Several dual-booting ASUS tablets have passed through FCC filing today. The tablers will be capable of running both Android and Windows software. The Taiwanese company is one of a few companies that has experimented with dual-booting devices before.
A fresh batch of ASUS tablets were spotted in an FCC filing today, including several dual-booting models capable of running both Android and Windows software. The company appears to be developing nine different models in total, with three (the M80T, L80T, and R80T) running just Windows and another three (the M81T, L81T, and R81T) devoted to Google’s Android OS.