Conclusion: But as it stands, you could get a better, lighter, longer-lasting ultrabook, like HP's Spectre 13, and a good separate Android tablet, like the Asus-made 2013 Google Nexus 7, together for about $250 less.
Pros: Attractive, smart design, Combines Windows and Android well, Nice 1080p IPS screen
Cons: Heavy in laptop mode, Expensive, Short battery life, Disappointing keyboard and touch pad, Scanty tablet storage
Asus Transformer Book Trio: Most versatile hybrid yet
5 December 2014
Summary: The Asus Transformer Book Trio TX201LA will cost you Rs 98,099 and while that is a lot of money for a 12-inch notebook, the Trio is actually better value than most other notebooks in this price range. If it’s sheer portability you’re after; then look no further than the Acer Aspire S7-392.
Excerpt: The Asus steps up the hybrid market with their Transformer Book Trio. Not only is it a tablet and laptop, the detachable keyboard can plug into a monitor, effectively making it a desktop PC.
Pros: Full HD display with good color reproduction, Relatively smooth performance in tablet and laptop mode, Three distinct configuration modes: tablet, laptop and desktop PC, Functional Android and Windows 8 OS
Cons: Combined with the keyboard, weighs a hefty 3.7 pounds, Icons and text are too small in Windows mode, File sharing between tablet and laptop has limited uses, Poor battery life
Excerpt: After last year’s launch of the dual-screened Taichi at Computex, Asus has a bit of a reputation to maintain and it didn’t disappoint this year with the announcement of the Asus Transformer Book Trio – a three-in-one mobile device which switches between being an Android Jelly Bean tablet, Windows 8...
An Android tablet, Windows 8 laptop, and Windows 8 PC, all in one mixed up product
Good Gear Guide.au
12 February 2013
Conclusion: With the Transformer Book Trio, ASUS gives you a device that can be used as an Android tablet, a Windows laptop or desktop PC. It's a product that continues the company's fine traditional of innovation, but we don't think it's ready for the mainstream just yet.
Pros: Separate Android tablet and Windows 8 PC units, Full HD screen
Cons: Felt sluggish during general use, Base has a hard drive rather than SSD