If you like your laptops casual, mobile and flexible but don’t want to shell out a ton of money for one, the ASUS Transformermight be for you. Based on the Braswell platform (2015 entry-level) these home-targeted convertibles come with a good size battery, Windows 10 and silence! There’s a hands-on video for you below but first lets take a look at the specifications.
The specifications look very much like the 2014 Transformer Book T200TA but the Windows 10 casting features should be supported.isn’t a detachable it’s a Yoga-style fold-back design. For some, that could be better because having a fold-back stand is worth gold when you need a connected screen while watching TV. Note the USB-C and USB 3.0 ports. Miracast and other
- CPU: Braswell Celeron or Pentium.
- Screen: 11.6-inches 1366 x 768 IPS
- RAM: 4 GB
- Storage: 32 GB or 64 GB (probably eMMC)
- WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0
- USB 3.0, USB 2.0, USB-C, Micro-HDMI, Headset jack
- Separate DC-in.
- Battery: 38 Wh
- Size: 297 x 201.3 x 18.45
- Weight: 1.2 KG
- Availability: Q3 2015
- Price: Unknown
Mobilegeeks highlight the ‘huge’ trackpad and a thin aluminum cover. It’s confirmed to be fanless. As with all the new generation Windows laptops and tablets we’re talking about full 64-bit operating system compatibility.
Pricing hasn’t been given but given that the T200TA started at about $350, expect the Asus Trnasformer Book Flip TP200 to be about the same (32 GB / 2 GB) and going to $450 for the 64 GB / 4GB RAM version. Those pricing estimates are yet to be confirmed though.
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