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Reviewed on 2016-12-28
Light weight, Bright Screen, Fingerprint scanner, Build quality, Keyboard and Stylus are included, Free copy of Microsoft Office mobileSmall keyboard
A couple of years ago, I purchased an Acer W8 Windows tablet and it was a great purchase at the time. Then it was started to slow down and show it's age. The 8-inch screen was also starting to feel small. That, or my eyesight must be starting to deteriora...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-07
Great battery life, good build quality in the mainPoor performance, cramped keyboard
The Asus Transformer Mini T102HA is a hybrid for people who want a Surface Pro 4 but can't face the price. It's smaller, far cheaper and, simply put, not as good. But it is really quite a lot cheaper - around £360 at the time of writing - and still has a...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-27
Asus often caters for people who want a £1000 laptop but have nowhere near that budget. The Asus Transformer Mini T102HA is a low-cost take on the Microsoft Surface Pro 4. It ' s a laptop with a detachable keyboard, its own kickstand and a stylus. From...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-16
Great value, 15plushour battery life in our testing, Bright IPS display, Usable keyboard, Builtin fingerprint reader, Active stylus includedSluggish eMMC storage performance, Soso Webcam, and no rearfacing camera, Stylus doesn't fit in holder, Short charging cable
Selling low-cost Windows convertible PCs is a lot like pushing pizzas: There's always someone out there trying to sell one with more stuff on it for less. In other words, it's a race to the bottom. But from the evolutions and revolutions we've seen in thi...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-15
At just $399, don't go into this expecting the world. The specs are decidedly modest—an Intel Atom CPU, 4GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage space can all be considered absolute bare minimums in today's Windows world (although for a mere $299 you can drop dow...There's a fine line between designing for affordability and cutting corners, and the Transformer Mini is right on it. Performance is a major, major problem with this machine, and it routinely suffers from that wellworn problem of “click, wait, click again...
Kudos to Asus for shrinking down a full Windows laptop into a 1.8-pound experience with a tiny, 10.1-inch screen. If you want to run Windows but need an absolutely portable experience, the Transformer Mini might sound like a tantalizing option. Though it'...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-09
Lightweight, Pressure sensitive stylus included, Incredible battery lifeFlimsy kickstand, Sluggish performance, Inconsistent trackpad
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Reviewed on 2016-11-30
Compact, lightweight design, Good screen for the money, Great battery lifeUnderpowered, Terrible trackpad
When it was first released, the Microsoft Surface 3 was one of the best budget convertibles on the market. It offered a compact satchel friendly design and was an ideal companion for any avid doodler, student or tablet buyer. However, it's beginning to sh...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-29
Compact and light, Comes with keyboard cover and stylus, USB 3,0 port, Fingerprint reader works with Windows Hello, Highly adjustable kickstandNo USB-C port, Quirky keyboard, Occasionally finicky touchpad
The Asus Transformer Mini (T102HA-D4-GR) ($399) is an entry-level detachable-hybrid Windows tablet that comes with useful accessories, like a keyboard cover and a pressure-sensitive stylus, that cost extra with some other tablets. It doesn't have the most...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-17
Bright screen, Long battery life, Surprisingly loud speakersCramped keyboard, Sluggish performance
If you're looking for an inexpensive secondary computer, a 10-inch 2-in-1 can be a highly portable and affordable option. At just $399, the Asus Transformer Mini T102HA serves as both a tablet and a miniature Windows 10 laptop with a detachable keyboard...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-15
versatile formfactor; well built and good looking; great screen; the included keyboard folio is well built and types well; the hardware can handle most basic tasks, but you'll encounter delays and hiccups quite often; very long battery liferather slow WiFi; charges slowly; feels rather slow, even with basic tasks; more expensive than other 10inchers with the same specs
Many years ago the offer for 10-inch mini laptops was vast and netbooks were the thing everyone craved for, but then they grew unpopular with the rise of tablets and these days you can count the decent ultra-compact computers that run Windows on your fing...
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