The good: The Asus Taichi 21 offers a clever implementation of a dual-screen design in a slim Core i7 chassis.
The bad: Only one of the screens is touch-enabled, which feels like a major oversight. There are probably only a handful of situations where you’d need an outward-facing display.
The bottom line: More of a clever proof-of-concept than a practical product, the Asus Taichi still delivers on its basic promise, combining two displays for a unique take on the laptop/tablet/hybrid genre.
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