This is the Transformer 3 Pro, one of three tablets Asus unveiled on Monday at Computex.
The 2-in-1 aluminium PC is just 8.35mm (0.3 inches) thick.
The Transformer 3 Pro comes with an Intel Core i7 processor.
The 12.6-inch display has a crystal clear resolution of 2,880x1,920 pixels, giving it a density of 275 pixels per inch.
Like the newly announced Zenbook 3, the Transformer 3 Pro comes with up to 1TB of SSD storage and 16GB of RAM.
The premium 2-in-1 PC comes in two colours, Icicle Gold and Glacier Gray, and starts at $999 (which converts to £685 and AU$1,395).
This is the Transformer 3, which is cheaper than its Pro sibling. It starts at $799 (which converts to £545 and AU$1,115).
Being 6.9mm thick and weighing 695 g (0.27 inches and 1.5 pounds), the Transformer 3 is thinner and lighter than the Pro.
Despite being smaller, it has the same sized screen and display resolution as the Pro.
The Transformer 3 offers up to 512GB of SSD storage and 8GB of RAM.
Asus hyped the battery life of the Transformer 3, claiming a solid 9 hours.
The third tablet device the Taiwanese company unveiled was the Asus Transformer Mini.
This ditches the Intel Core processors of the two Transformer 3's for an Atom X5.
The switch in processor means the Mini isn't as powerful, but that in turn boosts the battery life to around 11 hours.
Asus is calling it the world's lightest 2-in-1 PC. It weighs just 530g (1.16 lbs).
Packing a 10.1-inch display, the Mini is 8.2mm (0.32 inches) thin.
The tablet comes in either Quartz Gray or Pearl White, with keyboard options in those two colours, plus Amber, Mint Green and Icicle Gold.