World’s First Hybrid Beast: The Asus Taichi 31
Areyougaming.com doesn’t limit itself to just bringing you the best information about new gaming laptops or the best gaming laptops. AYG is also bringing high performance laptops to the table because sometimes you have to put business before pleasure. The Asus Taichi 31 is a 13.3 inch hybrid ultrabook that is stealing the spotlight for its mobile flexibility as well as its wallet flexibility, ranging from $750-$1600. One key feature is definitely making jaws drop and credit cards flop and that is the unique dual screen combination. The Taichi is the world’s first tablet and laptop fusion to have two full HD displays.
Just like the Lenovo Yoga Pro the Taichi is capable of gymnastic like moves that give it the flexibility to perform in four different modes: notebook, tablet, mirror and dual screen. Notebook mode gives you the ability to use the full backlit keyboard (yes, backlit) and large multi-touch pad. Tablet mode acts exactly like a tablet with a 10 point multi-touch screen and stylus for note taking. Mirror mode and Dual-Screen mode are great for sharing information and for using during presentations. Dual-screen lets you and a guest run both screens separately with different apps. The touch screen is only available in tablet mode, which makes sense since it’s a tablet and it’s nonsensical when you still have the laptop side with a full keyboard and touchpad. Some people are finding this to be a downside, but it’s actually beneficial: less sloppy greasy fingerprints to clean up, so thank you ASUS.
The ASUS Taichi 31 houses an Intel Core i7-3537U processor that helps execute all demands and provides outstanding performance whether for multi-tasking or multimedia. Accompanying the processor is 4GB of Ram and the SATA lll works impressively fast and with the Solid State Drive, you can expect a higher input/output performance that is more durable and without all the racket. It is also equipped with an Intel HD Graphics 4000, but you have to keep in mind that the Taichi 31 is not a PC gaming laptop, so the gaming performance will not live up to any expectations. Just get that out of your head now.
All in all the Asus Taichi 31 brings the best of a laptop and tablet into one. Asus also throws in a one year warranty for battery pack and hardware, web interface problem resolution, and ASUS software support. Although it’s no best gaming laptop, it is a great quality ultrabook for a more professional level. So strap on that suit and tie and get down to business with ASUS.
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