Asus T102HA-D4-GR Transformer Mini 10.1-Inch 2 in 1 Touchscreen Laptop, Quad-Core Z8350, 4GB Ram, 128GB EMMC, Grey
- Versatile windows 10 device with keyboard and pen included, 2-in-1 functionality: use as both laptop and tablet
- Latest intel cherry trail quad core x5z8350 processor with 4gb ram for fast and efficient performance. Dimensions: 10.2" x 6.7" x 0.5"
- One-Touch login and enhanced security with fingerprint sensor supporting windows hello
- Magnesium alloy body weighs less than 1.7 Lbs. With keyboard attached and only 0.6-inch Thin
- 128Gb solid state storage, category leading storage capacity for 10” 2-in-1 device; all day battery life, rated up to 11 hours of video playback
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Versatile 2-in-1 that functions as both a tablet and a laptop. Included pen, keyboard, and fingerprint reader provide complete Windows 10 experience. Magnesium alloy body weighs only 1.7 lbs. with keyboard attached. Featuring 128GB flash storage, 4GB RAM, and Intel Quad Core X5 processor for fast performance.
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What's in the Box
- ASUS Transformer Mini T102 Laptop
- Keyboard Dock
- AC Adapter
- User e-Manual
- Warranty Card
ASUS Transformer Mini Book T102HA-D4-GR 10.1-Inch 2 in 1 Touchscreen Laptop
Two Devices in One
The ultra-thin, feather-light, 10.1-inch ASUS Transformer Mini is two amazing devices in one. Built from magnesium-aluminum alloy, it’s less than 1.7 lbs with up to 11 hours of battery life. Transformer Mini comes with pen, keyboard, and fingerprint reader all included. It’s the complete Windows 10 experience in an ultraportable device.
- Versatile Windows 10 device with keyboard and pen included, 2-in-1 functionality: use as both laptop and tablet
- Latest Intel Atom Quad Core x5-Z8350 Processor with 4GB RAM for fast and efficient performance
- One-touch login and enhanced security with fingerprint sensor supporting Windows Hello
- Magnesium Alloy body weighs less than 1.7 lbs with keyboard attached and only 0.6 inches thin.
- All day battery life, rated up to 11 hours of video playback
Premium Magnesium Alloy Body
Built from strong but incredibly light magnesium-aluminum alloy, Transformer Mini is ultra-thin and feather-light, with a tablet that's just 8.2mm thin and weighs a mere 1.1 lbs. Even with the keyboard attached, it's still a slender 0.6” thin and weighs less than 1.7 lbs, so it’s never a burden to carry around.
Convenient Smart Hinge Design
Using a Smart Hinge design that gives the stepless kickstand up to 170° of movement, Transformer Mini lets you adjust the display to any angle you wish. So wherever you're using Transformer Mini — in the office, at home, or on your lap — you can always work or play in total comfort. Take Transformer Mini, wherever you go!
Pen Handwriting Support with Windows Ink
Transformer Mini T102HA includes a stylus pen and supports Windows Ink Workspace. Just click the pen icon on the desktop and use programs such as Sticky Notes, Sketchpad, Fresh Paint, OneNote, and Screen Sketch with handwriting input. The T102HA is ready for pen computing to take your interfacing experience to the next level.
One-touch Fingerprint Login
Unlock Transformer Mini instantly with a single touch with the Windows Hello feature. This provides enhanced security with greater convenience than typing in a password.
Enjoy Brighter and Clearer Watching Experience
Transformer Mini T102HA features a gorgeous HD display. With up to 400cd/m² brightness and thanks to 178∘wide viewing display technology you can enjoy bright, vivid and clear images from almost any angle. To complete the experience, the dual side-mounted stereo speakers create an immersive surround-sound effect.
Ultra Slim Keyboard
A brand-new ultra-slim keyboard design makes it even more compact and light. But we haven't compromised usability — the precision touchpad has palm-rejection technology and Windows gesture support, and the keyboard has 1.5mm key travel, making it a real pleasure to use. Typing on the go has never been this comfortable, and the keyboard's fiberglass anti-dust construction keeps it always looking great.
All-Day Battery Life
When you have a busy mobile lifestyle, great battery life is essential. With up to 11 hours between charges, you can be sure that Transformer Mini T102HA will be right there whenever you need it. You can charge T102HA via its micro USB port, so you can use a mobile charger or any power bank with a micro USB connector.
The powerful quad-core Intel x5 ‘Cherry Trail' processor in Transformer Mini T102HA has up to 10% more processing power than its predecessors, plus up to twice the graphics performance. With a massive 4GB of RAM, so you'll rarely experience such slowdowns. So you'll have no problem breezing through all your everyday tasks, with seamless multitasking allowing you to get more done in less time.
Every Connection You Need
Even though Transformer Mini T102HA is incredibly slim and light, it has all the ports you need to connect devices on the go, including USB, micro USB, micro HDMI, Micro SD and a headphone jack. And even better, all these ports are on the tablet, so they're always available. T102HA is small in size, but big on connectivity!
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I have to admit, the motive for buying this machine was -- I really work in the Windows world, but I also wanted something that light and flexible that I can take the park, cafe or rec center etc. and get some work done while the kids go crazy on the monkey bars.
Where this tablet really shines is that it can do anything a $500 laptop can do for cheaper and smaller. Toss in a wireless mouse and you can operate like you were on a desktop.
The battery life is as described some amazing thing like 11 hours. "Ya right" I thought. My observation is that the 11 hour rating is on the conservative side for what I do. In various states of sleep and moderate use, this tablet will go for a couple of days on a full charge. Kudos to ASUS for getting the battery right.
There is a big USB 3 that I use for the wireless mouse transceiver or a USB flash drive. The other USB is a micro and there's a HDMI mini port. Up on the top of the tablet I inserted a 32 gig microSD as the "data" drive. This can expand the flash memory immensely. Connect to your desktop monitor with the HDMI and you've got a true laptop replacement.
Overall performance is... well.. it's still a tablet so don't get your hopes too high. However well ASUS got the hardware package as best they could for this price range, it's not going to blow your socks off performance wise. You'll wait a few seconds for Word to load, but generally once the application is loaded most other activities seem to be unimpeded by the hardware. The Intel Atom x5-Z8350 4 core CPU running at 1.44 GHz is a fair performer in the tablet realm, but ASUS jacked up the DDR3-L RAM on this machine to 4 GB which gives the whole system a seriously enjoyable boost. It performs like a 10" laptop that goes all day long.
Pro - Smooth graphics with clear and vibrant colors
Pro - Accurate and smooth touch
Con - Not 1090p.
Con - Graphics processing can be a little sluggish. Not for high performance gaming.
Pro - Nice tactile feel.
Pro - Positive magnetic connection. It slaps into place on the tablet.
Pro - Clear key markings. Not too many keys with multiple symbols. See photo.
Con - Smaller than any regular desktop keyboard you have used or may be used to.
Con - No number pad.
So far this machine fits my needs for work and play. I'll keep you posted.
In the beginning i was very unimpressed, since right of the start it asks to update the windows, which takes forever.
After the first day, I started to like the product exponentially. The size is perfect. It is very easy to work on it. The touch screen is very sensible and works greatly. The keyboard is small, but very easy to work with.
I didn`t have any troubles whatsoever. I don`t do any heavy work, use mainly office, notes, and internet. It is relatively fast, not as great as a normal pc, but i guess that was expected.
The battery lasts very long and the pen works great.
The only downside I found out is that depending on how you move the surface, the keyboard easily disconnect, It is great when you are using it in a regular surface, not as good in your lap (if you want to use the keyboard). In that case, you disconnect the keyboard and use it as a tablet (which is a bit annoying to have to disconnect the keyboard for the tablet to work greatly).
Anyway, I am overall very satisfied with the product.
DO expect to be able to do things like Office document editing with the built in Office Mobile Apps, web browsing, email, calendaring, research, etc.
DON'T expect to do any heavy image processing or have Visual Studio operate in a performant manner.
What it ends up being is a companion to an existing "higher horsepower" machine, when you don't want to carry around, say, a $3000 laptop. Much like an iPad with the additional functionality provided by the pen (excellent) and keyboard and trackpad. If this is what you're looking for, it's a good value.
Build quality is surprisingly good. The keyboard is usable on your lap without flapping around while you type, and I haven't found the small keys to be that much of a hindrance given the portability of the device. I recently wrote a ~50,000 word novel on an iPad and keyboard case, and the Transformer keyboard is much more productive than that. I don't have large fingers though, so YMMV.
I had some problems with the keyboard losing connection while on my lap. It turns out there was a protective film in place where the connector lives - removing that eliminated the problem.
Once you start using it, you'll find that your hands are all over the machine due to the multiple input methods. You will find that you develop your own usage pattern that will likely be different than the traditional keyboard/trackpad combo. I'm finding it more productive.
I have two complaints so far:
- The docked keyboard gets partially in the way of tapping on items on the taskbar. I can live with it - it seems I almost always have the pen in my hand.
- A backlit keyboard would be awesome, but I understand the limitations imposed by the price point.
Net: A really great value if what your intended purpose is matches the machines capabilities. I would give it a 4.5/5, the loss of .5 due to the annoyance above.