The Asus Transformer Book T100 is a 10 inch Windows tablet with an Intel Atom Bay Trail processor, long battery life, and a detachable keyboard dock that lets you use the tablet as a notebook.

It’s not the best notebook or tablet that money can buy, but it’s cheap, portable, and good enough for many basic tasks.

When Asus launched the Transformer Book T100 in 2013, it sold for $349 and up. These days you can pick one up for as little as $130.


Just note that not all models are created equal. There are two versions of the Transformer Book T100 in today’s roundup of deals. The cheaper model has just 1GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and an Atom Z3735 chip, while the higher-priced model sports 2GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and an Atom Z3740 processor.

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11 replies on “Deals of the Day (8-05-2015)”

  1. I just purchased an Asus t100 and would would like to dual boot OS X and Windows 8.1. from an external 1TB drive. Is it possible with Hackintosh or using some other method or am I asking too much of a cheap PC?

    1. My understanding is that there isn’t a good Hackintosh route on any Bay Trail processor. You might be able to get it partially going, but it would probably be a lot of effort for something that won’t work very well.

    2. I have the T100AT and like it. However I have not successfully gotten it to boot from any media other than the win8 on the internal SSD. shows the steps and I have gone through them for USB and external CD. It always hesitates for a moment then returns to thw windows boot.

      There are other weblinks that show these same basic steps, more or less, but no luck, yet getting them to work.

      1. I have done a lot of research, but nothing specific to Mac OS X on the t100. I have tried various tweaks suggested by the articles I have read and videos I have watched, but nothing has worked. The idea of a dual boot using Multibeast and Chimera is very intriguing, but sounds risky.

        Thanks for your reply.

    1. If the screen is cracked?
      Disassembly is a big pain but you can do it to get the part number of the touch panel/digitizer. Hopefully an online retailer (amazon/ebay?) will have one. Order it, reassemble, good to go. I had to do this not so long ago because the digitizer on the T100 is fragile as hell. Cost was 40$ iirc.

      1. I should mention that getting the exact part number is important because apparently ASUS sources a number of different digitizers for the various T100 models and they aren’t compatible.

  2. Thanks for the StoryBundle link. That’s a good bundle.

    1. Yeah, I try to keep an eye on that site. Their deals aren’t consistently as good as Humble Bundle’s, but they have some pretty strong lineups from time to time.

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