The Asus Transfomer Book T200 is an 11.6 inch tablet that comes with a keybaord dock that turns the tablet into a notebook. It’s powered by an Intel Atom Z3775 Bay Trail processor, features a 1366 x 768 pixel display, up to 64GB of built-in solid state storage, and some models have an extra 500GB hard drive in the keyboard dock.

Asus isn’t selling the Transformer Book T200 in the United States yet, but the official product page for the 2-in-1 tablet is now live, suggesting it could hit the streets soon… maybe.

Asus Transformer Book T200

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12 replies on “Lilbits (7-30-2014): Asus 11.6 inch Transformer Book T200 on the way”

  1. Do the Asus t200ta 64gb model have necessary connectors in the dock for adding a HDD or SSD?

    1. Yes, from what I’ve been reading, all versions of the T200ta have the ability to add hard drive storage.

    1. design, full size keyboard, second usb port, 2.5″ hdd bracket, ethernet port, seperate charger (can also still charge via usb though) and a second camera at the back

      1. How is design an upgrade? Some also like the smaller form.

        Tangible upgrades then are second usb port, ethernet port, and probably faster charging. I was hoping for more in their second attempt.

        The T100 also had the option of a 500gb drive in the keyboard – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJlxH_OYAdo

  2. 1366 x 768 at 11.6″ is a good size for using non-metro desktop Windows in touch-screen mode without having to endure haphazard Windows scaling, and many perceive little probem with sharpness at this size. I think it’s a good match.

  3. Most of the manufactures are moving away from 1366 x 768 pixel displays and moving on to full HD so I don’t understand ASUS sticking to this resolution being as advanced as they appear to be.

    1. Yes, 1366×768 is a total fail these days….even my 2013 Nexus 7 is full HD. I have an old 11.6 inch laptop with this resolution and it sucks, many dialog boxes and such are too big to fit vertically and have to scroll.

    2. the thing is that at 11.6 inch, using the desktop at full hd with touch is almost imposible (everythinig is too small, and windows’ scaling is just bad..) and since this is usable as a tablet i think they chose for a lower res because its more usable in a touch/tablet config.. and it saves them money so they can keep it sub 400€

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