Buy an ASUS Transformer Book T200 and get a free 5200 mAh powerbank


The Php 24,995 11-inch ASUS Transformer Book T200 is the bigger screen cousin of the ASUS Transformer Book T100, but with a slightly faster processor and a non-cramped keyboard dock that allows you to connect up to 1TB harddisk. For a limited time, you can get the ASUS Transformer Book T200 with a free bundled ADATA 5200 mAh powerbank worth P1500.

ASUS Transformer Book T200 Features:

  • The 11-inch Windows 8.1 tablet/notebook hybrid device comes with the new Z3775 Intel quad core processor and upgradeable to 1TB of HDD.
  • The tablet includes a micro SD, micro USB and micro HDMI ports — this latter port allows the T200 to be connected to a large-screen monitor or TV to watch videos and movies in Full HD resolution.
  • The keyboard dock includes SuperSpeed USB 3.0, USB 2.0 and network (LAN) ports to complete T200’s desktop-grade I/O capabilities.
  • The extra-large multi-touch touchpad supports Smart Gestures, allowing users to operate T200 comfortably and easily without a mouse.
  • T200 also includes dual HD cameras — a front 5-megapixel camera and a rear 1.2-megapixel camera — for perfect snaps, videos and selfies.


The Transformer Book T200 bundle is available nationwide at SRP Php 24,995 at all ASUS authorized re-sellers.


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