Presser kicks off on January 6 at 12 noon in Las Vegas

The ASUS CES press conference is set to take place at noon on Jan. 6, 2014 in Las Vegas, and the company looks set to continue its trend of "two-in-one" mobile devices. The first ASUS CES teaser, published today on YouTube, shows the Statue of Liberty brandishing two (or maybe just one) tablet, which switches color between green and blue. The caption reads: "Green or Blue? One or Two?" — and that's led to speculation that we'll see a dual-booting device of some sort, possibly a slate running both Android and Windows.

ASUS has tried its hand at hardware running both operating systems in the past with the Transformer Book Trio, though this wasn't a true dual-booting device. Samsung came closer to Android-plus-Windows interoperability with the Ativ Q, however this device has remained elusive since its announcement this summer.

Whatever ASUS comes out with, we'll be live from Las Vegas on the sixth to bring you full coverage.

Source: YouTube; via: Engadget


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ASUS teases CES press conference with another two-in-one device


I'll wait until it's released, before I get even remotely excited.

The US carriers were the reason why it wasn't sold here, at all, since its debut.

Posted from my "Gift from God" Nexus 5

Yeah, but Asus is a large enough brand to make a deal with devil. Not to mention tmobile carried the Xperia Z, so maybe they'll also carry the Asus Padfone

Posted via my defective Nexus 7(2013)

Asus is no Sony. And their brand has no meaning to Verizon, which is the mother ship. While I agree they should have the resources to release a phone in the US market, I think it's a bigger pain than we all realize.

Posted via Android Central App

I really wanted an Ativ Q. I hope ASUS can pull it off. I need high resolution, active pen, and plenty of RAM.

Posted via AC App on HTC One GPe

Asus make decent devices filled with problems. Look at the nexus 7 lines plagued with issues

Posted via Android Central App

After the dissapointment i have experienced with the Infinity and its slow performance, i would nt touch anything from Asus again.

My TF300 has been nothing but problems. I currently on my 3rd replacement. I'll never buy ASUS again.