Laptop sightings - showing off at Computex 2012 (photos)

Laptop sightings - showing off at Computex 2012 (photos)

Summary: If you've been reading the news you might think that laptops have been replaced by tablets. Not so, says those who have visited Computex 2012.

TOPICS: Laptops

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  • This 10.1-inch Tablet 600 features a quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 chip with 2GB of RAM. There's only 32GB of storage, but the screen resolution and technology is identical to the 810.

    While they come with keyboard docks, these won't work with current Asus Transformer products, though they still add USB ports and extend the battery life.

    Specs: 10.1-inch screen, 1366x768 Super IPS+ screen, Tegra 3, 2GB of RAM, 32GB storage, Windows RT.

    (Credit: Craig Simms/CBSi)

  • Asus' Netbooks were small, inexpensive laptops built mostly with plastic. The new Tablet 810 uses mostly aluminum and you can separate the keyboard dock from the screen. The build quality is also significantly better. You could say it's pretty much similar to the company's Transformer Android slates.

    Specs: 11.6-inch screen, 1366x768 Super IPS+ screen, next-generation Intel Atom processor (Medfield), 2GB of RAM, 64GB storage, g-sensor, light sensor, gyroscope, e-compass, NFC, GPS.

    (Credit: Craig Simms/CBSi)

  • Specs: 11.6-inch screen and 13.3-inch screen, 1080p, third-generation Core processor, 12mm thick.

    See the CNET Asia hands on.

    (Credit: Craig Simms/CBSi)

Topic: Laptops

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  • Resolution 1366 x 768

    I suppose all these laptops come with 1366x768 resolution
    • Sure, that is likely.

      It's likely they all support 1366x768 as a resolution, but many of them go to 1080p. You might have to read through more than one of the captions to know that, though. Maybe you were in too much a hurry to hate.
    • VERY FIRST photo description:

      VERY FIRST photo description:

      "The slightly bronzed notebook has a 1,920x1,080-pixel-resolution display"


      Fail. Very fail.
  • 38 photos? No.

    38 photos? No. I'm not gonna sit through a wait-for-the-entire-d***-website-to-reload photo gallery.

    ZDNet, fix the photo gallery.
    • Stop Yer Whinin'!!

      So ZDNET made you come to the website and click on a link? You folks that don't know how to control your hands are in the news these days (namely SANDUSKY). If you don't like the way ZDNET does it, pick a new website. All this whinin' kills me. Spoiled a$$!
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