MEGATech Videos: ASUS Padfone X, Transformer Pads and Chromebooks (COMPUTEX 2014) Michael Kwan June 18, 2014 MEGATech Videos On the mobile side of the ASUS booth at COMPUTEX 2014, they were going a little Google happy. You might remember when we went to see ASUS at CES earlier this year and how they were proud to announce that the ASUS Padfone X would be coming to United States. Now, the AT&T-exclusive is ready to get in your hands. What you get for $199 on contract is a flagship quality 5-inch Android smartphone that can then fit into a tablet dock to provide you with a seamless bigger screen experience. Going beyond the Padfone X, ASUS also had several other notable products on display. Continuing with the Google Android experience, we find a new range of Android-powered notebooks that give you that PC-like experience within the Google-infused environment. Like some other products from the Transformer line in the past, the Transformer Pad will also allow you to remove the keyboard dock from the equation to get a pure Android tablet experience. Look for these Intel Atom Z3745-powered tablets to launch June 22 for $320. If you prefer something that is much more affordable and sticks to the notebook form factor, then you’ll want to see the new ASUS Chromebook range in both 11.6-inch and 13.3-inch variations as the Chromebook C200 and C300 respectively. Under the hood, you’ll find the newest Intel Bay Trail-M processor for pretty good performance. Both versions are expected to sell for $249. Check out our video below for a closer look at the Padfone X, Transformer Books, and Chromebooks and be sure to keep it locked for more from COMPUTEX 2014. Share This With The World!