays with IPS technology give outstanding clarity with vibrant color and 178-degree wide viewing angles. Dual-band Wi-Fi with Intel® WiDi and Bluetooth 4.0 offer high-performance wireless connectivity, while two USB 3 ports provide full support for the latest high-speed external storage devices and rapid mobile device recharging.
ASUS SonicMaster technology, co-developed with Bang & Olufsen ICEpower®, delivers astonishing sound quality on ASUS Taichi™ 31 with all kinds of listening material. ASUS Taichi™ 31 also features a rear 5-megapixel auto-focus camera with 1080p Full HD video recording and a front-facing 720p HD video camera, plus a noise-suppressing array microphone for crystal-clear video chat. ASUS Super Hybrid Engine II technology gives up to seven hours battery life with Wi-Fi web browsing.
Multi award-winning design
ASUS Taichi™ has received a number of awards since its launch in October 2012. The 2013 CES Innovations Award judging panel were impressed by ASUS Taichi™ for its daring design and entirely new approach to mobile PCs, while the 2013 iF Design Award committee acknowledged the vision behind its innovative design. ASUS Taichi™ was also awarded a prestigious G Mark in the 2012 Good Design Awards for its breakthrough design that offers new levels of productivity and entertainment.
1. FlushGordon (unregistered)
Another ridiculously overpriced niche tech toy. When I see ASUS on the headlines I pretty much know what to expect
6. user996 (Posts: 162; Member since: 25 Feb 2013)
may be overpriced but you know that it will serve very well
2. fsnas (Posts: 87; Member since: 18 Jun 2012)
ASUS is one of the best hardware maker!
but, this is not the time to concentrate on laptops.
these times we do everyhting on the go (smartphones & tablets) and if we are ready to set, we'll use our regular PCs (IMO)
3. tigermcm (Posts: 608; Member since: 02 Sep 2009)
I do agree about being on the go using smartphones and tabs, I personally use my laptop and phone on the go. Tabs havent fit in yet with me but I realize I use my wife's only to play games.
5. sam_tek (Posts: 62; Member since: 18 Feb 2011)
common....it's launching so far off the announcement. With so much delay, Asus should rather push it a little futher and come out with a haswell insides.