Why choose between Windows 8 and Android when you can have both?
Windows 8 represents a radical redesign of Windows as we've come to know it, and the touch-friendly user interface (UI) encourages PC makers to think outside the box in terms of hardware design. Well, they've been doing that, some proving better at it than others. Interestingly, Asus (pronounced "ey soos") is gambling that consumers will appreciate an all-in-one hybrid that dual boots Windows 8 and Android, and what better place to roll the dice on a new design than in Las Vegas at the Consumer Electronics Show? Let's have a look.
We visit MSI's booth at CES to spy new products for 2013.
Over the next few days, we'll be posting lots of video coverage of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, which you can stay on top of by visiting our website daily and/or subscribing to our YouTube channel (MaximumPCMag). One of our first stops was MSI's suite, where ace reporter and Online Editor Jimmy Thang got the skinny on the company's new gaming laptops and Windows 8 S20 convertible tablet. Hit the jump for the virtual tour.