Review: Asus Transformer Book TLTE on-board. The in-built LTE modem offers users the option of mobile Internet. For the original German review, see here. The competition includes other As both the Transformer models we tested have the same build, we will not discuss the case, the connectivity, the input devices and the speakers.
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Asus returns to the netbook style of computing with the T, a blend of the Transformer tablet principle the company first released years ago with the power and usefulness of Windows 8. Another in the entry in the long running Transformer series, the T is a new tablet-laptop hybrid from Asus. Storage in the Australian Asus T is set to 64GB, though a little over 30GB is available to you once you start playing with it after Windows is installed. Fortunately, you can upgrade the storage through a microSD slot that is left uncovered on the right edge. Connections on the T include One camera is included, with a 1.
The Bad The cramped keyboard feels like an old Netbook's used to; not as fast as zippier, larger, more expensive Windows products; display not that vibrant. The Bottom Line The Asus Transformer Book T revives the Netbook value proposition and Netbook usability issues in a budget-price inch laptop that doubles as a tablet. A long time ago in Techland, Netbooks were a big deal: they were cheap, portable, and effective, if unexciting. Then came tablets, which could do a lot of the same things, but in a more organic, touch-controlled way. Windows 8 has attempted to redefine small-form-factor computing. The Asus Transformer Book T has arrived to be your possible savior: it is the closest thing we have to a New Netbook, with a similarly small inch screen and cramped-but-cozy keyboard, but it also happens to have a detachable top half that becomes a Windows 8 tablet.
The Asus Transformer Book T is a fairly low-cost inch Windows 8 tablet that can also function as a laptop thanks to its keyboard segment. If you want to see the Transformer Book T in action, check out our video review below. With the keyboard module attached, the T could easily pass for a small laptop. It is not what everyone is after, but this a much more convincing laptop-tablet hybrid than the older ME, which uses a wireless keyboard that attaches less securely using magnets. It wears quite an array of finishes too. The back of the tablet part is extremely glossy, the keyboard surround is faux brushed metal and the bottom of the keyboard bit is soft-touch matt plastic. Three different finish types rob the Asus Transformer Book T of design cohesion, but it — surprisingly enough — largely gets away with it.