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Reviewed on 2013-12-27
Two full devices in one form factor, Premium build quality, Reasonable performance and priceNot using an SSD, Somewhat chunky and heavy, Tablet's battery life is poor, Connective mechanism could be more secure
ASUS first introduced their concept of transforming a tablet into a notebook, with the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Android tablet. Essentially, it was a tablet that you can latch on a keyboard dock, thus turning it into a laptop-like device. Apart from the k...
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Reviewed on 2013-10-29
Asus brought a whole lineup of new devices, ranging from all-in-one PCs to its latest Zenbook thin-and-light ultrabooks, on a roadshow in Singapore last week and we had a chance to get our hands on some of them.What caught the attention though was its Tra...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-03
Building on the strengths of its Transformer AiO, ASUS has unveiled the Transformer Book Trio , a three-in-one device that can function as a Windows 8 notebook or desktop PC. With the screen detached, it operates as an Android Jelly Bean 11.6-inch tablet....
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Reviewed on 2014-12-22
Updated as on December 2014. Don't forget to bookmark this page, as we will be updating it regularly.Laptops may still be priced more than other devices but the configuration has constantly been getting better for the past few years. Now, even the budget ...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-14
Compact and versatile, Great sound – Quad Stereo speakers (tablet and keyboard combined), Good battery life (combined), Quick change button from Android to WindowsNo 3G/4G sim-card slot, Android Jellybean 4.2.2, Screen dim on full brightness, Screen too small for Windows Desktop, Track pad sloppy, Detached tablet is too big and form factor uncomfortable to hold
Asus have been selling many different products in Australia for some time now. One of the pivotal moments for Asus as far as Android goes, was when the teamed up with Google in June 2012 to bring us the original Nexus 7. And, as they say, the rest is hist...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-11
Intel Core i7-4500U+ Intel Atom Z2560 Front HD + 5 MP camera Switch to detach the tablet. 11.6 FHD Touch Panel With 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 in the PC Station, plus 802.11n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0 in the tablet display. Light weight, sleek design ...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-05
The ability to utilise both operating systems widens the range of available applications, Battery in tablet can lengthen laptop operating life, Deskbased and portabilityDifficulty in transitioning between Windows and Android OSs, Heavy compared to ultra book alternatives
Since Windows 8 hit the streets with it's touch friendly interface, manufacturers have been attempting to create devices that engage users on-boarding them into the Windows ecosystem.ASUS provides a relatively unique product in the Transformer, one that a...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-29
Combination of Android and Windows is intriguing, Built very well, Great screenBattery life could do with some work, Keyboard has a little too much travel, Trio concept for three computers in one is only relevant if you keep keyboard section on the desk, Shared files between Android and Windows can be a little complicated to setup a...
Asus tends to experiment with computer concepts more than most companies, and in its latest idea, has merged Android and Windows for a unique combined computer. Does it work, or is it merely a computer with an identity crisis?Two computers in one that som...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-16
While Asus has created countless Windows and Android devices, the Transformer Book Trio TX201LA is the first to unite the two platforms. Part-tablet, part-laptop, this 11.6in device teams an Atom-powered Android tablet with the body of a Haswell-equipped ...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-12
Asus is sticking with their new found philosophy of ‘one device – many uses' and at this CES, they went one step further with the Transformer Book Duet. Today, we'll be reviewing the device that inspired the Duet – the Transformer Book Trio. Asus announce...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-06
Quick switching between OSs, Lovely build quality, Three gadgets in oneIffy trackpad, Screen not fantastic, Bulky
We've seen hybrid laptop-tablets hybrids before, but the Asus Transformer Book Trio has a third skill – it also works as a desktop PC. Plug a monitor into the keyboard base, and hey presto, you've got a workstation. Most hybrid devices – like the Microsof...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-30
While Asus has created countless Windows and Android devices, the Transformer Book Trio TX201LA is the first to unite the two platforms. Part-tablet, part-laptop, this 11.6in device teams an Atom-powered Android tablet with the body of a Haswell-equippe...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-21
Switching between OSes is easy, Solid build quality, Full HD displayPricey, A little on the heavy side, Average battery life
ASUS has definitely made a name for themselves over the years as they continue to combine multiple devices into one, easing the headache of consumers who can't decide between purchasing device ‘A' or device ‘B'. Their PadFones and Transformers are the fir...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-17
Combines tablet convenience and laptop productivity. Has both Windows and Android capability. Decent performance in both operating systems.Expensive. Awkward union of tablet and laptop with hardware switching. Kludgy file sharing between laptop and tablet. Tablet portion occasionally failed to turn on during testing
First announced the Computex trade show last June, the Asus Transformer Book Trio ($1,499, as tested) is three devices in one. It's a laptop, it's a tablet, and it's even a desktop PC (sort of). The Transformer Book Trio%displayPrice% at %seller% is the n...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-04
Innovative concept that works well, Good screen, Battery lifeSystem would be faster with an SSD, Low quality audio, Not for gaming
Just before the opening of this year's Computex Taipei exhibition, Asus unveiled two new computers. The first is no less than a tablet/laptop/desktop hybrid called the Transformer Book Trio, and...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-29
TheseSwitching from Windows to Android could be slow if the system is busy
Should your next laptop be Windows or Android? ASUS Transformer Book Trio has both!After hearing so much about this techno-marvel, I finally received a review unit from ASUS Singapore to find out how well it works in real life.The Transformer Book Trio is...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-21
We’ve seen our fair share of detachable tablets and keyboard docks, but the Asus Transformer Book Trio TX201LA is unlike any hybrid device we’ve ever seen. Not only is there a complete Windows 8 system hidden inside its keyboard, there’s also an entire An...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-01
In the computing word, the term “hybrid” is often synonymous with “compromise” or “expense”. In the case of the Asus Transformer Book Trio , neither applies: it is a fully-capable computer with separate hardware for both an Android tablet and a Windows la...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-28
While Asus has created countless Windows and Android devices, the Transformer Book Trio TX201LA is the first to unite the two platforms. Part-tablet, part-laptop, this 11.6in device teams an Atom-powered Android tablet with the body of a Haswell-equipped...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-11
The PC market has been on the wane for quite some time despite the industry's efforts to tempt consumers with convertible notebooks and Windows 8 tablets.The popularity of Android tablets and iPads in additon to longer upgrade cycles has played a part in ...
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