TECH | My new gadget - laptop/tablet

by - Monday, September 08, 2014

Before the vacation, I had to get a new laptop as my old one was way too old. I knew I didn't need a super powerful laptop; for what I use it (outside work) a tiny little one, with office and some apps was more than enough.
The idea of having a table also popped to my mind, but I wanted to have Windows and also the advantages of a laptop.
Guess what?! I found an amazing 2-in-1!!
Without further dues, let me present you the ASUS Transformer Book!!

All pics from Google

What they say about it:

Transformer Book T100 is a compact ultraportable that combines the productivity features of a laptop with the easy portability of a tablet — and you can switch between the two in an instant. At just 1.07kg, T100 is one of the lightest laptops around, but detach the 10.1-inch display from the keyboard and it becomes an equally lightweight multi-touch tablet you can take anywhere. The sleek design features a durable finish, too, so T100 will always look its best. 

Transformer Book T100 is powered by the latest Intel® Atom™ Z3740 quad-core processor for perfect balance of multi-tasking performance and outstanding energy efficiency. With up to 11 hours battery life, T100 can last for more than a full working day before it needs to be recharged and with Microsoft Office Home & Student 2013 supplied pre-installed, your productivity will know no bounds. eMMC storage makes launching apps and saving files speedy, too, while USB 3.0 supports next-generation SuperSpeed storage devices for turbo-charged data transfers. 

Developed by the team of experts in the ASUS Golden Ear team, SonicMaster audio technology uses a tailored mix of hardware and software to enhance sound quality to a level far above what you might expect from so small a laptop. Stereo speakers with large resonance chambers give rich, rounded bass and sophisticated audio processing tools boost the frequency range to make music, movies and games sound fantastic. 

So far, I'm loving it; it's light, small but not nanoscale like, portable, laptop/pc functions plus advantages of a tablet.
Glad I got this mini-pc, as I usually call it. hahaha
The minus is Windows 8.... I still don't get the heck of it, but I hope that comes with the time.
Still wondering why Microsoft choose this kind of architecture....

And no, I did not want to go for Mac! :-D

A Windows/Microsoft lover,
Miss B.

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