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Friday funny video: How to use a dual-screen Windows tablet in Starbucks

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Let’s face it: More often than not, the Apple(s aapl) logo is everywhere at Starbucks(s sbux). You see it on iPhones, iPads, iPods and MacBooks. Heck, occasionally you see it on a “portable” iMac! But the ol’ Microsoft Windows(s msft) branding appears from time to time, begging the question: How does one blend in with the Apple crowd with such a device?

Here’s the simple answer from Steve Paine, provided you’re using an Asus Taichi 21 in your local coffee shop:

I’ll be honest, I never really saw a use for the second touchscreen display on this Asus laptop. Now, I have. Of course, with the Asus Taichi 21 costing $1,300 or more, this is far more expensive than the old method of using an Apple sticker, no?

4 Responses to “Friday funny video: How to use a dual-screen Windows tablet in Starbucks”

  1. Tom Anderson

    The only other use that I can see for the Taichi is for presentations that you give at Starbucks. Your client sees the display on the back-side while you see the presenter side on the front.