Asus has announced the Windows 8-based Transformer Book, Tablet 800and Tablet 610, the latter of which will run Windows RT and uses aTegra 3 chip. While the Asus Taichi and AiO may attract the most attention today, thanks to the unusual formfactor and dual-boot OS respectively, they weren t Asus only newproducts introduced just before the opening of Computex 2012 tofeature Windows 8. The Transformer Book is similar to the company s existing Transformer Prime range, butinstead of Google Android, it runs Windows 8. Three differentmodels make up the new Book range, differentiated by their HD11.6-inch, 13-inch and 14-inch screen sizes. Retort Pouch
There will also be a choice of Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 Ivy Bridgechips, all with Nvidia GeForce graphics, plus either hard disk orsolid state storage options. Other features include 4GB of RAM, a5-megapixel camera on the rear and an HD video-call lens around thefront, plus USB 3.0 ports. Like other Asus Transformers, the screen and keyboard can beseparated, allowing the Book to be used purely as a Windows 8tablet. In addition to the Book, Asus revealed the Tablet 600 and the Tablet 810. China Stand Up Pouch Bags
The 810 is similar to the Book, as it s Intel-based — thistime with an Atom chip — has 2GB of RAM, and an 11.6-inchscreen with a 1366 x 768 pixel resolution. It also boasts an8-megapixel camera, NFC, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0. The Tablet 600 however, is an ARM-based tablet, which will run Windows RT and be powered by Nvidia s Tegra 3 processor. The 10.1-inchscreen also has a 1366 x 768 pixel resolution, and like the Tablet810 has 2GB of RAM too. Plastic Roll Film
It also shares the same 8-megapixel camera.Nvidia has recorded a short introduction video to the Tablet 600and Windows RT, and you can see it below. Asus will package the Tablet 600 and Tablet 810 with a keyboarddock, which as well as providing more connectivity through extraUSB ports, also has a built-in battery for extended use. Frustratingly, like the rest of Asus new products, price andavailability were not discussed, although a post-October release isprobable.