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Even cooler than the iPad: ASUS introduced a tablet on the Snapdragon 7c Gen 2 ARM processor with Windows 11

Yesterday, September 13, ASUS officially introduced its latest ExpertBook B3 transforming tablet, the main feature of which is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c Gen 2 ARM processor. Thanks to it, the manufacturer, for example, promises a potential buyer up to 21 hours of battery life, which is more than pleasant even for the most advanced competitors in the segment. And, importantly, the tablet easily transforms into an almost full-fledged laptop thanks to a full-size detachable keyboard and a built-in stand on the back of the device, which also supports two tablet orientations.

ASUS representatives said they see this device in a variety of usage scenarios – for example, the tablet can be used in production, in small business offices, or even in the educational field. The thing is that the device weighs only 590 grams – with such a diagonal and performance, the tablet is really light, although there are no records here compared to competitors. In addition, this is the first tablet with Windows on board and an ARM processor that received a built-in stylus – there is a special storage section in the case, and the display, of course, supports this input tool.

A double stand on the back of the gadget allows you to install the device both vertically and horizontally – in certain scenarios, this is really convenient. Yes, and the characteristics of the gadget are very good – the gadget received 4 or 8 GB of RAM and a built-in 128 GB drive (there are no options to choose from), and the display diagonal reaches 10.5 inches with an aspect ratio of 16:10. The resolution is 1920×1200 pixels, there is a USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C port and a headphone jack, a 5 MP front camera and a 13 MP main camera.

But the main advantage is the full-fledged Windows 11 Home operating system, which comes in S mode. Moreover, for educational institutions, the company will release tablets based on Windows 11 Pro, so the mobile device provides more than enough opportunities. And although convertible tablets have long died out, like the entire segment of tablets outside the Apple range, at $ 600 for the basic version of the ASUS ExpertBook B3 Detachable has a good chance of success.

Source: Trash Box

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