Anyone who is patiently awaiting the arrival of the new Asus Taichi dual screen Windows 8 powered hybrid ultrabook, will be disappointed to learn that computer manufacturer Asus has announced that the new tablet will be delayed yet again.
A spokesperson for Asus confirmed to the PC World website that the new tablet has been delayed, but explained that shipping might still start in December.
Asus has not released any specific reason for the delays of the new tablet, or the continuing delays pushing the tablet’s official launch back from October when it was expected to arrive in stores.
To re-cap the Asus Taichi dual screen Windows 8 hybrid ultrabook when it arrives will be available in two models: Taichi 21 DH51 equipped with an Intel Core i5 processor and 128GB solid-state drive storage, priced at $1299. Together with the Taichi 21 DH71 equipped with a Intel Core i7 processor and 256GB SSD storage priced at around $1600. Both equipped with a 1920 x1080-pixel display, and 4GB of RAM.
Source: PCWorldFiled Under: Tablet News, Technology News