Summary: As an ultrabook, the Asus Taichi does offer a rather unique package. It does well on both the build quality as well as the performance front. But we don't really think the secondary display makes a lot of sense at this time, unless you want to show off often. You should essentially consider the Taichi 31 for the Full HD display, and the very good keyboard.
Pros: Classy build, Dual display implementation, Comfortable keyboard, Good battery life
Cons: Needs to be handled with utmost care, Costs a lot of money, Only 4GB RAM
Review Asus Taichi 31-CX003H Convertible Ultrabook
18 May 2013
Summary: Double-decker. Asus seems to have thought: "One Full HD IPS screen is nothing special" and simply builds two of the high definition screens into its Taichi 31 tablet-ultrabook. How the extravagant 13-incher fares in our tests and whether the tablet-ultrabook hybrid is compelling is revealed here.
Pros: 2 premium Full HD IPS screens, Good build (aluminum unibody), Swift work speed owing to SSD, Decent sound quality, Low emissions, The stylish and elegant design of the Taichi 31 in its robust aluminum unibody casing.
Cons: Throttling during full load, Low graphics and CPU power, Heavy weight for a tablet, High price, Less weight, which is likely only difficult to achieve for construction reasons. 1.5 kg is simply too much, especially for a tablet.