He also demonstrated some of the new applications the notebooks enable when running on Windows Live Essential Suite BETA, such as wireless full-screen video conferencing and VoIP capabilities.
Moving onto touch-screen computing, Shih showed off the ASUS N20 ultra-portable notebook with a touch sensitive interface, which allows the user to open, move and interact with onscreen applications. He also introduced the Eee PC T91 multi-touch tablet, the latest in the line of ASUS’s lower-cost systems.
Shih highlighted the new ASUS M50 line, which includes a separate 4.3-inch screen run by a secondary computer, which is designed to conserve energy. Through the secondary computer, users can select different widgets or even project a movie onto the notebook’s screen without booting up the main system.