Asus Transformer Book T101HA
With too many 2-in-1 devices to choose from, here’s one that may stand out
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.
The Asus Transformer Book T101HA is certainly stylish
It has its niggles, but overall it’s a good 2- in- 1 device