ASUS Transformer Book T100HA-C4-GR 10.1″ IPS WXGA (1280×800), glossy, Gray Metal, Touch Screen, Intel Quad-Core Cherry Trail x5-Z8500 1.44GHz (Turbo up to 2.24GHz), 4GB LPDDR3 (1066MHz) on board, 64 GB SSD, 802.11ABGN, Bluetooth 4.0, Windows 10 (64bit)

2 thoughts on “ASUS Transformer Book T100HA-C4-GR 10.1-inch 2 in 1 Touchscreen Laptop

  1. mini says:

    A functional 10″ 2 in 1 device with some limitations I would note a few items not obvious from the published documents.The tablet and the keyboard are connected by a socket located in the middle of the docking connection. As far as I can tell, the keyboard is not a wireless device. The only port located on the keyboard is a USB-2 port at right. The keyboard weighs more than a pound. It sometimes loses connection to the tablet. Disconnecting and reconnecting seem to wake up the keyboard.A USB-c is located on the left top of the screen while a micro-USB is located at the right middle of the screen.The charger is rated 2A, but it seems to be a super USB charger. I used an USB power meter to find out how it worked. The tablet came fully discharged. The tablet charges using the micro-USB port, so I did some experiments. When the ASUS charger was first connected to T100HA, it would not charge. My USB meter showed 0.05 amps. I had to use another 2 amp USB charger to charge about 20 min, and only then, the ASUS charger…

  2. Bob Tobias says:

    The good, the bad, and the annoying/stupid… and THE answer to the “Will Not Charge” problem This is a handy tablet with lots of nice features and some STUPID design issues to balance things out.The good: – This tablet has a nice, solid feel (except as noted below). – It is very responsive FOR A TABLET. – The screen display is bright and clear. – It does not come pre-loaded with bloat-ware. (see below) – Setup was quick and easy. I was on line in a couple minutes, armed with my Microsoft account credentials and wireless password. – When the tablet is attached to the keyboard it runs Windows 10. Removing the tablet switches it into Tablet Mode. (That’s Windows 8 for anyone who had the unfortunate experience of using Windows between version 7 and now.)The bad (and annoying/stupid): – The keyboard feels a bit… flimsy. – Charging the device can be problematic. It really depends on the charger and cable you use. Probably the ones that are included will…

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