Asus develops transforming robotic tower for lazy gamers

The tower has been developed in collaboration with case manufacturer In Win
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Computing vendor Asus has gone one step further at the Computex 2015 trade show, with a new transforming PC tower.

A button at the front of the tower reportedly opens up the device, like a Transformer robot, which lifts its component case out from its depths.

The tower has been developed in collaboration with case manufacturer In Win, and provides lazy gamers with instant access to components that do not wish to pick apart devices themselves.

According to Gizmodo, Asus is hoping to sell the transforming tower to consumers, but no pricing has been revealed yet.

No name has been given to the device either (here’s hoping Optimus Prime or Megatron make the cut).

Take a look at the video for the PC tower below: 

This isn’t the only product to come from Asus, the company also revealed the ZenPad 8, a hand bag style tablet and a new smart watch named the ZenWatch 2.

The ZenWatch 2 comes with a digital crown and is available in two different sizes, while the ZenPad 8 boasts interchangeable cover designs.

Check out all the Computex 2015 news here.

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