Asus has released Zenfone 2, the first smartphone ever to run on 4 GB RAM. The developers of the device have stated its family to be Transformer Book Chi line.
This smartphone is a hybrid between a tablet and a Windows powered laptop. The device consists of a magnetic keyboard which could be attached and detached to make it a laptop or a slate. The new device of Asus is a competition to the Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3. Transformer Book Chi line has three gadgets made up of aluminum and their sizes are 12.5″, 10.1” and 8.9”.
Asus Transformer Book Chi T300 is the biggest among its family with size of 12.5 inches; however, its two variations will be available for purchase. One would have an IPS display of 1080p with an Intel Core M 5Y70 CPU which would be humming at 0.8 GHz and would have a RAM of 4GB, the cost of this set would be $699.
The other set would possess a pixel-rich IPS Quad HD screen, and would have an Intel Core M 5Y71 processor clocked at 1.2 GHz, with a RAM of 8GB, the price of this set will be $799. Asus showed off that T300 is even slimmer than new MacBook Air of Apple. The 1,445 gram weight of the T300 with keyboard makes it a heavy device.
The price of the mid size 10.1 inch T100 with a 1900×1200 pixels resolution would have a price of $399 while the small 8.9-inch T90 with a display of 1280×800 pixels would have a price tag of $299.