The first dual-boot tablet has made its appearence today at CES 2014. Asus Transformer Book Duet runs Windows 8 and Android operating systems. We have seen in the past a lot of hybrid devices, but a device like that hadn’t the grace and the lightness of a real tablet.


According to ASUS, the Transformer Book Duet TD300 tablet it’s called the world’s first quad-mode dual-operating system laptop and covertible. Asus Transformer Book Duet allows users to switch between operating systems at any time. The device will be powered by by an Intel Core i7 processor with Intel HD Graphics.

We also have 4 GB of DDR3L RAM memory, up to 1 TB HDD memory, 128 GD SSD, and a 13.3 Full HD IPS Display. The tablet features the typical connectivity options such as Bluetooth, WiFi, a USB 3.0 port, 2x USB 2.0 ports, a LAN port, HDMI ports, audio jack, and a DC jack for charging. The price of the Asus Transformer Book Duet will be $599.

  • materas

    No way they’re selling that for $599. That must be a typo. Not at least with an i7, Full HD and 1TB of internal memory. The T300 (which was poorly executed) is sold for about $1,000 and it has fewer ports, no hard drive option and an i5 processor.

  • Corei69

    Lol re-read it they said up to 1tb HDD it comes with only 128gb SSD you should read more carefully before posting.