In this review, we’re going to take a look at the ASUS Transformer Book T100HA-C4-GR (ad).
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!
|Laptop||ASUS Transformer Book T100HA-C4-GR|
|Display||1280 x 800|
|CPU||Intel Quad-Core Cherry Trail x5-Z8500|
|Graphics Card||Mobile Intel HD Graphics|
|Storage||64 GB SSD|
The specs for the ASUS Transformer Book T100HA-C4-GR (ad) really make it seem more like a tablet than a laptop. The memory and storage space could be better, but this device nails the mobile aspect and it has a great battery.
Using the ASUS Transformer Book T100HA-C4-GR
At 0.72 inches thick and just 2.28 pounds, this is a thin and light device. It feels good in the hand, with a smooth top and bottom and nice edges. The device feels like it is very solid construction.
With Windows 10 coming preinstalled, you don’t need to worry about upgrading. I also found there was very little bloatware installed on the device and couldn’t find much that would need to be uninstalled. The device works pretty well, but that 4 GB RAM and 64 GB SSD does have limits.
Unplugging the tablet from the socket it pretty easy. The keyboard doesn’t work if not plugged in to the device. I like that the keyboard has function keys, which is something most users maybe don’t care about and they often get shoehorned in using a FN key that needs to be held down as other keys are pressed to use functions. The keyboard does feel a bit flimsy, but that is to be expected from a tablet keyboard.
The ASUS Transformer Book T100HA-C4-GR (ad) is a nice device that probably checks a lot of boxes for a lot of people. It’s a cheap 2-in-1 that is more like a tablet than a laptop and can be used as a tablet. It has a new processor that is pretty good, its light, thin and has an amazing battery. If you are shopping for this type of device on a shoestring budget, you might want to consider the ASUS Transformer Book. I could see this device being good for someone that works on-the-go and doesn’t need advanced functionality.