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Asus T100 Transformer Book 10.1" Tablet 64GB - $381.60 Pickup @ Good Guys or Dick Smith eBay Stores

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CPICKUP

Cheapest price I believe for Aussie stock, even cheaper than previous Amazon deals!

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Hurry, 10% off for Click & Collect orders ends in 23hrs or so of posting this!

Key Features:

Processor - Intel(R), Atom Processor Z3740 (2M Cache, up to 1.86 GHz)
RAM - 2GB DDR3 1066 MHz (On board)
Storage - 64GB eMMC
Operating System - Windows 8.1 32Bit with Office Home and Student 2013
Display - 10.1 TOUCH LED Wide view LCD display (HD 1366x768)
Touch Screen - Yes
Graphics - Intel(R), HD Graphics
Keyboard - Yes
Optical Drive - N/A
Web Camera - 1.2 Mega Pixel web camera
Audio Technology - Built-in speaker;Built-in microphone
Interface - 1x Headphone-out & Audio-in Combo Jack;1x micro HDMI;1x Micro SD; 1x USB 3.0;1x Micro USB2.0
Networking/Wireless - 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth
Battery - 2-cell Plymer Battery
Weight - 1.07kg (with 2 cell battery)
Dimensions - 26.3(W) x 17.1(D) x 2.36 ~ 2.36 (H) cm
Warranty - 1 Year Global

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closed Comments

  • This is the old model.

    The new model has the Z3775.

    Good price though.

  • Got this with the Z3775 chip during the recent Amazon Black Friday sale with free shipping through AMEX payment. Worked out to $A365, but Amazon would only ship the white version.

  • I'm waiting for the refreshed model as well. Maybe they're trying to get rid of old stock before bringing out the new one.

  • +1 vote

    How slow is this netbook?

    • How slow is this netbook?

      It is a Transformer. Tablet and Netbook.

      Here you go….

      http://bit.ly/1zab7Vq

    • The Atom Processor will give you good battery life, and run basics okay but for anything more demanding it would be very slow. I'm using an asus netbook, and for browsing, videos, microsoft word etc it's fine.

    • I had an Asus EEE netbook with Atom N450 CPU and it was quite slow. I still have it running as print server. I also bought the T100 and have been using it for 8 months. This one is fast for daily web surfing, video playing due to much improved CPU architecture and SSD as storage. I don't need to charge it every day. Good machine as tablet and portable PC for productivity. Bear in mind that it is running windows. So there are not as many apps as Android devices.

    • I purchased one the other day from TGG for slightly more exp than this. I think $399 about 2 months ago.

      So far, I must say I enjoy using it. I can toss it in my bag to go to work and use it on the train without feeling like my elbows are in the guy next to me.

      Speed and capability wise, it can take most of what I chuck at it. I don't have extremely high expectations, but it manages to do very well for my requirements (a bit of programming, heavy web use, youtubing, server stuff). It doesn't smoothly carry on with 20+ tabs in chrome, but does try very well and usable for my needs. It's a win8.1 so a environment I'm comfortable with.

      My (very minor and if I had to have any) grips would be:

      1. the power button - odd behaviour, sometimes taking a few presses to turn on, like it's accidentally suspended it instead of turning on. 3 seconds of annoyance on this one. Very minor.

      2. the trackpad buttons - they make a loud click which is slightly annoying and a bit uncomfortable.

  • You better off buying it from normal website $424 and get the Bonus $50 store credit so ends up $374

    • Depends if you have something you want to buy with the credit :)

      • Good guys are pretty good with pricing usually beating or matching good prices so I don't think that will be a problem :) Great deal though +1 from me

  • Just piked mine up from TGG - it is the the newer Z3775 variant :)