CES 2015 Day 3: Windows Tablets That Transform & Inspire – Asus Transformer Book T300 Chi & Toshiba Satellite Click Mini 2-in-1
Day 3 of CES proved that the tablet is far from dead as a host of premium Windows based offerings made quite a show. Windows has slowly become one of the go-to brands in recent years thanks to user-friendly programming and more affordable pricing, so it is only natural that more and more companies are designing tablets around their operating system. These latest offerings range in size, price and use, but they all have one thing in common: they are the best of the best in the field of tablets. Here’s an inside look at CES Tablets for Day 3:
Asus: Tablets That Inspire
The one thing we’ve noticed with these new tablets on the market is their innovative engineering and versatility. They are built to impress and they do, especially the Transformer Book T300 Chi from Asus, a tablet/laptop that has beauty and function all in one package. It was by far the most daring and appealing new device thanks to it’s ultra slim and lightweight design. Made from all aluminum it weighs just 1.6 pounds and is only 0.17 inches thick, making it paper thin without sacrificing quality or durability. It has a 12.5″ screen with a 2,560 x 1,440 display in 235 ppi for stunning clarity whether your reading or watching videos and is built with the latest Core M processor from Intel, so it can handle multiple tasks.
Acer also has some inventive and inspiring new tablet models to offer consumers, most notably their Aspire R13 Series and S7 Ultrabook. The R13 series is the cream of the crop here thanks to it’s elite engineering. It has a one-of-a-kind hinge that allows the screen to rotate a full 180° for a wide assortment of uses and angles. A perfect feature for a Windows operating system known for its premium gaming and streaming capabilities. The 13.3″ touchscreen is a work of art, giving users sharp, bright colors and images. It’s also designed using the latest 5th generation Intel Core processors, so it functions like a true notebook while giving you all the perks that come with a tablet.
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The S7 Ultrabook also makes quite an impression, boasting an all aluminum body that is a mere .51 inches thick and weighs only 2.7 pounds, making it a great on-the-go choice. This model has 2 unique features to make it stand out: it’s screen tilts back 180° so it can lay flat on any surface and there’s a hotkey so you can rotate the view 180° to share with others if your watching a video. It looks and acts like a tablet and runs on Windows 8.1 for easy use.
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Small But Mighty: Toshiba Satellite Click Mini 2-in-1
Not to be outdone both Toshiba and E Fun debuted compact but powerful Windows tablets that proved that good things really do come in small packages. Toshiba’s Satellite Click Mini 2-in-1 is small but strong and comes with a detachable keyboard and a 8.9″ HD screen that delivers life-like images of the highest quality.
It is quite powerful with an Intel Atom processor, so it can handle multiple tasks without slowing down and comes with a 1-year subscription to Office 365, making this an even more attractive package. Even more impressive is the 16 hour battery life you get when it is attached to the keyboard, so you can take it almost anywhere without worrying about losing power.
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Meanwhile E Fun, who has always made some great, budget friendly Android based tablets continues that trend with 3 sizes of their Nextbook 2-in-1 Windows tablets: 10.1″, 11.6″ and 12.5″. All 3 models have detachable keyboards and will be loaded with the Windows operating system, Intel Atom Bay Processor and 2 GB of RAM. the only thing you have to chose is the screen size: 10.1″, 11.1″ or 12.6″.
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All of these tablets were designed to enhance and improve your Windows experience. Windows has always been known for their superior class of software and products and these devices are no different. They integrate the latest technological advances with quality materials and a premiere operating system to give you a tablet unlike any other. Whichever one you pick you can feel good knowing it will work with you and for you, so the only thing you have to do is choose.
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