Asus followed the unveiling of the Asus Transformer Book V at Computex 2014, with the announcement of the Asus Transformer Book T300 Chi. This is one of the most beautifully designed devices from Asus to date, and has been dubbed by the company as the "world's thinnest 12.5-inch detachable tablet."
Alone, the tablet measures in at just 7.3mm (0.29") while it measures 14.3mm (0.56") when combined with its keyboard dock. Its 12.5 inch IPS-LCD display has a resolution of 2560 by 1440 pixels and is it said to be powered by "Intel’s next-generation, high-performance, low-power processor based on the Core micro-architecture." The tablet will also be offered with optional LTE connectivity.
The Transformer Book T300 Chi is also said to have a "fanless design", which means it could be featuring Intel's upcoming Broadwell processors, instead of Haswell. This means, we wont likely be able to get our hands on this machine until the fall. Still, Haswell also has a fanless mobile edition, so it might arrive sooner Asus is staying mum on the exact pricing for now, but it looks like it will be available in Black and Gold when it is made available.