Asus has announced the launch of its new 2 in 1 Transformer Book T101, equipped with a 10.1-inch screen and a compact metal design that weighs in total only 580 grams (1.08 kg with the keyboard). The great novelty of this convertible is the incorporation of a reversible hinge that gives the team a greater versatility with respect to its predecessors.
Thanks to the reversible hinge (of which Asus presumes to support more than 25,000 opening and closing cycles), this 2 in 1 can be used in four different ways: laptop, tablet, tent mode to share the screen in an easy and Simple, and support mode for playing movies or other multimedia content. In addition, as it is a team that provides autonomy of up to 11 hours, it is an ideal companion for users who need a great mobility.
Asus has manufactured the Transformer Book T101 with aluminum on its exterior and a keyboard with pattern inspired by a bee hive, two factors that make the equipment quite resistant as well as elegant. By the way the manufacturer will offer it in color Pink gold, Mint Green and Gray glacier. In addition, this fact allows the equipment to be quite thin and light, which is always appreciated.
The keyboard incorporates keys with scissors mechanism of 1.5 mm of activation, in addition to a touchpad that allows the handling of the advanced options of Windows 10 with the gestures and technology of recognition of the palm of the hand that avoids that introduces errors On the touchpad while typing with the keyboard.
In terms of hardware, its 10.1-inch display has 1200 x 800 pixel (HD) resolution with up to 400 cd / m2 maximum brightness and 178-degree viewing angles. It incorporates an Intel Atom X5 processor (Cherry Trail), up to 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of eMMC storage, card reader, WiFi 802.11ac dual-band, a standard Type-A USB port and a micro HDMI for video output .
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What Asus has not said is the date of availability in stores or the price that will have these new equipment.
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