Computex Taipei 2013 - ASUS have shown off their upcoming Zenbook Infinity, their sure fire hit of a product. There's not much known on the Zenbook Infinity, apart from the amazingly seductive way ASUS showed it off in the Le Meridien, Taipei.
It was housed in a square glass case, where what felt like half of Taipei were standing around with cameras snapping videos away. It looks incredible, it's thin and beautiful, and I'm sure it would even feel like that, too. We can't go on too much about it, as there's nothing to go on, but you can bet your bottom dollar that as soon as we sniff up the trail, we'll be on it like crazy.
If I had to guess some specs, I'm expecting no less than Intel's fourth-generation Core processor, aka Haswell, 16GB of RAM, a high-resolution display (ASUS wouldn't confirm if it were over 1080p or not, something I hope), and a 256GB (or so) SSD. The keyboard looks great, from what I could see through the glass, but we'll just have to wait and see.
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