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Submitted by whatswithjeff 167d ago | news

Asus Transformer Book T300LA-DH51T Haswell Now Available – See Specs, Price, Where to Buy

TheBestLaptops.net: "The Asus Transformer Book T300 is a 2-in-1 convertible, an Ultrabook and Tablet at the same time, powered by the latest 4th generation Intel Core Haswell processor and runs on Windows 8 operating system. This is actually the bigger and more powerful brother of the Transformer Book T100. The T100 is the 10-inch version, powered by a Bay Trail Quad Core processor, and is much cheaper. But if you want a better display, larger storage capacity, and more processing power then the Asus Transformer Book T300 might be the one for you. Today let’s check out the Asus Transformer Book T300LA-DH51T which is powered by an Intel Core i5 Haswell processor with 128GB of SSD storage. Check out its specifications, price and where you can buy one below." (Asus Transformer Book T300, PC hardware)

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