Two separate T200 versions can be had via Best Buy and Amazon respectively, with the former apparently holding exclusivity on the lower-end, lower-cost T200TA-B2 model.
Priced at $399.99, the half-tablet/half-mini-laptop mongrel runs a 32-bit copy of Windows 8.1, featuring mostly mediocre specs like 2 GB RAM, a 32 GB SSD and a 32-bit Intel Atom Z3775 processor.
Meanwhile, the $499 Asus Transformer Book T200TA-C1 available on Amazon doubles down on RAM and internal storage, considerably upping the processing speed ante too, thanks to a quad-core 64-bit Intel Z3795 Bay Trail-T SoC.
Aesthetically and from functional and productive standpoints, there’s really nothing to set the two T200s apart, the detachable touch-enabled display doing its thing on both. Other features include average 1,366 x 768 screen resolution, USB 2.0 and 3.0 ports, micro HDMI connectivity, as well as dual 5 MP and 1.2 MP cameras.