Asus presented 4 new Windows tablets at CES 2015 that (according to the company) are the world thinnest.
We see all sort of devices at CES 2015 and tablets are definitely one of them. Asus had 4 new Windows tablets to show the world and they say that these are the worlds thinnest Windows tablets. The tablet being thin is definitely a good thing, but it is not going to be what makes a tablet sell.
Asus claims that these tablets feature a sleek design, high quality and compelling spec sheets. The new Windows tablets Asus has presented are 2-in-1 detachables and feature aluminum unibody construction. The smallest Windows tablet out of the 4 is the T90 Chi that features an 8.9 Inch display and is only 7.5mm thick. It also has a 1280 x 800 resolution, 32GB/64GB Storage, 2GB of RAM and has a $299 price tag.
The second tablet is the Asus T100 Chi features a 10.1 Inch display with a 1920 x 1200, 64GB of RAM, 2GB of RAM and has a $399 price tag. The third Windows tablet is the T300 Chi HD that features a 12.5 Inch display with a 1920 x 1200 resolution, 128DGB SSD, 4GB/8GB and will set you back $699.
The best of out the 3 Windows tablets would be the Asus T300 Chi WQHD. This tablet features a 12.5 Inch display with a 2560 x 1440 resolution, 128GB SSD, 4GB/8GB of RAM and it will sell for $799.