And it has a "smart case"
Should note that Jen is wearing a round smartwatch.
Runs off a single USB-C cable
And we're talking about the ASUS Transformer 3 Pro 2-in-1 tablet now.
Also announced months ago.
Jen seems to have
narrow wrists and the ZenWatch 3 looks to be neither small nor thin on her wrist.
And it's always glowing, which isn't distracting at all.
Still recapping the Transformer 3 Pro.
It has HDMI, USB-C, and USB 3.0
And the ASUS pen. Write and draw and stuff.
And it has Harman Kardon speakers with a smart amp to make it 3.5x louder. So... okay.
There's also the ASUS Audio Pod, a multi-driver Bluetooth speaker.
And the ASUS ROG X2 Station 2 for external graphics and 4K gaming.
And ASUS is doing some VR stuff too, but... we're not talking about that right now.
And now we're recapping the announced-in-May ASUS Transformer 3!
It has a screen and touch and speakers and other things you'd expect from a tablet.
Intel Core processore, 512GB SSD, and USB-C/Thunderbolt 3.
Erik Hermanson, head of EMEA marketing is up
Going to introduce 2 new products.
First up: the ASUS ZenPad 3s 10
10-inch display, looks like... an iPad with a shiny edge
Based on how people use their tablets, ASUS designed for that.
78% screen-to-body ratio, and a slip 5.32mm bezel and fingerprint scanner on the front.
A "full metallic design".
Enhanced proprietary VisualMaster and SonicMaster tech.
5 speakers with magnetic drivers — up to 500% louder
Hi-res audio that's 4x better than a CD
DTS virtual 7.1 surround sound for headphones
Includes a Hexa-Core processor and 4GB of RAM.
Includes Need For Speed No Limit and SimCity Build It for free
5900mAh battery, 10 hours of video playback, 12 hours of web browsing, Quick Charge 3.0
And that's it for the ZenPad 3s 10
And he has the ZenWatch 3 as well.
And it has 3 buttons, so this is finally a production watch with the new version of Android Wear.
(that'd be Android Wear 3.0)