The Asus Transformer Book V is named for its five different modes of operation -- as an Android phone, tablet or laptop, as a Windows tablet or as a notebook.

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The 5-inch Book Transformer V is powered by an Intel Moorefield with LTE support. The phone has 2GB of RAM and up to 64GB of onboard storage.

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The new 8-inch FonePad

There's no word on whether the keyboard has any hardware built in, as the tablet works as a Windows tablet by itself.

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Both the tablet and phone have Intel's processors inside.

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While not as slim as the Transformer Book T300 Chi, the Book V is still pretty thin.

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Here's the Book V in Windows mode.

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Meet the Transformer Book T300 Chi, a super slim two-in-one.

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The tablet part of the Chi is a ridiculous 7.3mm thin.

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Aside from being incredibly thin, the Transformer Book T300 Chi also includes a 2,560x1,400 resolution screen.

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Check out the metal finish.

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The Transformer Book T300 Chi runs Windows 8 and includes 4G connectivity.

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Even the keyboard is incredibly thin.

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Asus Chairman Jonney Shih shows off the 8-inch FonePad. Like the rest of the new range, it runs on Intel Atom and includes dual SIM, 3G, and a 1,280x800 screen.

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