At CES 2015, Asus has unveiled the new Transformer Book Chi series, which includes three new detachable 2-in-1 Windows PCs running Windows 8.1, and they are the thinnest hybrid devices we have ever seen.
The Asus T90 and T100 are hybrid devices using Intel’s Atom processors, while the T300 will ship with Intel’s Core M processor.
The T90 is the smallest of the three with an 8.9-inch display and 7.5mm thick, running a screen resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels and it has streamlined aluminum unibody design with a metallic cover.
The Asus T100 is a 10.1-inch device at 7.2mm thick is the world’s thinnest Windows tablet in its category. The screen resolution is Full HD (1,920 x 1,080 pixels) IPS display, and supports an optional Active Pen for note taking.
The Transformer Book Chi T100 also comes with a year subscription of Office 365 Personal and 1TB of OneDrive cloud storage.
The Transformer Book T300, features an Intel Core M processor, which makes the device 2x faster and thinner than the MacBook Air. It’s also a 12.5-inch device with a WQHD display at 2,560 x 1,440 pixel resolution and TrueVivid technology for better image quality. Battery life clocks up to 8 hours and there is an optional Active Pen to take notes.
The Transformer Book Chi series features Type B USB compatible with USB 3.0 and they don’t heat up under heavy use. All three devices come with a dock with a Bluetooth keyboard.
The new Asus hybrid Windows PCs will be available in February. The Transformer Book Chi T300 has a price tag of $699, while the T100 starts at $399, and the T90 will cost $299.