|Screen Size||11.6 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920x1080|
|Processor||1.9 GHz Core i7-3517U|
|RAM||4 GB DDR3|
|Memory Speed||1600 MHz|
|Hard Drive||256 GB flash_memory_solid_state|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Integrated Intel HD Graphics 4000|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||2|
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ASUS Taichi 21-DH71 11-Inch Convertible 2in1 (OLD VERSION)
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|Item Weight||2.7 pounds||4.6 pounds||3.2 pounds||8.27 pounds|
|Processors||Core i7 3517U 1.9 GHz||core i7 5500u 2.4 GHz||core m 5y10||core i7 1.9 GHz|
|Operating System||Windows 8;||Windows 8||Windows 8.1||Windows 8;|
|Memory||4 GB DDR3||8 GB DDR3||4 GB DDR3||4 GB DDR3 SDRAM|
|Storage||256 GB||1024 GB 5400 RPM||128 GB||256 GB|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Integrated Intel HD Graphics 4000||Intel HD||Intel HD||Information not provided|
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My review is the number one here so I feel obligated to post an update on my recent issues with the Taichi. I still love the machine, but Asus support is just too slow for me as you'll see on my story below and also on other reviews posted here.
My Taichi had been overheating and I contacted support, I also told them about a screen crack I had due to a drop (Although the crack didn't appear until a month or two after the drop), the VIP Support exclusive to Taichi was friendly, professional, you name it, they were very good, however, things started to go south when they told me I had to ship the laptop back with my own box and paying my own shipping. You see, I come from a world of thinkpads where Lenovo ships me a box, overnight, with a prepaid overnight label and returns the laptop in the same way. I figured I would deal with it, but it was certainly inconvenient and disappointing for a business laptop. So I shipped the thing, praying that my package was good enough and didn't break the laptop even more and that it actually got there on time.
Two weeks went by and I called in to see how things were going, they told me that the laptop was in repair and that I could check status online, etc. Then, I start checking online daily and notice that they have a message saying "out of warranty waiting for customer response". So I call in and they tell me that because I dropped it the laptop was out of warranty. That would all be fine however, before I sent it I had explained this to support and mentioned that I had the 1 year accidental damage protection and they said all was ok. Actually, they said that if not for that they would have sent a repair person to fix the laptop at my location, so how come now they forgot about all of this?Read more ›
Here is my take on the laptop.
First, I have had the previous laptops before this and they pale in comparison to the Taichi.
The Samsung ATIV PC Pro 700t. (Horrible keyboard)
The Samsung Series 9 late 2012 edition. (second favorite ultrabook)
Lenovo Twist, Lenovo Carbon x1, HP Spectre 14 with Ivy bridge(late 2012)(Heavy), The yoga (I call it the horrible bouncing screen), the ASUS Zenbook UX31A (Excellent), and my media laptop the HP ENVY 17 3d (Ivy bridge) spec'ed out.
Why am I telling you this?
I have come to find out that the laptops with the touchscreen right in front of the keyboard has become an unused option for myself, especially when you have a good windows 8 compatible touchpad. The new touchpads have all the screen moves with no arm movement to reach out to the screen, and once you learn to use the efficiency of the shortcuts there is no real reason to take the time to reach up to the screen. (I did less and less over time.) I did however want the touchscreen tablet version for the new OS and the desire for the touchscreen but not in the way that it is presented behind a keyboard. The touchpad is great for taking notes, touchscreen games, Drawing, and just plain fun to use with the windows 8 fluent OS. I really do love it. For those of you not liking the windows 8 yet, give it time. I have come to love it for its efficiency and ability to go PC, Tablet, Phone. With the learning curve mostly past me, there is nothing else that compares in my opinion. I would think that everyone would feel the same way once they put the time in and get past the learning curve of the new Awesome OS. I certain would think so at least.Read more ›
When I took it home to set up it was easy and had no issues then had MS store techs do their PC tune up for $99 and the computer was cleaned out of all the bloatware and its just like getting a PC at the MS store with their Microsoft signature...it blazes now. OFFICE 2013 is great and works well with this form factor of a PC laptop, the screens are amazing both the matte finish and the tablet, you have to adjust the settings in the charm bar to stop having the system dim the display as I have read the reviews that pointed a dim display even with it being charged.
As for battery life its not that bad, 4-5 hours is good for me plus for what I use it for I can get up 6-7 hours, I didn't buy this to stream on line or gaming without the battery, this reason is a whole new PC itself, like a desktop but I use it more for email, and some web surfing, and fact finding, Sky Drive and Dropbox MS OFFICE, and travel.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
great cocept but was told that it couldn't be updated to windows 10. Worst, the battery was dead and never held a charge. Had to send it back.Published 1 month ago by Andrew Mauthe
Doesn't run Windows 10. A few bugs with hardware. Overall good product. Yet I'd pay more and get the Sony or Lenovo for better performance and reliabilityPublished 3 months ago by zack
I purchased this Taichi from amazon. I bought for 941.00 dollars. At the time they were 1159.00 everywhere on the internet. Great product I loved it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Hadlock S.
Very good computer. Should note that the tablet monitor is just as sensitive as an "actual" tablet- handle with care. Easy to use once you review the shortcut keys.Published 5 months ago by RON THOMPSON
This tablet-pc changed my life. Every things becomes easier than before. I was have lots of gadget like rog series, high end all devices... Read morePublished 5 months ago by OMERKARTAL
when I want to use it on tablet mode, it takes time or doesn't work at all...Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
I absolutely love this little computer. People have a giant hate on for them because the inner screen is not a touch screen... I came from Windows 7 to this which has windows 8. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mike Middlestead
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