Asus is working on a whole range of notebook touchscreen designed specifically to deliver a 360-degree use with Windows 8. They are called Vivobook (these links can provide insight into the Vivobook S200 and S400 ) and all have a touch screen, but are not the only ultraportable Asus touchscreen that will available from October 26, 2012.
On the lists of online shops have appeared in the American Asus Q200E , which seem to all intents and purposes a slight variation of VivoBook S200. The salient feature of this notebook is a 11.6-inch display multitouch placed inside a cover in brushed aluminum. The technical equipment includes a processor Intel Core i3-2365M 1.4 GHz, 4GB of DDR3 RAM and a 500GB hard drive . Network interfaces include an 802.11n WiFi module and a Gigabit Ethernet LAN, while the range of ports ranges from 3 USB (one in version 3.0) video outputs HDMI and VGA.
We speak then of an ultraportable medium-low with Windows 8 operating system and will be offered at prices of the order of 500-600 dollars / euro. On the opposite side supply of 11-inch laptop from Asus is to position the template X201E.
Asus X201E can in fact be regarded as a netbook , the same way of the new Asus F201E . His position is in the lower end of the market, as a product of the first price . Despite the hardware equipment has been simplified to the maximum, it still offers an Intel Celeron processor 847 at 1.1 GHz, 2GB of DDR3 RAM and a 320GB hard drive.