Asus wants to sell you a Microsoft Windows tablet regardless of whether you like size small, medium or large. The company debuted three new Transformer Book Chi tablets on Monday at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show in a range of sizes and prices.
The flagship Transformer Book Chi T300 reminds me of a [company]Microsoft[/company] Surface Pro but you won’t get quite the same level of performance. This $799 2-in-1 device with 128GB flash storage uses a new 1.2 GHz [company]Intel[/company] Core M processor to balance out battery life. Even so, Asus says it’s more powerful than the [company]Apple[/company] iPad Air; it made several references to Apple’s 2013 tablet, noting that the new T300 is just 7.6 millimeters thin. That is pretty thin for a full Windows 8.1 device, helped by the fanless design.
That 12.5-inch display can be configured up to 2560 x 1440 resolution, and I thought it looked crisp in…
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