Here’s how I have it set up to run as a desktop machine.
I have a USB hub to which are connected a keyboard, a USB mouse, and a DVD drive. This is plugged directly into the full-sized USB port on theT100′s keyboard. I also have a mini-HDMI converter connector attached to the mini-HDMI port on the tablet, and a full-sized cable leading to my 22″ display. Finally, the headphone jack is cabled into my vintage Pioneer receiver, for playback throught the mighty stack of Advent speakers.
It takes me ten seconds to plug everything in, and I am able to use the machine as a full-featured desktop computer. And it runs just about as fast as the Toshiba Ultrabook from two years back that I originally used this setup for.
So there it is: A tablet, a notebook, and a desktop, for less than 400 bucks, and I can carry the core machine everywhere I go.