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ASUS unveils new and updated Windows 8.1 devices (+26 photos)

ASUS unveils new and updated Windows 8.1 devices (+26 photos)

Technology vendor showcases latest notebooks and tablets in Sydney

Memo Pad tablets

Memo Pad tablets

ASUS recently held a showcase event in Sydney to unveil its new ASUS Transformer Book T100 and Trio.

The two devices come with a two-part dock design enabling use either as a tablet or notebook.

In addition to the introduction of the new product, the latest iteration of ASUS’ Ultrabook, the Zenbook, was showcased at the event.

ASUS has also refreshed the rest of its notebook range with the recent release of Windows 8.1, as well as the introduction of the fourth generation Intel Core processor dubbed as “Haswell.”

In the Android space, ASUS had its expanded range of tablets on display, including the recently released Google Nexus 7.

Patrick Budmar covers consumer and enterprise technology breaking news for IDG Communications. Follow Patrick on Twitter at @patrick_budmar.

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