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|8th June 2012, 06:47||#1|
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ASUS Demonstrates Displays with Integrated Touch and WiDi
Years ago ASUS made the transition from being just a motherboard company to a notebook manufacturer. These days I'm getting the distinct impression ASUS would like to be much more than just a notebook company. It has been building everything from displays to routers for quite a while now, but ASUS is definitely ramping up its focus on all things peripheral to motherboards and systems.
At Computex we got a glimpse of two ASUS displays, one that brings integrated Intel Wireless Display (WiDi) technology (pictured above) and one that integrates touch. Although I wouldn't rely on WiDi as a primary interface for my display due to latency, it does make it easier to temporarily "connect" another machine to your display.
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