Asus Transformer Book T Review | Trusted ReviewsThe snappier response time and better multi-tasking performance make the Transformer Pad a true mobile entertainment powerhouse. Tuned by the ASUS Golden ears team, audio on the Transformer Pad is delivered with the most precise processing protocols and codecs, superior speaker construction and large resonance chambers for unforgettable audio enjoyment. The convenient ASUS Launcher also allows users to easily launch software, manage content and access online services and connect devices with a few simple taps. MyCloud is a total cloud solution, providing access to digital content such as music, videos, and files from the cloud. Users can even use MyCloud to remotely access and control PC or Mac systems, which further extends the versatility of the Transformer Pad. Tech in Style. Modal header.
Android 5.1 Lollipop on ASUS Transformer Pad TF101
I enjoyed the Windows-based Transformer Book T I tested a few months ago, so I was excited to see how its Android-powered sibling would stack up. The Android OS Android 4. This Transformer feels like so many earlier models in this product family. The tablet half is pleasantly curved, with a soft-touch backing that feels great in your hand. The screen also gets both very bright and very dim, making this bedtime reader happy. Both machines come in at an identical 2.
The Asus Transformer Book T is a fairly low-cost inch Windows 8 tablet that can also function as a laptop thanks to its keyboard segment. If you want to see the Transformer Book T in action, check out our video review below. With the keyboard module attached, the T could easily pass for a small laptop. It is not what everyone is after, but this a much more convincing laptop-tablet hybrid than the older ME, which uses a wireless keyboard that attaches less securely using magnets. It wears quite an array of finishes too. The back of the tablet part is extremely glossy, the keyboard surround is faux brushed metal and the bottom of the keyboard bit is soft-touch matt plastic. Three different finish types rob the Asus Transformer Book T of design cohesion, but it — surprisingly enough — largely gets away with it.