ASUS T90 Chi vs Toshiba Click Mini

Posted on 07 January 2015 by

These two 8.9-inch dockable WIndows tablets were launched at CES 2015 and go head-to-head in a new section of the ultra-mobile PC market. The retail price on the ASUS T90 Chi and Toshiba Click Mini are the same but there are a lot of differences in the two products. Weight is the first thing to note with the T90 coming in as 75% of the weight of the Click Mini but it fights back by including an extra battery in the keyboard dock, which happens to be a true dock and not just a Bluetooth keyboard stand.

ASUS Transformer Book T90 Chi

ASUS Transformer Book T90 Chi


Toshiba Satellite Click Mini



ASUS Transformer Book T90 Chi Advantages

Toshiba Satellite Click Mini

  • Lighter weight (tablet and full system)
  • Better styling
  • 64GB entry-level storage
  • Available globally
  • Slightly faster CPU
  • Full HD screen
  • Full SD card slot (on keyboard)
  • Additional USB port (full size) on keyboard.
  • Additional battery in keyboard.
  • Micro HDMI output on tablet
  • Better battery life.

 Full specifications and more information including links to reviews in our database.  Full specifications and more information including links to reviews in our database.

These two 8.9-inch tablets were launched in Jan 2015 and are not yet available for full review. As soon as they are we will be adding our evaluation below and adding more information to this page. If you have experience with the two devices, feel free to drop comments in below.

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