ASUS just took the stage during its 2015 Consumer Electronics Show press conference where CEO Johnny Shih made several product announcements. Those products include the new Transformer Book Chi family of Windows tablet convertibles. The family is composed of the T100 Chi, the T300 Chi and the T90 Chi.
ASUS chairman Johnny Chih compared the high-end Transformer Book Chi device to the Apple MacBook Air and said it offers twice the speed and highlighted the device’s razor thin formfactor. It features a full-size keyboard and up to 8 hours of battery life. “The ASUS Transformer Book Chi is the ultimate dream machine,” Shih said.
There are three sizes, as we noted above. The flagship T300 Chi feautres a 12.5-inch display iwth a 2460 x 1440-pixel resolution, an Intel Core M processor, either 4GB or 8GB of RAM and an 128GB SSD drive. It will retail for $799 with a WQHD display and $699 for a full HD model.
The second model is the T100 Chi with a 10.1-inch display, an Intel Atom processor, Windows 8.1 and more. It will retail for $399.
Finally, the T90 Chi features 2GB RAM, an 8.9-inch display with a 1280 x 800-pixel display, 32GB or 64GB of storage, Windows 8.1 and more. It will retail starting at $299.
All three Transformer Book Chi products will be available in February.