ASUS Transformer Book T100 Chi Specifications and information
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|The ASUS Transformer Book T100 Chi is a dockable tablet based on Intel's Baytrail Atom Z3775 processor. It comes with a keyboard dock for a better writing experience. Built-in storage comes in two flavours, either 32 or 64 GB of eMMC, however you get one year of 1TB OneDrive Storage. The 30Wh battery has a proclaimed runtime of up to 10 hours. In terms of ports it offers a microUSB 3.0, a microUSB 2.0, MicroHDMI and a microSD card slot.|
|64GB and 128GB eMMC SSD options will be offered. USB 3.0 and higher-power processor are improvements over the original ASUS T100.|
In the UMPC database since 19-01-2015
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ASUS Transformer Book T100 Chi Specifications
|Model name||Transformer Book T100 Chi||CPU||
Intel Atom Z3775|
|CPU speed||1460 Mhz|
|Graphics||Intel HD (Gen 7 Baytrail)|
|OS||Microsoft Windows 8.1|
|Display Size||10.1" 1920 X 1200||Screen Type
|Battery capacity||30 Wh|
|Weight (Minimum)||570gm / 1.26 pounds|
Line-out / Headphone (3.5mm)
USB 3.0 (Micro)
|Wireless Interfaces||802.11 a/b/g/n|
BT 4.0+ HSR
No Wireless WAN (e.g. 4G)
Ambient light sensor
IPS / Wide-View Display
|*Specifications can vary|
|ASUS Transformer Book T100 Chi prices|
|USA||$399||11 Feb 15|
|ASUS Transformer Book T100 Chi popularity (12 months)|
|ASUS Transformer Book T100 Chi news and review links.||Date|
|ASUS Transformer Book T100 Chi manufacturers website||23/02/19|
|Amazon Germany early listing for T100 Chi (Aff. link)||23/02/19|
|Full Review: Notebookcheck.||23/02/19|
|T100 Chi Review - Pocket Lint||23/02/19|
|T100 Chi review by Tabtec||23/02/19|
|Notebookcheck Review: Asus Transformer Book T100 Chi||23/02/19|
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ASUS Transformer Book T100 Chi alternatives
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