Computex: Asus shows off Windows 8 powered notebooks, tablets and all-in-one PCs

Lee Bell
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Firm pushes yet more hybrid devices

TAIPEI: Asus has unveiled a line of notebooks, tablets and all-in-one PCs running the Windows 8 operating system (OS) at Computex as yet another hardware firm commits to Microsoft's forthcoming platform....

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