ASUS Computex 2012 Windows 8 device Round-Up

This year at Computex we're seeing a massive amount of

Windows 8

in its final iteration, coming to touch-screens galore everywhere, with

ASUS

bringing the fury on notebooks, tablets, and large-screen transformers. One of the strangest bits of news to come with this set of releases has been the fact that ASUS computers will be running Android applications with

BlueStacks integration

- six months for free for all new users! Then it's all about the next-level category breaking and busting!

What you see above is a dual-screen beast by the name of

ASUS TAICHI

, made with Windows 8 in mind with a 11.6-inch panel on the outside and a 13.3-inch panel on the inside aside a keyboard – a whole new category of notebook! ASUS also revealed

the Transformer Book

which takes what we know of their Transformer series for Android with a notebook that utilizes a detachable tablet and adds in Windows 8. This series can be seen close-up with our

ASUS Tablet 600 hands-on

, this showing off Windows 8 in its Windows RT form.

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ASUS Transformer Books

The all-in-one world got a little bit brighter with the

ASUS Transformer AiO

with its massive 18.4-inch detachable docking display that runs both Windows 8 and Android – what more could you ask for? One of the devices we were not allowed to get our hands on was the

ASUS Tablet 810

- though eyes-on were allowed – complete with Windows 8 on Medfield.

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ASUS TAICHI presentation above, hands-on below

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We got hands-on time with both the

TAICHI hybrid

and the

Tablet 600 and 810

series. You'll want to see our

ASUS Transformer Book hands-on

as well as our

ASUS Transformer AiO hands-on

and get a taste for another new avenue for ASUS in our

Asustor AS 6 series NAS hands-on

as well!

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ASUS AiO

And believe it or not ASUS did bring a bit of fire to the router world with the

RT-AC66U 802.11ac Wi-Fi router

as well – fire I say! Stay tuned for the rest of our

Computex 2012

coverage all week as well – let us know what you want to see and we'll grab it!