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Reviewed on 2015-06-02
Two key advances in technology has made it possible for manufacturers like ASUS to come up with smaller, slimmer and more affordable 2-in-1 hybrid convertible devices. The first is of course low-power and affordable processors like Intel's new “Cherry Tra...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-07
Versatile and portable, Easy docking and undocking, USB TypeCEntrylevel performance
It's really unfortunate that netbooks, as a category, died out. Even though they were only ever powerful enough to handle the absolute basics, loads of people loved them for their portability and low cost. Today, if you're looking for something really sma...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-02
Attractive, slim design, Lightweight, Good overall performance, PriceFingerprint smudges
After the Acer Switch 10E last month, we tested another 10-inch hybrid ultraportable in the form of ASUS Transformer Book T100HA. We've seen literally every generation of the Transformer series from ASUS since its inception, and are quite pleased with thi...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-02
According to PC market analyst IDC, the Windows 2-in-1 market is looking to experience a rather impressive 59.5% year on year growth in 2015, making it one of the most important segments to PC manufacturers. It's no wonder then that we're seeing a flurry...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-20
Two years ago the 10.1-inch Transformer Book T100 was ASUS's first outing with a small-format 2-in-1 Windows notebook -- that is, a laptop with a screen that detaches to function as a tablet. The new Transformer Book T100HA updates the internal components...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-18
ASUS, the pioneer of transformable laptops, has an updated Transformer Book T100 model codenamed T100HA. The design and outlook does not differ much from the earlier T100 series, but with enhancements in line with current computing technology.The T100HA i...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-10
The Transformer T100HA is a Windows tablet much like the Microsoft Surface 3 , but it comes with a keyboard and costs considerably less. Asus has been making 'transformer' devices as it calls them for several years. The story of the T100HA is similar to...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-03
The Asus Transformer Book T100HA is the latest in a line of convertible tablet-laptops from Asus, and once again it's affordable, portable and pretty decent on the specs front. Does it do enough to make it a worthwhile purchase though? We took a look at o...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-30
Remember when netbooks were the darlings of the tech scene? Ah, those were the days. Asus became synonymous with the low-cost portables, and was arguably the first to ace the formula (Yes, I'm talking about the original Transformer Book T100), so it's no...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-27
Long battery life, colourful screenUnremarkable performance, low resolution, fuzzy cameras
YES, IT'S ANOTHER sub-£300 2-in-1 to join the likes of the HP Pavilion x2 . The surprising quality of that device, however, gave us high hopes that the Transformer Book T100HA might be a similar cut-price success story...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-23
Available for £229, Good battery life, Silent, passive cooling, Good connectivity options, Runs Windows 10 as standardLowres display, Limited performance, Cramped keyboard and trackpad
Windows PCs are under siege. At the top end of the price spectrum it's Apple who continues to be a thorn in Microsoft's side, but for many consumers the more relevant battle is being fought in the low-end space, where tablets and cheap-and-cheerful Chrome...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-20
Low price, Strong performance and good battery life in testing, 64-bit operating system, Attractive In-Plane Switching (IPS) display, USB Type-C ports, Dual-band Wi-FiTop-heavy design when docked, Finicky docking system, Front- and rear-facing cameras are mediocre, Short on storage
The Asus Transformer Book T100HA ($299 as tested) is a well-rounded detachable-hybrid Windows tablet that offers a nice display, a 64-bit operating system, good battery life, and a wide range of features and port options, all for a modest price. The Acer...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-12
Tablet has nice build, Solid battery life, Windows 10 is great (but Asus's preloaded software is not)Performance lags occasionally, Below average display, Keyboard can be frustrating to type on
Notebooks will always have a major advantage over tablets: the keyboard. For all of it does to compromise portability, it offers a method of input that can never be matched by on-screen, virtual keyboards, and that's exactly the appeal that Asus (and some...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-30
Attractive finish/styling, Sharp and vibrant display, Flexible 2in1 in design, Generous assortment of functionality, USB 3.1 TypeC support, Up to 12 hours battery lifeLacks 802.11ac, Screen has limited rotation of 120°
The tablet marketplace has become extremely buoyant in the last - years – so much so that it can almost be guaranteed that the average household will own at least one of these products Although popularity has risen for this type of device there are still...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-16
Extremely light, Robust keyboard connector, Multiple coloursSlow to charge, Tiny, weeny, slow storage, Poor quality keyboard
Few laptops get to be brands. But Asus' Transformer is a brand in itself, having been around since 2011, when it was a ground-breaking design. The concept of all the computer's brains being carried in the screen was truly innovative, and the removable key...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-15
More than meets the eye? Asus has leveraged the criticism of their T100 Chi to concoct a completely refined successor which corrects nearly all of its issues. Plus, just for kicks, it's 25% less expensive, too! Is this the Chromebook killer Windows needs?...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-14
Extremely light, Robust keyboard connector, Multiple coloursSlow to charge, Tiny, weeny, slow storage, Poor quality keyboard
Few laptops get to be brands. But Asus' Transformer is a brand in itself, having been around since 2011, when it was a ground-breaking design. The concept of all the computer's brains being carried in the screen was truly innovative, and the removable key...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-09
Bargain price, Bright IPS screen, Surprisingly usable keyboard, "Cherry Trail" Atom x5 gives perky performanceCan't attach display facing away from keyboard, Prone to tip over, despite screen not tilting back very far
Now the operating system of the day is Windows 10, and instead of the conventional Office suite you get Word Mobile, Excel Mobile, and PowerPoint Mobile—"lite" versions of the productivity trio that you activate with your Microsoft account. (If you want f...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-06
Affordable, Windows 10 preinstalled, Reasonable performanceDull looking design, Asus bloatware, Poor sound quality
What is the Asus Transformer Book T100HA? The Transformer Book T100HA is the latest two-in-one convertible from Taiwanese firm Asus. This Windows 10-powered machine aims to offer users a fully functional tablet that can be converted into a laptop simply b...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-23
nice looking and well built, available in 4 different colors, packs a good screen, modern hardware available in multiple configurations, good IO, long battery life, loud speakers, great pricesome minor design flaws, cramped keyboard with quite a lot of flex, rather slow WiFi, charges slowly
Asus will update the popular Transformer Book series with a new model this fall, the T100HA. It's scheduled for release at the beginning of October, with the base models starting at around 300E here in Europe ($299 in the US), and includes, among others...
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