Please Asus, make a good 12" 2-in-1 or detachable.
It'd be good if we can a 3:2 aspect ratio, either Windows tablet or Convertible.
Reason, Windows had been moving towards touch since 8, and Squarer aspect ratios are better for tablets, and for productive works. Something around 12" is just the right size.
Also, it needs dual disks drives, in fact, more product lines should have dual disk drives, many people are using laptops only and not getting a desktop or AIO, but the lack of Multi DiskDrives is one thing that prevent many good newer Asus laptops from being able to fully replace desktops. If there's no one to squeeze in 2 M.2 SSD on a Zenbook, how about giving us either a UFS Card Reader (in addition to a SD reader, these 2 looks similar but are not the same) as the D Drive, which is recognized as Internal and not Removable storage. Or, just put a 512GB or 1TB Kioxia eUFS as the D drive? Those don't take up much space. If using card reader, give us a 512GB or 1TB SSD as the C Drive, if using eUFS, let the C drive be 128GB or 256GB, and with 16GB Optane if using Intel CPU. For budget VivoBooks, use emmc for it's C drives and give us a 2.5" Sata slot, budget device can afford to be a bit bulkier.
Back to a good 12" Detachable. It'd be good if it can be a do everything lightweight desktop replacement, hence this is what the kind of Specs I hope it can have: 1800x1200 or 1920x1200 120Hz OLED display, Ryzen 6000 Series U Type R3 or R5 CPU with 16GB OB RAM, 256GB SSD and 1TB UFS3.1. At least one USB 4.0, one USB-C, 2 USB-A, and one mSD slot, and use a dongle for HDMI, 3.5mm and 2 extra USB-A. Having the Flow X13's XG-Mobile dock would also be good.