Asus Transformer Book T100 combines the functionality of a notebook with the comfort of a tablet

Asus Introduces Transformer Book T100. The Transformer Book Duet Duet consists of two components: a detachable display, which can be used as a tablet, and a keyboard dock, which gives it all the functionality of a notebook. Asus CEO Johnny Shea noted, “The Asus Transformer Book T100 is the perfect reincarnation of the Eee PC, with the benefits of a detachable touch screen, rich multimedia capabilities, and long battery life.


The Asus Transformer Book T100 is a 10.1-inch ultraportable notebook powered by the quad-core Intel Atom processor. Its detachable HD display can be used on its own as a tablet running Windows 8.1. The Transformer Book T100 boasts a sleek design and superior mobility. The device weighs only 1.07 kg, while its tablet component weighs only 550 g.

Great performance with great energy efficiency on this new device thanks to Intel Atom Bay Trail-T processor Z3740. The Transformer Book T100 has up to 11 hours of battery life. A Windows 8 multi-touch touchpad with finger gesture support, an ergonomic keyboard and a multitouch touchpad allow users to interact with their media.1 and a multi-touch IPS display, which also boasts excellent color reproduction and wide viewing angles 178° . The Transformer Book T100 comes preloaded with “Microsoft Office for Home and Learning 2013” with full versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote.

Asus also offers a 13.3-inch counterpart called the Asus Transformer Book T300. Powered by fourth-generation Intel Core processors, the Transformer Book T300 features a sleek, metallic design with a rugged chassis that doesn’t require recharging for up to eight hours.

Asus Transformer Book T100 is already on sale in the American market. The recommended retail price for the device is 17,990 Dollars.

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  1. Aspen

    This device seems like a great combination of a notebook and a tablet, but I’d like to know more about its performance. How does it handle multitasking and resource-intensive tasks? Is it suitable for gaming or video editing?

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