Asus Trans­former Book T101HA

With too many 2-in-1 de­vices to choose from, here’s one that may stand out

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In terms of per­for­mance, the T101HA did rea­son­ably well. In Geek­bench 3, it man­aged a com­bined pro­ces­sor score of 2,943 – not bad and bet­ter than some of the other con­vert­ibles we’ve seen in the past.

While it won’t play GTA V, the T101HA does an ad­mirable job of nav­i­gat­ing Win­dows 10, its apps and the usual ar­ray of word pro­cess­ing, web brows­ing and me­dia view­ing. It’s pre­dom­i­nantly a work/light play de­vice, and it fits the role suit­ably with­out try­ing to punch above its weight.

The screen has a max­i­mum res­o­lu­tion of 1280 x 800, which isn't amaz­ing, but it man­ages to pro­duce a clear IPS-like im­age that’s easy on the eyes and looks good from a mul­ti­tude of an­gles thanks to the use of both the Asus Splen­did and Wide View Tech­nolo­gies.

The Asus Trans­former Book T101HA is a de­cent lit­tle 10.1" con­vert­ible. It’s well priced, and it does a good job as a work and so­cial tablet/note­book, plus the bat­tery lasts for around ten hours of of­fice-type use too.

David Hayward

The Asus Trans­former Book T101HA is cer­tainly stylish

It has its nig­gles, but over­all it’s a good 2- in- 1 de­vice

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