1. Packing 5/5 stars
Asus provides a very high-quality packaging in matt black and silver contrast stripes. The interior part of the upper class. Already during unpacking you realize where we are heading. It contains the tablet + docking keyboard, a micro-USB charger and various paperwork.
2. The tablet 5/5 stars
The tablet is definitely among the most noble and handsome on the market. Ultra-thin and matte blue black aluminum with contrasting silver metallic stripes. It's top handles, no gaps, no creaks and is extremely wertig in hand. One can hardly believe that this 7mm thin tablet a full Windows runs. The front consists of the screen with black frame, which definitely shows fingerprints. Ultimately, however, like all Tablets. No more and no less. The touch screen lights up very brightly and dissolves in Full HD on. Asus has recognized here learned and upgraded it. No comparison to the other Windows or Android devices from Asus. The thin design is merely a microUSB 3.0 is the tablet for external devices. In addition, a MicroHDMI, MicroSD and headphone output. Links below you can find another microUSB slot, which is used for charging. The battery life I can not say exactly, but is likely to be quite at 8 hours.
The concept is clear: mobile, tablet and not a flat-precious Ultrabook. Overall, the tablet is a highlight, both in feel and operation.
3. Keyboarddock 5/5 stars
Here, the majority of manufacturers enormous weaknesses. Too heavy, worse Dock or only weak magnetic non-stop service. The Asus T100 Chi Keyboard is magnetically docked to the Tablet - no electronic interface and can be comfortable adjusted at an angle. The connection to the tablet via Bluetooth and works 1A. You can always query the battery status of the keyboard via a small program in the taskbar. This is charged via microUSB. There are also the program Asus Smart Gesture, with which you can adjust the touchpad to suit. Even when the keyboard feel and the material quality is excellent. The touchpad is smooth and responsive sensitively, even on multi-finger gestures. The keys are a bit small due to design, but can be betippen very good. Again, I forgive perfect score.
At first I did not want to buy my Asus T100 Chi because of the relatively high price. But just the design that extremely thin tablet and the successful Keyboard justified but then the purchase price. Overall, this device is a challenge to Apple iPads, Samsung and Sony Tablets and also the often cheap and heavy-looking Windows Tablets. Full 5-stars from me!