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August 20, 2014

Revamped ASUS Transformer Book T100 lands, priced at Php23,995

ASUS Philippines has recently announced the arrival of the revamped version of the Transformer Book T100 which now runs on a faster quad-core Intel Atom Z3775 processor.

ASUS transformer Book T100 2014

Asus Transformer Book T100 (2014) specs:
10.1-inch IPS LCD display @ 1366×768 pixels, 155ppi
Intel Atom Z3775 1.46GHz quad-core CPU
Intel HD Graphics
2GB DDR3 RAM
64GB eMMC + 500GB HDD
expandable to 64GB via microSD
1.2MP webcam
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth 4.0
micro HDMI port
USB 3.0 port
Windows 8.1
263 x 171 x 10.5mm (dimensions)
550g (weight, tablet only)

Other than the revamped chipset, the new Transformer Book T100 pretty much has the same configuration and design as the older T100 that was released last year. Speaking of which, ASUS Philippines is not going to discontinue the old T100 and will instead sell for it a lower price (Php22,995).

The new Transformer Book T100 is now available in local tech stores for Php23,995 and comes three color variants, Black, Red and White.


13 Responses to “Revamped ASUS Transformer Book T100 lands, priced at Php23,995”

  1. diego delos santos says:

    hello, ask ko lang is this full windows 8.1? some of my files lalo ng mga bir forms di binabasa ng nokia lumia 1520 na I updated to 8.1 and after asking around sa mga forums dapat full windows daw gamitin ko.

    ano po ba mas maganda as a mobile productivity tool, this new t100 or the acer aspire switch 10 na me 500gb?

    any news kung me dadating dito sa atin ng dell venue pro 8 or bigger screen? un daw kasi ang full windows.

    • ramon says:

      get a real laptop it is a better buy than hybrids like these.

    • suigeneris says:

      If you’re looking at portability first and then performance second, this or the Acer Switch 10 may be good alternatives. Don’t expect too much in terms of performance though.

      It would probably be a good device for productivity tasks (ms office), very light photo editing and not so processor intensive games.

  2. sam says:

    this is already full windows, this can open any files you throw at it. htere is a big difference between windows phone 8.1 and windows 8.1! if you want you can even downgrade this to windows 7!

  3. Chuck
    Twitter: ronnel0918
    says:

    Wish they also bumped the memory to 4GB.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Other than a 64-bit processor, I am also waiting for 4GB memory. Only then will I be considering this.

  5. Al says:

    Hope theres 11.6 inch version…. Still love my vivobook though

    • t200ta says:

      11.6 inch version is also available locally already under the name T200TA priced at 24,995 carrying the same specs albeit the bigger screen nga.

    • Al says:

      Thanks bro, might reconsider. I have to see this in person!

  6. jkj says:

    Hi T200TA,
    Been looking for the asus transformer book T200TA. You say it’s local;ly available? May I know what store? I sent Asus Philippines an inquiry but I got no reply. Would appreciate it if you can point me in the right direction.

  7. Typical says:

    the asus vivobook x202e i3 is still the better choice even if it doesnt actually split into tablet. the performance is totally way better

  8. Zobel says:

    10K of the price goes to Microsoft. We really should all get together and stop sending money to Ballmer.

  9. keemchee says:

    Uhm, Ballmer is not connected with Microsoft anymore, he retired from that post

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