The company ASUS presented at the international exhibition Computex in Taiwan non-standard mobile computer. The hybrid based on several operating systems embodied a laptop, tablet and cell phone.
Asus Transformer Book V is a 12.5-inch laptop, which when you disconnect the keyboard turns into a tablet based on Windows 8.1. On the back of the tablet is a 5-inch Android-smartphone. When the device is in the slot, the tablet uses its operating system. If you connect the keyboard to the tablet, it will turn into an Android laptop, Engadget writes.
In general, Transformer Book V offers 5 modes of use: Windows-tablet, Windows-laptop, Android-smartphone, Android-tablet and Android-laptop.
According to the head of ASUS Johnny Shi, the 5-inch smartphone uses Android 4.4, 64-bit 4-core Intel Atom (Moorefield) processor and LTE chip. The device weighing 140 grams and 11 mm thick is equipped with a battery for 2,500 mAh, 2 GB of RAM, an internal storage capacity of 60 GB, and a back and front cameras for 8 and 2 megapixels, respectively.
The 0.8-kilogram tablet is equipped with a HD IPS display, 4 GB of RAM and a 28-watt-hour battery, the charge of which lasts about 10 hours of browsing time. As for the storage space, the Windows-tablet has a flash drive up to 128 GB, which works in conjunction with a 7-millimeter hard disk with a capacity of up to 1 TB in the keyboard.
The rest of the information about the device will be published in the near future.