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Asus Transformer Book
Photo: Jackie Chang, DIGITIMES [Jun 18, 2013]

Powered by third-generation Intel Core processor, the Transformer Book is a tablet and a notebook. By adding the detachable keyboard, the tablet becomes a notebook. Asustek showcased the product at Computex 2013 from June 4-8.

According to the firm, the lightweight ultra-portable backlit keyboard has up to 500Gb of hard drive storage while the 13.3-inch Full HD multi-touch tablet has 128Gb SSD storage.

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