BERLIN -- We're checking out the latest, greatest new tech from the IFA trade show in Germany. Feast your eyes on the Asus Transformer Book T300. It's a Windows 8 tablet, packing the latest Intel processors and a keyboard dock, turning it into a laptop. Read editors' take
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The tablet section is quite thick -- when it's all together, it's not going to be a superskinny travel companion. Read editors' take
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The keyboard dock is much better for typing out long e-mails than just using onscreen keys. Read editors' take
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There's a fourth-generation Intel Core i7 purring away inside -- it needs these vents to keep cool. Read editors' take
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It has a metal shell that should help it shrug off a few knocks and bumps. Read editors' take
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There's a rear-facing camera and a front-facing one, too, for video calling. Read editors' take
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There's a smattering of ports on the tablet section, but the keyboard docks adds some extras, too. Read editors' take
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The tablet easily snaps into place on the keyboard dock using some rather strong magnets. Read editors' take
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It has a Full HD display, which is of course touch-enabled for swiping your way around the colourful tiles of Windows 8. Read editors' take
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