BERLIN: LAPTOP TABLET convertibles are all the rage at the IFA tradeshow this week, and Taiwanese computer maker Asus made no excreption, showing off its Taichi notebook tablet hybrid.
What's unique about the Taichi is that instead of the screen detaching and turning into a tablet, there is a second touchscreen on the notebook's lid that can be used simultaneously when open, or as a tablet when closed.
Asus said it expects to launch the Taichi in Europe and the UK sometime before Christmas. µ
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