Summary: The Asus Taichi 31 is clearly not aimed at the average joe. In fact, it’s probably a little too extravagant as a rich man’s toy as well. I think the video on Asus’s website sums up the demographic for the Taichi perfectly. The notebook is great if you’re in sales and need to impress some affluent client as the dual screen is best used in this scenario. Other than this, the Taichi 31 is a hard sell, especially at its asking price of Rs 1,39,999 for the Core i7 version.
Review: ASUS TAICHI 31 - Are Two Heads Better Than One?
22 July 2013
Excerpt: The advent of Windows 8 has spawned a huge number of touchscreen notebooks and many of them come with a convertible form factor that enables them to switch instantly between the tablet and laptop form. While some have used screens that rotate around a hinged frame, others have screens that rotate around their base.
Pros: Stylish; Good performance; 2 Full HD IPS screens; Long battery backup.
Cons: Erratic touchpad; Heavy for a tablet; Not meant for serious gaming; Few practical uses of dual screen; Very expensive.