|Screen Size||10.1 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1024 x 600 pixels|
|Processor||1.66 hertz Intel Atom|
|RAM||2 GB DDR3|
|Hard Drive||320 GB|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel GMA 3150|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||7 hours|
ASUS Eee PC T101MT-BU37-BK 10.1-Inch Convertible Tablet - Black
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I read the reviews of the folks with the Win 7 starter/ 1GB RAM version, and must say I have not had any of the problems they have had with performance. The touch screen works well enough, although when I updated my video driver it stopped working, so I had to roll back. There are a few spots at the edge of the screen where it gets a little less accurate, but on the whole I find it works the way I need it to.
The biggest problem I've had with the machine is, unfortunately, the charger. It ran very very hot for about a month, and now, not at all. I'm writing this with less than an hour left on my battery, and until a replacement charger gets to me (ordered separately- I have not been able to get through to Asus warranty support, so there goes that last star) I will not be able to use the computer, which is a pity.
Good machine at a better price, but you're not paying for great customer service.
This is the replacement for my Asus 1008HA. It's a small computer, which I like. However, a lot of people don't care for the size of the keyboard, finding it too small. I don't mind it. More important, I like its feel much more than the keyboards of the two 1015PXs and 1018HAs that I tried on my way to this computer. The 1015PX purchased only two months ago as the best of the lot has been passed on to my son.)
I chose this version of the T101MT because I wanted the 2GB of memory, the larger hard drive, and Win 7 Professional. I could have bought the less expensive version and upgraded the memory and operating system myself, saving a few dollars in the bargain, but I was happy to avoid the headache and have Asus do it for me. Also, I wanted that larger hard drive.
What can you do with a touch screen and Windows? Much of what you can do with a mouse or trackpad. You can click and and you can drag, but instead of doing it with a cursor, you do it with either your finger or the built in stylus. I'm far from being expert here, though. My reason for getting it was to be able to do everything I could do with my 1008HA AND comfortably read PDF documents on a flat surface. I am not disappointed.
The biggest downside, and reason for 4 stars rather than 5, is its weight. The T101MT is 3 lbs 1 oz compared to the 1008HA's 2 lbs 5 oz. While the T101MT is only one-third again as heavy, it's the difference between knowing you're carrying something around and hardly noticing it at all...at least for me.
The device feels sturdy and well-built. My 3 year old got hold of it yesterday and I found it with the screen at a strange angle which made me think she'd broken the hinge, but it had held up just fine. Went right back into place.
The keyboard isn't too loud for typing in a meeting. Boot-up time is negated by the ability to put it to sleep for extended periods of time by simply closing it.
Don't expect to be awed by the screen or the battery. The touch experience and the viewing experience are both just average. I get about 3 solid hours of constant note-taking time before it cries for it's power cable. Works for me because it charges back up pretty quick, but may be too little for others.
if you all remember, this netvertible is the first of its kind!!! its not a traditional netbook, and not exactly a tablet! DO NOT COMPARE IT WITH ANY OTHER AS THERE IS NO COMPARISON!
now for my review...
This is a wonderul laptop.
This is a wonderful touchscreen netbook
This is a wonderful touch screet tablet!
I am a Technology Consultant who only needed a lightweight notebook to travel with, and i saw this. i was in the US at the time. When i did, i bought one immediately, and before i recieved it, i had traveled out back to Nigeria, so i had it shipped out to me there. I ordered another Tm101MT for my wife when i got to Nigeria, when mine arrived, i immediately set it up and started to use it, but noticed that the touch function was not available on the taskbar at all, so i assumed it was design! the second one arrived a month after (so i was out of return period) now this one had a flawless touch screen, and exactly the same specs as mine!
THIS HAS BEEN THE COMPUTER WITH BEST BALANCE HAVE EVER USED!
its a smooth, fast (4 core processor) machine with immence power. i have tested it with Windows 8, Ubuntu Linux 11, Android 4.03, and it has perforned admirably with all operation systems. The touch screen is responsive, yes you need more pressure (its a resistive screesn) but it delivers my needs! it runs on an intel Atom processor (which is designed for low power condumption, yet it outperformes my Acer centrino!!. i have found myself working witn this a lot more.
On battery power, this little wonder has had me working 6 hrs in Airport waiting lobbies before remembering to plug up! there are a few things people need to know about maximizing battery power.Read more ›
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I bought this years ago, I can't believe they still sell this. It is not a good computer because:
- The touch screen is very imprecise
- Windows 7 is not designed for... Read more
I finally thought I would take the time to let people know about my experience with this ASUS product. Read morePublished on October 16, 2012 by T.J.V.
Save yourself headaches. DO NOT waste your money on this computer. One of the most attractive features of this system should be the stylus feature. Read morePublished on September 25, 2012 by myrna
This was a gift for my son who is a writer. He is very pleased with it and is using it to work on another book. I am happy for him.Published on July 21, 2012 by Margaret Robertson
OK so i'm giving it two stars because although the tablet was great it did not last 12 months. it stop working after 10 months... Read morePublished on June 20, 2012 by Kent
I am reviewing this netbook from the view of a college student, and I have to say, I am impressed with this netbook. Read morePublished on May 2, 2012 by justamsboy
I recived the pc and I was disappointed to find out I can't use it as a tablet caz the top part of the screen is would not respond to touching
I tried using the pen and my... Read more
I purchased the ASUS Eee PC T101MT-BU37 (upgrade of the BU27) sketchbook/journaling book in large part because I was very attracted to the pressure sensitivity. Read morePublished on June 11, 2011 by Heather Freeman