ASUS Tablet T100TA-B1-GR

July 4, 2014 - Comment

Whether you need a fully featured notebook or tablet while you’re on the go, the ASUS RB-T100TA-B1-GR Transformer Book is your ideal solution. It includes a Intel Atom Z3740 1.33GHz and 2GB of DDR3 RAM to power through the most intense workloads. Its backlit keyboard features automatic brightness control, and its super-fast SDD stores 32GB

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(as of January 20, 2018 8:42 pm UTC - Details)

Whether you need a fully featured notebook or tablet while you’re on the go, the ASUS RB-T100TA-B1-GR Transformer Book is your ideal solution. It includes a Intel Atom Z3740 1.33GHz and 2GB of DDR3 RAM to power through the most intense workloads. Its backlit keyboard features automatic brightness control, and its super-fast SDD stores 32GB of data and quickly launches applications.

Product Features

  • Windows 8.1
  • Small and light, with an Intel quad-core Atom processorm 1.33GHz (Turbo 1.86 GHz) 2GB DDR3 RAM, Socket Intel GMA HD, 32GB SSD
  • Comfortable keyboard dock and IPS display
  • Up to 11 hours battery life for all-day mobile use
  • Grey Touch Screen 10.1 IPS HD (1366*768), Intel Atom Quad-Core Baytrail-T Z3740, No Optical Drive, Windows 8.1 + Office H/S, 802.11AGN Wifi,1.2MP HD Camera, Bluetooth 4.0, Keyboard

Comments

Kingfu72 "KingFu72" says:

So far, it’s great for my specific needs. I got this at Best Buy a week ago and have had no problems whatsoever with it(knock on wood). I bought this to use when I travel at work, I am an IT salesman and hate carrying a full size laptop on trips. I’ll start with the good:Windows 8.1 is better than the old 8 on a few different levels but I won’t get into that as I’m reviewing the tablet.I can charge from 0% to 100% in about 4 hours or so with the included USB brick, I also have a Jackery Bar 5600mAh that will almost fully charge the ASUS (90+%) in about 6 hours.I tried to use a standard phone usb charger (not 2.1A) and it did nothing over 8 hours, so make sure you have the right charger.Included Office 2013 installed and runs perfect, also had work IT dept install VPN and outlook and it all works fine.All apps have installed and work perfect.Surfing the web or navigating the tiles is fine and is up to standard for a device of this size.No…

ibmford says:

iPad Killer! This is an outstanding tablet with fully functional desktop operating system, memory expansion slot and USB 3.0 port that surpasses Apple’s iPad. To top it off, you recharge this tablet’s battery with micro USB cable that you can find most anywhere.Watch out Apple! Finally Intel and Microsoft has come up with a very good product combination to respond to iPad craze (Intel Atom BayTrail CPU + Windows 8.1 operating system). I own 2 iPads and I don’t even look back.This is a fantastic tablet with fully functional desktop operating system (Win8.1) that you can run most any desktop software and you’re not limited to bunch of watered down “apps” found on ipads.The included docking keyboard with trackpad detaches easily and is useful when you want to get some serious work done like typing a term paper, or multiple pages of emails. All for this with the state of the art Intel Atom BayTrail CPU and Microsoft Office for around $300 is an amazing value. We’re…

tyrihay says:

Great improvement over last year’s Atom I bought mine from Office Depot. Never shopped there, but it was the only store carrying it. Other stores were projected to have it by the end of November, so I am grateful.Pros * Good size for using Windows 8 * Baytrail processor upgrade is very noticeable * Much faster than previous atom processors (the tablets were basically unusable with the slow processor) * No issues on installing programs * Programs run fine * Windows 8.1 is better than windows 8 * Keyboard included * Unbeatable price for what is included * Asus included cloud storage * Function key to turn off trackpad * Beautiful screen and display * Snap feature * Could not find a good video editor in the store, so I downloaded Nero and Windows Movie Maker which both run fine on this device; now we are in business!Cons * Device was dead out of the box, so I had to plug it in to set it up * Slow charge time…

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