|Screen Size||10.1 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1366x768|
|Processor||1.33 GHz Intel Atom|
|RAM||2 GB DDR3L SDRAM|
|Memory Speed||1600 MHz|
|Hard Drive||500 GB flash_memory_solid_state|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||1|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||11 hours|
ASUS Transformer Book 10.1 Inch 2 in1 Touch Laptop T100TA-H1-GR Grey 2Gb RAM, 32GB SSD, 500GB HDD, Win 8.1
- Windows 8.1
- Intel Atom
- eMMC Storage in tablet
- microHDMI, microUSB
- 802.11 wifi
- 10 inch display
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Confirming other's comments plus some of my own:
1. Do purchase 64GB pad even though it costs extra.
2. Immediately set updates for manual selection vs automatic.
3. I've left keypad "as-is" and have been very satisfied with default settings.
4. I immediately set-up Firefox as default browser (with ixQuick HTTPS overlay for security).
5. I immediately set-up Classic-Shell overlay to maintain Win-7 versatility. (Installed easily and works fine).
6. I immediately added Glary Utilities; CCleaner; MalwareBytes; and a few others I use regularly - no problems.
7. I immediately added a Logitech mouse simply because I prefer it to a keypad for daily usage.
8. Consider buying/using a USB dock due to the single USB port provided in the keyboard. (You won't need separate power supply since the keyboard USB port will automatically power the external dock).
9. There are a bunch of aps installed that I don't use or want (social media, et Al) but I've not yet deleted. I'm guessing I'd free up more space on my limited 32GB pad since I made the mistake of not ordering the 64GB version.
10. I've downloaded programs directly and I've transfered programs/data via thumb drive; all with no problems.
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I had originally discounted the importance of the keyboard dock. After all, how could it be any good at this price point? In the end, I sold my previous laptop, a bulky machine and decided to turn around and buy a laptop. A couple things made me bite the bullet and choose the T100. First, the processor was only one step below the other two, I figured id be fine considering i'm only using it for school. Also, my laptop had the same resolution as this tablet, and it was fine on a 15.6" screen, so I figured that being so much smaller, I really didn't stand to gain much going for the higher resolution. When I sat down to buy the tablet, I was going to get the 64 gb version and get a micro sd card for it at 64 gb as well.Read more ›
A couple of reasons I'm going with a 4-star instead of a 5-star overall review:
When docked and installing programs, you still have to specify for the files to go to the 500GB D: drive - the default C: drive is the tablet and if you don't see this initially, you'll end up like I did where all of a sudden you're out of room. Moving most of the files wasn't that big of a deal, fortunately, but it was an added annoyance initially.
The on board mousepad is extremely jumpy - it is constantly jumping, even in mid click, to the far outreaches of the screen, usually the bottom left corner where your taskbar is by default - which means you're in the middle of clicking something and all of a sudden files start opening up instead, or you get swapped to the Windows 8 screen randomly because the icon gets clicked instead of the button on the webpage over which you were hovering when you actually clicked on it.
The connection to the internet is a bit weird - I'm listing this last because I'm still unable to figure out if this is an issues with the Unit or something my internet's side. Frequently when I return home with this computer, it register's the WiFi, but insists that I have the wrong product key (even though I can see it and know that the passcode is correct). It will do this for several minutes and refuse to connect to the internet, then all of a sudden it will be fine and just hook up. I know some others have had hook-up issues as well, which is part of the reason that I'm unsure if it's the computer or my WiFi. Either way, time seems to fix the issue.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I sent this back. The dynamic of keyboard and touch pad somehow resulted in the cursor jumping all over the place when I was trying to type. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Lisa Greenleaf
This is a good laptop for anyone who is just looking to do basic computer work like surf the web or work on Microsoft Office or stream music/videos, but it is not going to be... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Bryce
It worked pretty well....shut down for no reason occasionally.....for about a year. Then it died for no reason. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Hope
It is OK at the beginning. However keyboard function get disconnected so frequently even though the keyboard is physically and properly connected to the tablet part. Read morePublished 21 days ago by SF
I've had this for only a few months. I loved it at first, but now it inexplicably won't charge the battery. I'm so disappointed. This is a huge problem, ASUS! :(Published 27 days ago by Make Up Lady
great little computer for doing what I need. It's also handy that the screen turns into a tablet when I don't have enough space for a keyboardPublished 28 days ago by Chelsea
This has been perfect taking to class because it hardly takes up any space in my backpack. Running full Windows was a key for me, so this is a perfect fit for someone looking to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tanner Fanjoy
This is a great computer for a college student. It is easy to use and transport. Plus the extra storage on the dock is amazing. I also love that it is touch screen! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Danni
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