Asus has presented at Computex in Taipei the last member of his family Transformer, the Transformer Book Trio, a netbook convertible with the ability to be used as a tablet, laptop and desktop, in addition to two of the most popular operating systems, Windows 8 and Android 4, “Jelly Bean”.

The convertible netbook claims to be the All-in-One definitive. For this, two simultaneous hardware configurations, which will alternate depending on the use we are doing at the time of the Trio. For one, it has a powerful processor fourth generation i7 4500U for Windows and an Intel Atom Z2580 for when making use of Android. In the Storage section, is 1 TB with traditional magnetic hard disk and also will have a 64 GB flash memory. As in the previous case, will have a capacity or the other depending on the operating system are using. No data have shown that be pre-installed RAM, or whether it will be possible to extend it.

This difference is that the Atom processor and flash memory are housed behind the screen of the netbook convertible while the i7 and the HDD are in the dock with keyboard. When you split up the two pieces, we will use the screen as a tablet with Android. In contrast, if the screen is connected to the dock is possible to also start Windows.

Besides being able to be used as a tablet and portable, the Transformer Book Trio will offer users the ability to connect to a screen through its keyboard dock, so that can be used as a desktop computer. These three options provide the opportunity to have a total experience with one device, which given its versatility can be used in all situations.

Asus has not revealed the release date or the price of the convertible netbook, but considering two configurations riding full and independent hardware can deduce that there is at all a low cost product.