Computex tends to be a main launch platform for a number of Asus’ new products, and this year was no exception. The company took to the stage yesterday to announce a huge range of new products, including several new hybrid laptops, a new 4K monitor, new tablets and a crazy-looking router.
Asus' Eee Pad Transformer launched with much fanfare last year as it bridged the gap between tablets and netbooks via its docking station. At the time, we thought the Eee Pad Transformer was a great bargain, but that value was slightly diminished later in 2011 when Asus unveiled its $620 Eee Pad Transformer Prime.
Although the Transformer Prime's price increase was technically justifiable, it pushed the upper budgets of some shoppers. Addressing that issue, Asus has released a more affordable yet still powerful version called the Transformer Pad TF300T.