Asus Taichi Aussie availability announced

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The dual-screen laptop-tablet fusion device will be out in Australian retailers from 21 January.

Asus Taichi
(Credit: Asus)

The Asus Taichi — first revealed back at Computex in June 2012 — is a dual-screen device, one of the many we've seen recently designed to work as both a tablet and a fully featured laptop.

We reviewed it recently, noting that it felt a little more experimental than we would have liked, but the overall user experience was positive.

Asus has now confirmed that the Taichi will be available from 21 January through JB Hi Fi, Harvey Norman, Bing Lee, Dick Smith Electronics, BSR, the Good Guys, Retravision, Radio Rentals, Costco and RT Edwards.

The pricing is AU$1599 for the Core i5 model and AU$1899 for the Core i7 model.



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Shannon.Roberts posted a comment   
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The only problem is the lacking of RAM, a standard should be 8GIG ram whereas 4GIG is now obsolete these days.




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