But that's not all ASUS has to impress the CES crowd with. The ASUS VivoTab Smart Tablet will be on display as well – a 10.1-inch Windows 8 slate powered by an Intel Atom Z2760 dual-core processor, all the while boasting 9.5 hours of battery life. Further down its specs sheet we see an 8MP "high-quality" camera, 2MP front-facing cam, 1366 by 768 pixel IPS display, thickness of 9.7 millimeters and a respectable weight of 580 grams. What's interesting about the ASUS VivoTab Smart Tablet is that it can be used with the TranSleeve Keyboard, which is an accessory that combines cover and hardware keyboard into one.

The list of Windows 8 devices bound to appear at CES continues with the ASUS Taichi Ultrabook sporting a unique, dual-screen form factor. When closed, the device can be used as a highly-portable Windows tablet, but opening its lid up reveals both a hardware back-lit keyboard and a touchpad. No compromises have been made when it comes to the Taichi's performance as it comes with third-gen Intel Core processors, fast SSD storage, and 11.6- or 13.3-inch full HD screens.

Something that one might find a use for at their home is the ASUS Transformer AiO computer capable of running both Android and Windows 8. In fact, the device can switch seamlessly back and forth between the two, but that's not the only feature that makes it stand out. You see, it comes with an 18.4-inch touchscreen that can be detached for use either as a remote Windows 8 display, or as a stand-alone Android tablet.

Last but not least we have the ASUS Transformer Book TX300CA, which is also to be shown off during CES. It is what ASUS calls "one of the world’s first convertible Ultrabooks", highlighting its ability to be used as a Windows 8 tablet or as an extremely portable notebook when it is attached to its hardware keyboard. In terms of specs we have a Core i7 processor with Intel HD4000 graphics, 1920 by 1080 display measuring 13 inches, 4GB of RAM and a choice between a high-performance SSD or a high-capacity HDD.


Continue Reading @: ASUS shows off Qube Google TV set-top box, army of Windows 8 devices at CES