Reviews and Problems with Asus Transformer Book T100
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Worth the cost
14 September 2015
Summary: I've been using this laptop for quite a few months now. It is good for the price. Keyboard is fluent, although compact. Screen is bright enough, and the touch capability works for everything I've used it to do. I use this primarily as a laptop.
Summary: this replaced an asus netbook for traveling, which had the great now missed " express gate". the lighter weight is great. faster processor great. a lightweight fully functional tablet is great ( the reason for the purchase ) interaction with Skype is an issue.
Summary: So many choices out there - but this 2-in-1 is working out just fine. Perfect size, great look and does everything as described. It is nice to have a USB port on the keyboard. Battery lasts a very long time!
Summary: This is the best and cheapest full is machine you can get. It was in sale for $200 last year, which is a steal. Newer machines will arrive of course, but this is still good. I like the keyboard better than Lenovo's full laptop keyboard. The keys respond well.
Summary: I've had this device about 2 years now. It's the 64Gb version that also came with a full copy of MS Office. The device is a great tablet for surfing the web and doing minor email and other simple things. I can take it anywhere and be doing whatever I want as long as there is a WiFi connection.
Summary: I love many things about this little ASUS, but the ONE thing that I have to say is a real bummer is the micro USB charging jack! Do yourself a favor and add the accident protection because you WILL accidentally yank the cord at some point and the micro USB connector (on the cable) will be ruined,...
Summary: This is my second Asus Transformer Book. The first one I had for about a year. I had to replace that one when I dropped it and cracked the screen. The first one had only 32gb storage, which quickly filled up with just the OS and a couple of programs.