Asus’ first Bay Trail tablet is a convertible 10-inch model with Windows 8.1

by TabTimes Staff

September 12 2013

Asus unwrapped the Transformer Book T300, its first tablet running an Intel Atom Bay Trail processor, at Intel’s IDF press conference in San Francisco on Tuesday.

Following in the footsteps of Toshiba in announcing a Bay Trail tablet, Asus detailed the Transformer Boom T300 as being a convertible model (it comes with a keyboard dock) which features a 10.1-inch 1366 x 768 resolution IPS screen, a 1.33Ghz Intel Atom Z3740 quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM and between 32GB and 64GB of storage.

The tablet also runs the soon-to-launch Windows 8.1, has a 1.2MP camera, Microsoft Office Home & Student and comes with connections for USB, micro SD and micro HDMI. You can also tap into USB 3.0, a keyboard and a touchpad with the tablet dock.

Asus says that the Transformer Book T300 will launch in late October, with the 32GB model to retail for $349 and the 64GB version to go for $399. Both prices include the keyboard dock.

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