The worlds ‘thinnest’ windows tablet is almost here!

Ben Rayner
April 9, 2015

After their unveiling at CES, the Asus Transformer Book Chi T100 and Chi T300 have been on a lot of peoples radars. Mine included.

Thankfully, the long wait is almost over as we now know that, for one of the models at least, a launch is just around the corner.

The Chi T100 will be landing in stores on April 13th at a price of £399, while the Chi T300 will come a little later on at the end of June for a slightly larger sum of £669.

The Chi T100 lands as a fan-less 10-inch tablet that comes with a detachable keyboard included in the price.

Powered by an Intel Atom chip (albeit the slightly older older Z3775 Bay Trail variant) coming in at a super thin 7.2mm, Asus are boasting what they believe is the worlds thinnest windows tablet, even beating the Surface which comes in at an ever so slightly bulkier 8.7mm.

It comes packed with a 1920 x 1200 pixel-resolution display, 2GB of RAM, 64GB of eMMC onboard storage, all-day battery life (according to Asus anyway) and one year of Office 365.

If you don’t mind a longer wait, then the 12.5 inch T300 is a nudge upwards, offering a 2,560 x 1,440 pixel-resolution display, Intel Core M CPU and 128GB iSSD for storage.





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