With CES press conference Monday in full swing today, Asus has announced the latest generation of the company’s ongoing Transformer line of computers. Dubbed the Transformer Book Chi, Asus’s latest family of transformers are a collection of 2-in-1 detachable computers designed to bridge the gap between ultrabooks and tablets, allowing the conversion between the two by adding/removing a detachable keyboard from the main tablet body.
Asus Transformer Book Chi
2560x1440 or 1920x1080
Intel Core M 5Y10/5Y71
Intel Atom Z3775
Intel ATom Z3775
317.8mm x 191.6mm x 7.6mm
265mm x 174.5mm x 7.2mm
241mm x 137.5mm x 7.5mm
Built around x86 and Windows, the Chi family will come in three sizes. The largest and flagship of the Chis is the T300, which at 12.5&rdquo...
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