ASUS Transformer Book T100TA-C1-GR 10.1″ Detachable 2-in-1 Touchscreen Laptop, 64GB

ASUS Transformer Book T100TA-C1-GR 10.1″ Detachable 2-in-1 Touchscreen Laptop, 64GB

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ASUS X200 Series

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ASUS Transformer Book T100- Transform Your Mobile Lifestyle

The all-new Transformer Book T100 transforms your mobile lifestyle with a 2-in-1 ultraportable design and an amazing 11 hours battery life that will never tie you down. On one hand, it is a performance notebook with an Intel Atom Bay Trail-T Z3740 Quad Core processor and Microsoft Office 2013 Home & Student preinstalled for great productivity. On the other hand, it is a 10.1″ HD touchscreen display that works as a standalone Windows 8.1 tablet for all your entertainment needs.


  • 2-in-1 ultraportable notebook with a 10″ detachable tablet
  • Latest Windows 8.1 operating system preinstalled with Microsoft Office 2013 Home & Student
  • New Intel Atom Bay Trail-T Z3740 Quad Core processor delivers the power to seamlessly switch between applications
  • All-day computing with up to 11 hrs battery life on one single charge1
  • Comfortable keyboard dock with multi-touch touchpad and USB 3.0 for productivity on-the-go
  • Share and connect anywhere you go with unlimited ASUS Webstorage space for 1 year

Incredible Design

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Mobile Style

2-in-1 Ultraportable laptop and tablet

ASUS Transformer Book T100 is two computers in one, featuring a 10.1-inch ultraportable and a detachable HD display that can be used as a standalone Windows 8.1 tablet. With a sleek design and a durable finish, the Transformer Book T100 is not only one of the lightest ultraportables currently available at just 2.4lbs, but also one of the lightest 10-inch tablets around, at 1.2 lbs.

11hrs long battery life1

The ASUS Transformer Book T100 delivers up to 11 hours use between battery charges1 thanks to the energy efficient Intel AtomT Bay Trail-T processor and exclusive ASUS Super Hybrid Engine II technology which extends battery life by intelligently managing power consumption.

Incredible Touch

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Mobility for Work

Intel quad-core processor lets you do more while on-the-go

Transformer Book T100 features the new Intel Atom™ Bay Trail-T Z3740 quad-core processor for smooth multi-tasking performance and incredible energy efficiency that can last up to 11 hours1 on battery power.

Complete compatibility with Windows 8.1

Windows 8.1 with an x86 processor gives full compatibility with new and legacy hardware and software.

Microsoft Office 2013 Home & Student

Preinstalled with Microsoft Office Home & Student 2013 with full versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote, the ASUS Transformer Book T100 offers perfect productivity solutions for both school and work straight from the box.

Keyboard dock with USB 3.0

The lightweight keyboard dock features precision-engineered keys designed for comfortable extended use, plus a multi-touch touchpad with full Windows 8.1 gesture support and a USB 3.0 which supports next-generation SuperSpeed data storage.

Incredible Performance

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Mobility for Play

IPS display & ASUS SonicMaster audio

ASUS TransformerBook T100 features a brilliant HD 10.1 inch IPS multi-touch display with 178-degree viewing angles for outstanding clarity. ASUS SonicMaster Technology lets you enjoy lifelike audio from built-in speakers.

Reading Mode

Dedicated Reading Mode reduces eye strain by automatically adjusting screen brightness, contrast and color for comfortable prolonged use.

Unlimited Cloud Storage

Need more storage capacity? The ASUS Transformer Book T100 comes with free unlimited cloud storage space from ASUS WebStorage2 for one year. Now you can access large presentation files or countless music and movies to enjoy anywhere.

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Incredible Sound

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Incredible Sound

SonicMaster-enhanced Audio

Developed by ASUS audio experts, SonicMaster combines larger speakers and resonance chambers with precisely-tuned software to deliver rich, detailed sound on the ASUS X200CA.

AudioWizard Maxx Audio Tuning

AudioWizard is an audio tuning software that comes with six pre-set audio modes. Conveniently switch between these optimized audio setting to ensure you get the best experience when listening to music and watching movies.

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Incredible Cloud

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Incredible Cloud

With cloud-based ASUS WebStorage, keep everything in sync and access all your documents, photos, music, and videos from any internet-connected device you are using. The ASUS X200CA Series notebooks come with free 3GB of WebStorage cloud space for three years2.

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Relax, ASUS Got You Covered!

1-Year International Warranty
  • 30-Day zero bright dot display guarantee
  • Free 1-way standard shipping
  • 6 months battery warranty
  • 24/7 technical support
  • For more information, visit
  • Specifications

    • Operating System: Windows 8.1 preinstalled with Microsoft Office 2013 Home & Student
    • Display: 10.1″ HD IPS Panel (1366×768)
    • Processor: Intel Atom Bay Trail-T Z3740 Quad Core
    • Memory: 2GB DDR3
    • Storage: 64GB eMMC + ASUS WebStorage2
    • Optical Drive: N/A
    • Wireless: 802.11 a/g/n; Bluetooth 4.0
    • Speakers: Stereo speakers with ASUS SonicMaster technology
    • Camera: 1.2 MP
    • Card Reader: Micro SD Card Reader; Tablet: 1 x Micro USB (support charging and usb device)


    • Battery: 31Whr (Up to 11 hrs)1
    • Dimensions: Notebook: 10.4″ x 6.7″ x 0.93″ (W x D x H); Tablet only: 10.4″ x 6.7″ x 0.41″ (W x D x H)
    • Weight: Notebook: 2.4lbs; Tablet only: 1.2lbs
    • Color: Grey
    • Input/ Output:
      • 1 x Audio jack combo
      • 1 x Micro HDMI port
      • Dock: 1 x USB 3.0 port

    What’s in the Box

    • ASUS Transformer Book T100 Series Notebook & Detachable Keyboard
    • AC Adapter
    • User Manual

    Models Comparison

    Product Model Name ASUS . Transformer Book T100TA-C1-GR (This Product) X200CA-DB01T VivoBook X202E-DH31T
    Design Dimension Notebook: 10.4″ x 6.7″ x 0.93″ (W x D x H); Tablet: 10.4″ x 6.7″ x 0.41″ (W x D x H) 11.9″ x 7.9″ x 1″ ~ 1.2″ 11.9″ x 7.9″ x 0.8″~0.9
    Weight 1.2lbs (Tablet only); 2.4lbs (Notebook) 2.6 lbs 2.9 lbs
    Display Screen 10.1″ 1366x 768 resolution 11.6″ 1366x 768 resolution 11.6″ 1366x 768 resolution
    Touch Yes Yes Yes
    Performance Processor Intel Atom Bay Trail-T Z3740) Intel Celeron 1007U Processor (1.5GHz) Intel Core i3-3217U (1.8GHz)
    Graphics Intel HD Intel GMA HD Intel GMA HD
    Memory 2GB 2GB 4GB
    Storage HDD N/A 320GB (5400 RPM) 500GB (5400 RPM)
    SSD 64GB eMMC N/A N/A
    Cloud Unlimited ASUS Webstorage2 3GB ASUS WebStorage3 32GB ASUS WebStorage3
    Connectivity Wireless 802.11 a/g/n 802.11 b/g/n 802.11 b/g/n
    Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.0 N/A Bluetooth 4.0
    ODD Optical Drive N/A N/A N/A
    Protection Warranty 1 Yr International Warranty 1 Yr International Warranty 1 Yr International Warranty
    Pixel Policy 30-day Zero Bright Dot Guarantee 30-day Zero Bright Dot Guarantee 30-day Zero Bright Dot Guarantee
    Coverage (Registration required) N/A N/A 1 Yr Accidental Damage Protection4

    ASUS- Top 3 Global Consumer Notebook Brand

    As the world’s top three consumer notebook brand and maker of the world’s best-selling motherboards, ASUS prides itself by making products that always “START with PEOPLE.” With a persistent approach to innovation, ASUS goes beyond satisfying current consumer needs to surpass expectations and spark the imaginations of people everywhere. ASUS designs and manufactures a diverse range of products as part of our relentless search for incredible, including motherboards, graphics cards, displays, desktop and all-in-one PCs, notebooks, netbooks, networking devices, servers, smartphones and tablets. Driven by innovation and committed to quality, ASUS won 4,168 awards in 2012 and recently received the recognition for the 2013 PC Magazine Reader’s Choice Award.

    1. Subject to product model, normal usage conditions and configuration.

    2. Complimentary unlimited ASUS WebStorage space for 1 year upon registration. Subscription required after first year expires.

    3. Complimentary 32GB/3GB ASUS WebStorage space available for 3 years on select ASUS models upon registration.

    4. Program applies to select notebooks purchased within the USA and Canada only. Customers must register online within 60-days from purchase date to be eligible. One claim per notebook only. Exclusion apply. For details, please visit,

    ©2013 ASUS Computer International. All Rights Reserved. ASUS is a registered trademark of ASUSTeK Computer. All specifications and terms are subject to change without notice. Please check with your supplier for exact offers on selected models. Products may not be available in all markets. Product may not be exactly as shown in photos. Actual colors may differ from their appearance due to variation of monitor restrictions and color processing. All trademarks are registered to their respective companies. ASUS shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein.

Product Features

  • Pre-installed Microsoft Office Home & Student 2013
  • Keyboard dock with USB 3.0 included
  • Intel Quad-Core Baytrail-T Z3740 1.33GHz
  • Storage Capacity: 64 GB solid-state in tablet
  • 2 GB DDR3 RAM. 1.2 MP webcam, MicroHDMI, MicroUSB

3 thoughts on “ASUS Transformer Book T100TA-C1-GR 10.1″ Detachable 2-in-1 Touchscreen Laptop, 64GB

  1. Curry

    Great product! Need to be careful in setup to avoid crashing 0

  2. Jon

    Fantastic value!….but with some caveats This has got to be one of the best tech values besides the Nexus 5 and Nokia 520. Fro $350-400, you get a FULL FEATURED 10 inch Windows 8 tablet that comes with a keyboard dock! Tablet one second, netbook the other! Its a fantastic device that gets 5 stars for its superb value alone!+ Great screen! People online may gripe on the 720p display, but you’ll never notice using it+ Battery life: Took it off the charger 7am this morning, and been using it straight since browsing the internet, viewing several Youtube videos both on Flash and Metrotube app, reading PDFs with Bluetooth and Webcam on. Now at 4pm, and still have 40% on the tank! Definetly liberating from netbooks where under clocking underpowered devices was a necessity to get that battery life. About as good as my iPad.+The Speakers! As an iPad owner, I’m impressed. Very clear and very loud. definitely betrays their size. I’ve never had reason to crank it up past 50% so far.+ FULL WINDOWS 8.1! This can’t be said enough. I think almost everyone who has bought a Netbook did so to get a full Windows experience in a relatively portable format, where I do not feel afraid to use the device on a subway, and doesn’t require me to bring a charger.+ This things a BEAST for its size. Wana watch a flash Youtube video while browsing the net on the same screen? No problem! Wana do some photo editing while watching said video? No sweat! Everything is buttery smooth on Bay Trail. Hell, it seems faster than my Core2Duo 2009 White Macbook that I’ve been using as my primary computer (very happily especially with Mavericks) for 4 years now.+ FREE DOCK!!!!+ MicroSD card slot: Format it so NTFS, and you have an additional 32-64GB Hard Drive, so space no longer becomes a big issue.However…….- The Dock: I REALLY want to like this thing. Truly. But its pretty terrible. The keyboard has the same configuration and size as my 1000HE, which I’ve been using regularly until recently (broken fan). But its for some reason a pain in the ___ to type on. I think its because the keys are recessed in to the case too far, and the boarders around the keyboard are too high. Makes it very awkward to type on. Keys are also a bit stiff, but I personally don’t mind that too much. Also, like others are reporting, there’s still Q/A issues with these: Bought it from BestBuy yesterday (32GB) so its a brand new batch. The space bar is already squeaking after just a days use. Now very difficult to type on. Gonna send it in for return.The Touchpad is also pretty bad. However, there’s a way to make it pretty decent:1- realize that Asus put some stupid power saving feature to turn off the touchpad after 10 seconds or so. When you wana use it, just tap on it and use it. Small 6/10 second thing, but it makes it much more bearable.2- On the Desktop, double click “Asus Smart Gesture” on the bottom right where the Dock is (where you see your Battery indicator). Go to “Edge Gesture” and TURN THAT SHAITE OFF!!! Whoever thought that was a good idea in the first place should be fired! This thing already has the ability to do gestures with the touch screen. What’s the point in adding all these unusable gestures to such a small touchpad? Leave it alone! The only gesture it needs is 2 finger scrolling. The rest is pointless.3- After that, go to Mouse Settings on the Control Panel and crank up both touch sensitivity and scrolling speed.So in conclusion, if you want a FULL 10 inch Windows Tablet that has a dock to use as a stand, case, and occasional keyboard, then get the Asus T100 without hesitation. Its perfect.If, like me, you are looking to get one as a netbook replacement, then wait a bit longer. Either until Asus fixes their Q/A issues, for competitor models that WILL be coming, or ditch the Tablet part and wait for the eventual touch screen Bay Trail netbooks.In my 1 day use, the tablet part adds to the Netbook experience. Complementing it with the fast processing and amazing battery life, this machine should be the Ultimate Computational Device.However, it isn’t right now. My thumb is tired from hitting this squeaky space bar, so signing off!Edit: Just got back from Bestbuy to exchange the keyboard, and the overall response is much better. Think the keyboard was defective all around. If it holds up after the next few weeks, I’ll bump it up to 4 stars. Still, be wary of the quality control issues on this product, and make sure you buy it from somewhere that has a very flexible return policy.Edit 2: Well, it’s been a month and so far, so good! The new dock has shown no wear and is now holding up well. after about a month, it’s staring to replace my iPad as a tablet. Not entirely, but it’s getting there. 4:3 aspect ratio is still ideal for tablet browsing, and Windows store is sorely lacking apps…but considering that…

  3. Andrew Peter Atkinson
    Andrew Peter Atkinson says:

    Great Win 8.1 laptop/tablet – light, snappy, and smooth I’ve been using this unique machine for about five hours now (update below). Before I review it, I want to give some context: I regularly use the Nexus 10 for mobile computing with a keyboard – arguably the best screen you can buy on a tablet. I also have the first Nexus 7. I have tried to present on my Nexus 10 and it crashed the projector. So I have been using my Asus 1201n running Win8.1 to handle all MS programs.Enter the Asus T100. I didn’t buy it for the tablet option, though that is useful. I bought it for a few reasons – 10 hrs of Microsoft usage without plugging in. Good touchscreen. Light – very important – it must fit in my small shoulder bag with my Nexus 10 and a book without strain. Fast processor – at least four times faster than the Atom dual core in my Asus 1201n, which really was cutting edge in Sept. 2010 (still pretty solid).My initial verdict.Screen – you won’t be upset. Any rendering problems are Microsoft’s and not due to the pixel count. If the pixel count was higher on this size screen MS rendering would make everything really small (Android is much better with this 10″ form). Asus’s reading mode turns the screen a yellow hue, but may help the eyes. Touch functionality is exceptional – though reviewers say it only has 5 pt touch, not 10 (which used to be standard – not sure why this has been reduced – though I never use 10 fingers on the screen at once). Track pad is also quite good, though I’m not a clicker – I like to double tap – which this does well.Charging – slowKeyboard – cramped compared to my 12 inch netbook. Cramped compared to my Bluetooth Motorola android keyboard (which is superb). But in five hours I feel like I’m already about 50% adapted to the key layout. Way better than typing on the screen. Definitely takes some getting used to.Processor and performance – Snappy. This is not an i5 chip, for sure. But you won’t wait for anything to load when launching apps. This is my fastest machine – it feels like a work horse to me, but I don’t do video editing and I don’t play pc games. I do regularly use ppt, vlc, youtube ripper, lots of chrome. Let’s say I’m an aggressive word processor, browser, ppt user. This is ideal for me, though I could enjoy a 12 inch screen. The biggest issue that makes the screen feel cramped is simply the small Win8 text rendering – which can be adjusted.My advice – I’d buy this over a Chromebook . I’d buy this over the high priced but attractive looking Yoga and any other Win8 running Mac Book Air competitor (definitely buy it over a surface – you’d have to be crazy to pull the trigger on a surface pro over this baby). The 2gb of ram is much speedier on this machine than the 4gb ram in my Asus 1201n (that I upgraded). I haven’t had a ram issue yet and I’m running lots of programs and apps simultaneously.For what it is worth, I agree with most everything said in this review: […]Enjoy!Update after a few days of use:The battery is exceptional. On a typical day I use the computer about 7 hours and I regularly have 30% left by the time I close the lid (brightness is set to auto adjust). It also accepts a charge from my external battery pushing my mobile work time up to double the reported 10 hrs.I’m adjusting to the keyboard, but like many reviewers have noted, the right shift key is small and I often miss it. Please note: the two feet of the hinge, which touch the table when the screen is up, can scratch a wood finish very easily. I produced three scratches at home before I figured out what the sound was. Like one reviewer as well, my keyboard had a slight warp that made it wobble. I’ve bent it back into shape. Some parts of the construction seem needlessly cheap, like the warped keyboard and the glossy and sometimes flimsy back of the tablet. Less like the Nexus 10 back and more like the lid to my old Asus 1201n. You don’t notice the flex until you pick up the screen in tablet mode.Overall, I continue to be impressed with the performance and functionality of the T100. Win 8.1 is great on this machine. It is everything I wanted in Android that Google or MS won’t allow – split screen, great multitasking, great MS Office experience. It has an awesome Baytrail chip with an exceptional balance between power and battery life. Rumor is, too, that once the first Android Baytrails are launched the T100 will be able to dual boot Android and Win 8.1.Update after one month of use:My concerns about the keyboard are gone. I’m fully adjusted to the size and placement of keys and I can type as comfortably on this machine as I can on a full sized keyboard. I did notice the reduction in size for about two weeks, then it faded from consciousness and my typing seemed normal.This is my daily driver – I have no need of any other computer or tablet with this…

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