Asus TP200SA 11.6-Inch 2 in 1 Flip Transformer Book HD Touchscreen Laptop (Intel Celeron N3050, 2GB Memory, 32GB eMMC, 1-year Office 365 Software, Windows 10 Home), Dark Blue
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- Intel Celeron N3050 1.60 GHz with Intel Burst Technology up to 2.16 GHz
- 2GB DDR3L 1600 MHz; 32GB eMMC; No DVD
- 11.6 in HD WXGA touchscreen (1366 x 768), 10-finger multi-touch support
- Includes 1-year Office 365 Personal subscription
- Windows 10 Home, 64-bit. 1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty
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11.6 in HD WXGA touchscreen (1366 x 768), 10-finger multi-touch supportIntel Celeron N3050 1.60 GHz with Intel Burst Technology up to 2.16 GHz2GB DDR3L 1600 MHz32GB eMMCWindows 10 Home, 64-bit2 in 1 PCNo Optical DriveMicro SD/Micro SDXC/Micro SDHC card readerIntegrated audioIntel HD Graphics with shared graphics memory1 USB 3.0 ¥ 1 USB 2.0 ¥ 1 USB-C Gen 1 ¥ Micro HDMI ¥ Headphone output/Microphone input combo38WHrs BatteryIntegrated webcam802.11ac (Miracast enabled)Bluetooth 4.111.69 x 7.92 x 0.72 in (297.00 x 201.30 x 18.45 mm)2.58 lbs (1.17 kg)Dark BlueIncludes 1-year Office 365 Personal subscription TPM 2.0 Keyboard travel: 1.6 mm Touchpad dimensions: 105 x 61 mm
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Weighing the Pros and Cons:
- Very Light and Portable
- Battery life lasted ~9 Hours with continuous use
- Has Windows 10 and Microsoft Office pre-installed
- Touchscreen and can be used as a tablet
- Beautiful Design that makes it look more expensive than it really is
- 2 USB ports (1 USB 3.0 and 1 USB 2.0)
- 1 new USB-C port
- The finish was prone to fingerprints (It was not a problem to me, since it wiped off easily. Just a note to keep in mind)
- The touchscreen does not react as fast (I am comparing this to things like the Ipad or a samsung S4/5/6)
- Noticed that the mouse lagged a little when preforming multiple tasks (explained more below*)
- Small storage (Again not a problem for me because I have a USB drive and I also use Dropbox to store my files)
- The keyboard might be a little small (I have "linky" fingers and am able to type perfectly fine, but I know other people might have trouble)
Extra Notes/Rant: So this part is just things that I encountered and thought I would put it here for your reference.
First I want to say that I do have a Desktop computer that I use when I am at home. It has an i7-3770K @ 3.5GHz processor but is overclocked at 3.9GHz (this just means its a little faster than at factory settings) It literally processes 10 times faster than this flipbook. And I still think this flipbook is awesome. Other people may say "oh this thing is a piece of crap because it runs slow..." My honest opinion is those people are trying to do things that this computer can't do. YOU CAN'T PLAY GRAPHIC INTENSIVE GAMES ON THIS FLIPBOOK(sorry for all caps, but I feel like it needs to be said). It is not meant to be used like that. I just use it for basic browsing and notes and leave the gaming and other stuff for my desktop. That saying... this computer is still capable of having 4 tabs open on google chrome and working fine. It does start slowing down after having more than that many tabs open, along with multiple other programs running at the same time. You can watch YouTube videos at 720p with decent internet connection and the video is good, along with the audio. This flipbook has pretty decent audio, when the volume is set at 70 it is able to fill my room with music played from YouTube. Overall this flipbook is capable of performing the basic tasks of searching the internet, playing simple games (minesweeper, solitaire, etc.), and watching videos in decent quality.
Because it functions well for me, I give it five stars. Others might disagree with me, but remember that this flipbook is SUB $300 and does your everyday simple tasks.
1) There isn't much memory after Microsoft Office is downloaded so don't expect much on that (I had about 20-40 documents saved before it notified my that memory was low), but I expected that much and bought a 2 terabyte external hard drive when I caught it on sale.
2) It's a little harder to open compared to my big one, because it doesn't have a little notch to grab. You basically have to just shove your fingers in to open it, but it isn't really that hard to do.
3) A down side that the keyboard doesn't light up at all when it's dark, so there is no way around having to have the light on where you are working on something.
4) The thing that's the absolute worse is the power button on the side. It is OVERLY sensitive, so if you just accidentally side your hand across the side, you turn your screen off. I thought about getting some type of covering to put around the button...
1) Extremely light weight.
2) Perfect for small bags. (It is a little smaller than the 70 page spiral note books)
3) I've had it for almost a year now with no problems with any mechanical issues.
4) I've dropped it short distances (like a couple feet with it still in my bag) and still works fine.
5) It has even lasted through a couple cat tests.(Which is of course when your 25 pound cat jumps on your bed straight on your laptop keyboard and proceeds to walk across it or lays on top of it, if you didn't know what that is.)
Overall, good laptop and serves the purpose I need it for.
Before this my only gripe was how difficult it is to open.
Not bad for size and weight, too small for an anchor.