ASUS Transformer Book T100 10.1-inch Convertible Tablet with Detachable Keyboard (Intel Atom Z3775 1.8GHz, 1.33 Base Frequency 2GB RAM, 32GB SSD, WLAN, BT, Integrated Graphics, Windows 8.1)
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- Lightning performance - The Transformer book T100 provides the ideal performance in a 10.1-inch Windows tablet
- Work and have fun - optimum-comfort keys combined with premium software gives users an unforgettable experience
- All-day battery life
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The Transformer Book T100 provides the world's best performance in a 10.1" Windows Tablet. It has Intel's Bay Trail-T Quad Core CPU inside and a multitouch HD screen to make the most of Windows 8.1. The Transformer Book is also the first Windows 8.1 tablet to feature USB 3.0, allowing up to 10x faster data transfer speeds.
The T100TA's optimum-comfort keys and 19mm travel distance keyboard provides users with an unforgettable typing experience. Also the T100TA's detachable docking station provides high mobility, perfect for different usage scenarios.
The T100TA's battery provides up to 11 hours battery life - depending on usage - so you can spend more time enjoying your music, movies and games, or working on your projects without having to locate the nearest plug.
Microsoft Office Home and Student 2013 pre-installed.
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The transformer concept isn't new this is a recently updated model and features an improved processer (Intel Atom 1.8GHz) You basically get a Windows tablet AND an add on keyboard which turns it into something along the lines of a slim line netbook/laptop. My impressions overall are quite good, but you'll need to see if this is suitable for your needs
A quick summary of the stronger and weaker points of the Transformer
+ The screen is quite clear 10.1" - IPS touch sensitive 1366 x 768, it's not super high resolution but contrast and colours are quite respectable
+ Processors is the newer updated Atom this is quite a lot better than older models and more than good enough for powering the tablet it feels quite snappy in use and for a tablet it's a good performance even for video playback and the odd game. 2Gb of ram is also fine
+ Quite well featured you get a 1.2mp webcam front camera on the tablet, stereo sound and microphone, wifi 802.11n, Bluetooth 4.0: connections on the tablet are a micro USB port for charging, mini HDMI, micro SD card and a headphone socket.
+ Keyboard is pretty good for touch typing if a little cramped (due to smaller size) this adds a single USB 3.Read more ›
Keyboard is needed for example to use Firefox browser, tapping doesn't work to close tabs or to drag websites to bookmark toolbar.
The screen has quite some reflection, not possible to work outside even in the shade.
If you're new to Windows 8, it's a steep learning curve, fortunately we already have an Asus gaming laptop, so the keyboard is familiar.
Glad to have the keyboard to take full advantage of the tablet.
Works far better than my ipad, simply because you can access all the windows software you've previoously paid for, or got free, such as Open Office. sadly ipad is nothing but a toy by contrast, running crippled free apps that are really up to nothing when unlocked. apple made the choice not to allow entirely free software on the ipad (part of the lifestyle image they want to create), so you won't find great stuff like open office for that, but you can use it here without problem. the display is a little small and if like me your eyesight isn't what it used to be, you'll need 3x reading glasses.
more ports than ipad, and takes micro SD cards as expension hard drives.
windows 8 takes the biscuit, really, with stuff moved around and renamed for no apparent reason. but you slowly get used to it.
However, we've both been using them -- or trying to use them -- on a longer trip to Australia, and are disappointed and fed up. With both of them, however carefully they're used, the tablet stops "knowing" that the keyboard is there. It is necessary to keep disconnecting and reconnecting the keyboard. With mine, I can't use a soft shut-down: I have to use the OFF switch on the tablet.
Perhaps we've been exceptionally unlucky. Once I'm back in the UK I hope to find out.
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