Asus RB-T100TA-B1-GR Deal:

ASUS (T100TA) Transformer NoteBook 10.1” Windows 8.1 32GB (Refurbished - RB-T100TA-B1-GR)

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ASUS (T100TA) Transformer NoteBook 10.1” Windows 8.1 32GB (Refurbished - RB-T100TA-B1-GR)
$199.97 after Rebate
(was $249.97)
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Rebate Details:  $50 Prepaid
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Note: Does NOT come with MS Office!!!

 

  • Intel Atom Quad Core Z3740 (1.33Ghz)
  • 10.1" (1266 x 768) LED Backlit Multi Touch Screen
  •  2GB Memory
  • 32GB SSD Storage
  • Includes Keyboard
  • Windows 8.1
  • H 0.9" x W 10.4" x D 6.8"
  • 90 Day Warranty

 

This is an even better deal then the last time it went up and got +6.

4.1 / 5 stars with 601 customer reviews at Best Buy.

ReviewsEngadget: 81 - - PC Mag: 4.5 / 5

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ASUS (T100TA) Transformer NoteBook 10.1” Windows 8.1 32GB (Refurbished - RB-T100TA-B1-GR) - $199.97 AR @ Tiger Direct

Note: Does NOT come with MS Office!!!

Rebate: $50 Prepaid Card

  • Intel Atom Quad Core Z3740 (1.33Ghz)
  • 10.1" (1266 x 768) LED Backlit Multi Touch Screen
  •  2GB Memory
  • 32GB SSD Storage
  • Includes Keyboard
  • Windows 8.1
  • H 0.9" x W 10.4" x D 6.8"
  • 90 Day Warranty


 4.1 / 5 stars with 563 customer reviews at Best Buy.

ReviewsEngadget: 81 - - PC Mag: 4.5 / 5 

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Nice.

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For anybody that's reasonably PC savvy, this is one heck of a device at this price.  Many may not like the Windows 8.1 Metro interface.  This unit easily switches between the Metro and old-fashioned Windows desktop.

What I particularly like about this tab is its ability to run legacy windows software and connect to legacy hardware.  USB Scanner?  Yep.  Photoshop? Yep.  Midi Keyboard (via USB/MIDI adapter)? Yep.  External CD/DVD/BluRay Burner/Player?  Yep.  In short, just about any device/software you'd run on a desktop or laptop will run on this.

A lot of folks don't need these capabilties.  For those that do, a full-blown Windows tablet for less than $200 makes Android and other tablets look incredibly limited.

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Question: Is that possible at all to swap the hard drive with higher capacity?

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No HD inside.  It's solid-state, soldered to the mainboard.  You have a couple of options.  Put in a 64 or 128GB MicroSD card (there's a MicroSD slot on the tablet).  Or you could use a USB3 (or USB2) Thumb-drive, HD, or SSD.  European models shipped with 500GB MSATA storage in the keyboard dock.  It's unclear how to obtain one of these in the US, what the cost would be, and if it could be replaced with something larger.

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darrcook said:   No HD inside.  It's solid-state, soldered to the mainboard.  You have a couple of options.  Put in a 64 or 128GB MicroSD card (there's a MicroSD slot on the tablet).  Or you could use a USB3 (or USB2) Thumb-drive, HD, or SSD.  European models shipped with 500GB MSATA storage in the keyboard dock.  It's unclear how to obtain one of these in the US, what the cost would be, and if it could be replaced with something larger.
  TigerDirect routinely sells the version with the hard drive in the keyboard... got mine for $249 AR (and recycled an old Windows PC deal from awhile back).

You cannot hack the non-HDD keyboard dock to use a HDD though - they removed the SATA leads.

Personally I think it's a great setup for to move Windows 8 onto the HDD dock and dedicate Console OS (Android) on the tablet. Then it's a Windows laptop, but undock - and it becomes a full Android tablet.

Bias: I've kicked in $100 to Console OS at this point on Kickstarter. If Google won't do it - the community will.

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darrcook said:   No HD inside.  It's solid-state, soldered to the mainboard.  You have a couple of options.  Put in a 64 or 128GB MicroSD card (there's a MicroSD slot on the tablet).  Or you could use a USB3 (or USB2) Thumb-drive, HD, or SSD.  European models shipped with 500GB MSATA storage in the keyboard dock.  It's unclear how to obtain one of these in the US, what the cost would be, and if it could be replaced with something larger.
  you can get the one with the 500gb hdd in the dock at Amazon. 32gb or 64gb. $180 more for the extra hdd and Office. http://www.amazon.com/Transformer-T100TA-H2-GR-Detachable-Touchs... 

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It'd be nice to get the 500GB hdd dock by itself to mate with a T100TA I bought last year.

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Sold out - you can add to cart, but will say it's out of stock and no longer available

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So the rebate claims that the original UPC is required.

However the product arrived refurbished in plastic air packing (not retail)... how is anyone suppose to get the rebate when there is no UPC included?

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Keep your eyes on Amazon Warehouse. I got *64 gig* older model in 'Like New' for $206 shipped. 3% back for using your Amazon card makes it $200.

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