Although it was not designed for that need, more and more companies are presenting products that take Android to the traditional personal computer market. Normally a PC needs an operating system that offers many more possibilities and much more powerful than another designed with a phone in mind, and that is why traditionally both types of systems have had different software. However, that line that was once very clear is now blurring. Mobile operating systems have more and more potential, and have their own advantages.
That's why it makes sense Asus Transformer Book Trio. It is a hybrid between tablet and laptop, like the Transformer Pad Infinity, but with the big difference that it runs two different operating systems, in addition to two different processors. How does this work?