ASUS Transformer Book 10.1" 64GB Tablet
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days. (Wednesday, Aug 19 to Monday, Aug 24) + transit
Condition: Factory Reconditioned
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BIG SAVINGS at GameStop. Come on Woot at least try to compete.
GameStop offers the 2.4-lb. refurbished Asus T100 Transformer Book 64GB 10.1" WiFi Windows 8 Tablet with Keyboard Dock for $99.97 plus $5 for shipping. That’s $45 under our May refurb mention and $99 under the lowest total price we’ve seen. (It’s also $95 under the best price we could find for a new unit.) Features include an Intel Atom Z3775 1.46GHz Bay Trail quad-core processor, 10.1" 1366x768 touchscreen LCD, 2GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, webcam, 802.11n wireless, Bluetooth, USB 3.0, and Windows 8.1 64-bit.
[MOD EDIT: Poor reviews;most models “demos”/dings/scratches. Today’s offer factory reconditioned (not refurbished)]
ASUS tablets use to be the market leader. I have the T701 and loved it but after a year they start becoming very sluggish, especially internet use. It is a known issue that is discussed in many ASUS groups and there has been no solution.
I don’t know what you are talking about. Computers don’t get arthritis. If, over time, your computer – any model – gets sluggish, it’s because you have installed a lot of background programs, are running apps not suited to the specs of the machine, or have simply used too much space on your disk. My one year anniversary with one of these comes up Thursday and it runs pretty much as it did on day one.
The only problem I have had with this is that the wireless was unreliable. This was resolved with an update. As I recall, I went to the intel web site and let it do updates.
This is a light computer that runs office 2013, has a decent keyboard, and a battery that lasts all day. Attach a usb drive and watch movies as you fly around the world, check your mail in airports, and surf the web. Take off the keyboard, and it’s a nice tablet. Plug it into a television or monitor via the micro hdmi port.
I bought the Asus T100TA-C1-GR 10.1" from WOOT as a factory refurb back in April for $229. It was in perfect condition and has worked flawlessly. I’m not sure of the differences between the two models (C1 vs. C2), but I’ve been very happy with mine.
Hmmm…I was going to jump on this because I need a computer that’s small and light enough to travel with. However, Gamestop has a new one for $10 more:
The Gamestop refurbished versions are not available.
I’m coming up on 18 months now with a refurbished T100TA-B1-GR. The only issue I’ve had with it is sometimes the MicroSD reader doesn’t recognize a new card right away after popping out another one. Screen, battery, and everything else has been great, both under Win8.1 and Win10.
Thank you for this. Looks like Gamestop will get my business today. I’ll give woot a couple of hours and see if they adjust their price.
2 of us got them from Gamestop. Junk!! Not refurbed at all. MIssing parts, unknown password, sent them back. Got one from Woot and still have it.
Does this come with a full version of Windows 8 or just a trial copy?
Maybe I can help. First off I’m a techie and have owned Windows tablets, four Windows 8/8.1 and bought and returned one with 32GB SSD because not enough left to load Office 2010 which I have six licenses for. I started with the first generation dual core Atom 2760 SoC (System on a Chip)meaning much of the motherboard functions and the processor are all on the chip that used to only do processing with other chips on the motherboard doing what is now combined into the main processor.
There are quite a few Atom SoCs in tablets today, and this model can be bought with the much lesser and slower 3735/45. This one has the Atom Z-3775 quad core which is the same SoC as in my Dell Venue 11 Pro. Fast, dependable. Having tried them all, and typing this on an 11.6" ASUS TA 200, I can say that the one selling here now has everything I demand in a full price tablet 2in1 except screen size. I prefer 10.8" at a minimum, 11.6" is my sweet spot.
For a good usable Windows tablet that is fast and snappy you need at least the 64GB of storage, a full size USB 3, 2GB of RAM, IPS display, and the Atom Z-3775, or 3795 SoC like my TA 200 has. The 10.1" size isn’t a show stopper for me, but I already am ready to sell this one and get a Surface 3, not pro, from MS. I am retired and computers are now my hobby after a career programming and building them and securing them after folk got infected through poor practices.
For the money, and anyone just wanting a nice system for most tasks, streaming, and everything but the biggest games, this is a terrific buy.
This isn’t a limited computer like the iPad which cannot run full mac programs just Phone Apps, or Android App only insecure tablets.
This is a very good quality full Windows 8.1 computer that does both Apps and full Windows programs. The warranty is ASUS 90 days. If you get a dud they replace or repair it!
How does this compare to the “HP Stream 11.6” Laptop, Intel N2840 2.16GHz Dual-Core, 2GB DDR3L, 32GB Solid State Drive, Win8.1 " that WOOT offered this past week - in terms of processing power, quality, etc? I know this one has a detachable keyboard, etc - not looking for the obvious comparisons.
woot again deletes my comment regarding the GameStop reviews. Censorship at its best when they can’t handle the truth. Woot is not even a shadow of what it once was and that is a pity. I give them 2 more years before they completely fade away.
does this product come already loaded with Microsoft office(word) or would I have to buy it separately?