Reviews and Problems with Asus Transformer AiO P1801
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Asus Transformer AiO P1801 Review
6 April 2013
Summary: The ratings awarded to a product are derived from a number of tests and calculations, keeping certain important factors in mind. These factors consist of features, performance, quality and value for money. In case of software and some other categories, build quality might be replaced with ease of use or ease of installation. Products are compared with other products in a similar price range or product category.
Conclusion: The Transformer AiO is one answer to a question that not enough manufacturer's are tackling; how do you bridge the gap between desktop and tablet? Asus's hybrid all-in-one is an innovative solution that offers plenty to admire, and having spent some quality time with the system we've come to appreciate the value in being able to literally take your desktop with you. Yet while there's merit to the concept, there are a couple of limitations that stifle the overall appeal.
Conclusion: You can think of the Transformer AIO as an innovative niche product, and maybe as a harbinger of the future. Switching between two operating systems isn't for everyone, but switching between desktop and tablet work is a trend that's here to stay.
Pros: Detachable screen gives you a jumbo Android tablet to take to the couch or kitchen, Good performance in desktop mode, HDMI port lets you connect a second monitor when tablet is in use elsewhere
Cons: 18.4-inch tablet weighs over 5 pounds, has lackluster battery life, Managing two operating systems on one device can be confusing, Screen is huge for a tablet, but small for a desktop for the price
Summary: Se há algo em que a Asus merece todo o nosso respeito é na sua incessante vontade em criar novas e inovadoras soluções. É extremamente fácil encontrar bons exemplos que confirmam a nossa afirmação inicial, como o Padfone, o EeePC e os tablets Transformer.