When Asus released the Transformer Book line of tablet-laptop hybrids, it grabbed a lot of attention — and a lot of headlines. It was the first device from a major manufacturer to try to bridge the gulf between the fun and convenience of a tablet, and the use and productivity of a traditional laptop. Now they’ve gone one step further. The company has introduced the Transformer Book Trio – a device with two processors, two operating systems and two ways of using it. (Why not call it the “Duo?”) When it’s in tablet mode, the machine is a pretty standard Android tablet running off an intel Atom processor, but when you hook it up to its base to transform the device, it suddenly becomes an i5 or i7 laptop running Windows 8. So what do you think… brilliant innovation, or awkward mix?