The Asus Transformer Book Chi T300 is a Windows tablet with a 12.5 inch, high-resolution display, an Intel Core M Broadwell processor, a keyboard dock for use in notebook mode, and a starting price of $699.
Asus introduced the Chi T300 at the Consumer Electronics Show, and it’s not available for purchase yet. But documents filed with the FCC suggest it’s on the way.
- Asus Transformer Book Chi T300 2-in-1 hits the FCC
There’s a user manual, a few photos, and pictures showing the inside of the keyboard. Don’t expect many surprises, but it’s nice to see the Chi T300 from some new angles. [FCC]
- Pipo K2 is another Chinese tablet with a Core M CPU and Windows
Another day, another 11.6 inch Windows tablet with an Intel Core M processor. This model has 4GB of RAM, a full HD display, and HDMI output, among other things. [Cngadget]
- Pale Moon web browser 25.2 released
This spinoff or the Firefox web browser is optimized to run on newer hardware… and to feature a more classic Firefox look and feel rather than the new UI that Mozilla’s been using for the past few releases. [Pale Moon]
- CyanogenMod 12 now includes a theme engine
The latest nightly builds of the Android 5.0-based operating system now support third-party themes… although themes developed for CyanogenMod 11 and earlier might not look right on Android 5.0. [+Clark Scheff]
- Report: Sony is now considering selling off its TV, smartphone business
Sony already spun off its Vaio PC business. Soon the company might not have anything left but headphones and video game consoles. [Reuters]
- How to make a handheld Linux terminal from a Raspberry Pi
Take a touchscreen, battery, WiFi dongle, glue gun, power drill, bake for an hour at 350 degrees and… just read the instructions. This probably isn’t a project for novices. But the parts are pretty inexpensive. [NODE]
- Preview of VLC media player for Google TV
The popular cross-platform, open souce video player is coming to Google’s latest TV-centric software. Here’s what it looks like. [GigaOm]