|Screen Size||10.1 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1280 x 800 pixels|
|Processor||1.4 GHz Atom Z8500|
|RAM||4 GB DDR3|
|Memory Speed||1600 MHz|
|Hard Drive||64 GB Flash Memory Solid State|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD|
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ASUS Transformer Book T100HA-C4-GR 10.1-Inch 2 in 1 Touchscreen Laptop (Cherry Trail Quad-Core Z8500 Processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB Storage, Windows 10), Gray
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- 2-in-1 ultraportable notebook with a 10" IPS WXGA (1280x800), detachable tablet
- Touchscreen, smooth multitasking with 4GB memory, 64GB eMMC with Windows 10 pre-installed
- Intel Quad-Core Cherry Trail x5-Z8500 1.44GHz (Turbo up to 2.24GHz)
- Comfortable keyboard dock with multi-touch touchpad and USB 3.0 Type C for productivity on-the-go
- Ultra-portable with 0.72-inch thin and only 2.28lbs weight
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What’s In the Box:
- ASUS Transformer Book T100HA
- AC Adapter
- User E-manual
- Warranty Card
ASUS Transformer Book T100HA
Thinner. Faster. And an Amazing 12-hour Battery Life.
As the proud successor of the top-selling ASUS Transformer Book T100TA, the new T100HA gets a 20% performance boost with the new quad-core Intel ‘Cherry Trail’ processor and 4GB RAM installed. Measuring only 0.72-inch thin and 2.28 pounds light, the T100HA is 20% thinner than its predecessor, making it even more portable and easier to carry around wherever you go. And with up to an incredible 12 hours of battery life, it’s always ready — for work and play!
- All-day Battery- up to 12 hours
- Simply Thin- 0.72-inch
- Super Light- 2.28lbs
- Smooth Multitasking - 4GB memory
- Detachable 2-in-1 - Keyboard included
- Two Modes- tablet/laptop mode
Transform Between Laptop and Tablet With Ease
Reengineered with technology from the flagship Transformer Book Chi series, the T100HA integrates four neodymium magnets to ensure the tablet and keyboard connect with ease, precision and strength. The self-aligning magnetic hinge design allows for lightning-fast transformation and ensures a strong connection when docked.
ASUS rigorously tested the design to assure long-term reliability:
> 20,000 swing tests
> 25,000 open-close tests
Ready for Your Active Life
Your Mobile Companion
At just 2.28 pounds and 0.72-inch, the lightweight and compact T100HA is the perfect grab-and-go device that fits in your purse, backpack or messenger bag to accompany you anywhere your day takes you. Take it to a coffee shop, business meetings, the lake, the beach or a hike - the T100HA is always ready to work, create, share or relax.
Work or Play – all day – on one charge
The T100HA is optimized for up to 12 hours* of work or play on a single charge. This incredible battery performance is made possible thanks to Intel’s latest energy-efficient processor.
*Battery duration may vary depending on workload.
Fast Charge Technology
Charging the T100HA is very quick thanks to Fast Charge technology. When the T100HA battery is completely depleted at 0-percent, an 80-percent charge for up to 9.5 hours of use only takes 2 hours when using the included charger or Fast Charge compatible USB power banks such as the ASUS ZenPower so you can quickly charge and be on your way.
A Better Daily Computing Experience
Performance For Work or Play
Powered by the latest Intel Atom x5 Z8500 Quad-Core processor, the T100HA offers class-leading performance for work or play. The latest architecture delivers a performance leap over the previous generation T100TA.
New integrated Intel HD Graphics enriches the T100HA with a 20-percent graphics performance boost from its predecessor for smooth media playback and hardware-accelerated tasks such as image editing and video processing while delivering greater energy-efficiency.
Smooth Multitasking with 4GB of RAM
The T100HA makes multi-tasking a breeze with up to 4GB of RAM for quick system responsiveness too. More RAM enables the T100HA to compete with more powerful and costlier systems without breaking a sweat while delivering up to a 40-percent performance increase in home, creative and work applications.
Unlock the best Windows 10 experience
Featuring a stereo array microphone optimized for Cortana- your personal digital assistant, you can count on the new ASUS Transformer Books to always respond instantly and accurately to the 'Hey Cortana!' activation command. With Continuum, Windows 10 also ensures the best screen is always the one you’re on. Whether you are using the T100HA in tablet mode or the TP200 in tent mode, your apps and content will always be displayed beautifully at all times.
The T100HA includes the latest USB 3.0 Type-C port that enables fast transfer speeds with USB 3.0 devices. The reversible design of the USB-C connector ensures fast, effortless connectivity that eliminates guessing which side is up or down.
ASUS understands USB-C is a new connector and users may still have existing cables and peripherals to use. The T100HA has a standard micro USB connector for charging, micro HDMI for display connectivity and an analog headphone/ microphone jack on the tablet.
There’s even a standard USB 2.0 port available when the T100HA is docked with the keyboard for compatibility with all USB peripherals and devices.
Thinner. Faster. And an Amazing 12-hour Battery Life. As the proud successor of the top-selling ASUS Transformer Book T100TA, the new T100HA gets a 20% performance boost with the new quad-core Intel ‘Cherry Trail’ processor and 4GB RAM installed. Measuring only 0.72-inch thin and 2.28 pounds light, the T100HA is 20% thinner than its predecessor, making it even more portable and easier to carry around wherever you go. And with up to an incredible 12 hours of battery life, it’s always ready — for work and play!
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-Specs - price for performance - This is a sub $300 tablet that has an included keyboard, 4gb of ram and 64GB of storage. Hard to beat those specs for that price. Sure, the screen is only 1280x800 pixels, and its an Atom processor (though it is the newer Cherry Trail version), but this little machine works really well for day to day tasks. Those cheaper machines with only 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and a previous generation Bay Trail processor pale in comparison. Spend about $100 more to get this machine compared to those others and you will get better performance, and still save $300 compared a similarly specced Microsoft Surface 3 (not the Pro; the Surface 3 base model also has a Cherry Trail processor, only 2gb of ram, and 64GB of storage) plus its $120 keyboard (which is not included in the Surface 3 base price) and you'll be really happy. Note that you'd have about 35gb of usable storage space when you first turn the laptop on.
-Form Factor - This little machine can fit (awkwardly) in my winter coat pocket. I'm pretty sure there are some cargo pockets this would fit into. Not that you would ever transport it that way, but the point is this thing is really compact. It's a bit heavy, but that is really related to ensuring proper balance on your lap or on a table when you have the keyboard attached, so the weight it forgivable. Some people will complain about the weight, but I don't see it as an issue. The tablet secures easily to the keyboard with magnets (no button to push or anything). The connection is secure enough that you can lift it by the tablet portion and the keyboard remains securely attached. Minimal effort is needed to separate the two parts. Also, unlike a Surface 3, the Asus T100 can easily be used as a laptop. The Surface 3, which does not have a hinge connecting the tablet and keyboard portion, does not do that as well. Not an issue if you are using them on tables, but definitely a consideration for couch surfing and working on the train.
-Straight Performance - The Asus T100HA is a workhorse for its size - remember this is essentially a tablet with a keyboard and not a true laptop. Internet Explorer, Chrome and other regular Windows applications open quickly and run well. Since it has 4GB RAM I can run lots of programs at one time without an issue. I even installed a recent 3D game (Divinity: Original Sin) just to see if it would run and found that the game was smooth enough to play on this *sub $300 tablet with keyboard.* Blows my mind really.
Middle of the Road - items that are neither good nor bad, but should be noted
-Keyboard - There's not a lot Asus can do with the keyboard to make it really great at this size and price. I've used a netbook before (a really sturdy Acer Aspire One that served me well) so I knew what to expect. Its serviceable, but feels a little bit flimsy and hollow. Typing on it is just fine for me. I'm typing on it right now actually with minimal errors or issues. I wouldn't want to write a thesis on this, but emails, short documents, etc., will work just fine. If this is a concern, I'd go out to a store and check it out since it is definitely a preference thing. But again, if you come into this purchase with the right mindset (this is a sub $300 tablet with included keyboard) you really shouldn't be disappointed.
-Camera - its just okay. Nothing amazing, and definitely not something to rely on to take important photos. I don't know why they even put a camera on this machine except to list it as a feature. Just about any phone is going to have a better camera, so just use that.
-Speakers - they produce sound, but not sound you want to rely on for much. Again though, what would you really expect at $300? They work for Youtube videos and minor stuff, but I wouldn't rely on them to play music at a party.
-Wifi speed - The wifi is not slow by any means, but I will note that it is not capable of maxing out my 50mbs (essentially 7MBs) internet even on the 5ghz channel. Instead of 6.9MBs on downloads, I seemed to top out at 4.5 to 4.9MBs. Not a deal breaker by any means, but something to note. But really, with only 64GB of storage, you can't be downloading too many large files anyway, so something to note, but not a negative.
-Screen - serviceable, but unremarkable. Some backlight bleed, generally low contrast ratios, and low resolution will be complaints some people have. Not an issue in my use since I'm not buying this machine because of the pretty screen. I'm buying it because it a super portable machine with enough power to do what I need it to do.
Cons: Some wonkiness
-Onscreen keyboard - Occasionally the tablet won't pull up and onscreen keyboard which leads to an inability to do any typing unless I either restarted the tablet or attached the keyboard. Annoying, but hopefully something that can be fixed with a software update. When the onscreen keyboard does pop up, it works just as you would expect it to and just like any other tablet.
-Portrait Mode - This is maybe a bit nitpicky, but the tablet doesn't really know what to do when you are looking at the desktop in portrait mode. Rather than put black bars at the top and bottom to keep the proportions right for your desktop image, by default it stretches and distorts the image to fit the screen. I'll have to search in options to see if that can be easily fixed (guessing it can), but stretching shouldn't be the default setting.
-Switching between landscape and portrait is not always the smoothest transition, and it has gotten stuck a few times. Not a deal breaker, but definitely something that should be noted. Most times the tablet figured the problem out, one time it completely failed and I had to restart it.
Overall, I took off one star for some scattered wonkiness, but this is really a solid value at sub $300. Use it for the things it is good at - couch web surfing, portable productivity, extremely light gaming - and I don't think the T100HA will disappoint you for the price. If you need a more refined experience, definitely check out the Surface 3. If you really need a pretty reliable, portable, web surfer and word processor on the cheap, I really think the T100HA is hard to beat.
Please drop any questions you have into the comments and I'll try to answer them!
If you have problems with the screen not turning on (black screen) after you awaken the computer from sleep, simply press Ctrl+Alt+Delete and the screen will then turn on. When you initially get the computer, it has no charge. Charge it up, the orange light will turn white when fully charged, and then hold the power button for 3-5 seconds and it will turn on. If the computer ever freezes when you are using it, simply hold the power button for 20-30 seconds and it will turn off and then you can turn it on again by holding the power button for 3 seconds. There is no button to disconnect the tablet from the keyboard. In order to disconnect the two, simply pull up on one corner of the tablet near its hinge attachment to the keyboard, and it will disconnect. Overall, a very good product.
Superb battery life, and I haven't had any problems with long charging times like some others wrote about.
Fast start up and I have never had any slowdowns or performance issues even when multitasking.
Can run half-life 1 flawlessly and works good with older games.
Build quality on the tablet is great, although the keyboard doesn't have quite the same feel to it unfortunately.
Detaching the tablet is a breeze and it works great even without the keyboard. Great for reading, watching videos and browsing.
Great screen, decent colors, can get really bright and really dark! Great for using late at night without straining your eyes.
The fact that it isn 1920x1080 is barely noticable on a screen this size.
Cons: multi-touch on the mousepad didn't work out of the box. Had to re install the drivers and asus smart gesture program, with was a pain in the ss.
Sometimes the touchpad stops responding. I solve this by either detaching the keyboard and reconnecting it or open up the smart gesture program. Might be a software related issue but as of now I haven't found a permanent solution.
The tilt angle of the screen can be annoying when using it on my lap, I wish the keyboard had more weight so the could have increased the tilt a bit more.
I have had some issues with it opening programs by it self when closed. I out it in sleepmode and when I open it the next time, it's opened a bunch off different programs and files. Don't know what causes this...
The speakers suck, use headphones.
The sd cars sticks out a bit when inserted. Not a huge problem but doesn't look very clean.
Very happy with my purchase.