Transformer Book T Chi review | TechRadarStrong build quality, an impressive display and solid battery life overcome a fiddly two-part charging mechanism and plethora of micro-USB ports. The Chi isn't quite a budget device, but it's well worth the extra money. Outed at CES alongside the company's flagship Its predecessor, the Transformer Book T , made an impression back in for being one of the first cheap Windows convertibles that could handle everyday computing tasks without buckling at the knees. While it wasn't for everyone due to its small, low-resolution display, absence of full-sized ports and average performance, it was thin and light, ran all of your old Windows programs and went for more than 10 hours before giving up the ghost. Compared to similarly-priced laptops, Chromebooks , and anything that ran Windows RT , the original T was a pretty sweet deal at the time. Two years later, the T Chi arrives as an upgraded model with positive energy seeping out of its 80 machine-drilled speaker holes probably.
Asus Transformer Book T100
Now Asus is back with a new range that runs Windows. The T is the 10in model in the range, which also includes the 12in T and the 8. This makes the T the most directly comparable to a full-size iPad with a keyboard dock. With a premium metal build, quality screen and the full power of Windows it could be the ultimate crossover device. On design alone the T is on the money.
Asus Transformer Book T100 Full Specifications
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