ASUS Transformer Book Trio hybrid laptop

An Android tablet, Windows 8 laptop, and Windows 8 PC, all in one mixed up product

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Ahmad Iman

4.5

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Pros
Switch from Windows 8 to Android 4.2 and fro is almost instantly
Cons
A little to big to be used as a stand alone tablet
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Have tried this product for a moment. I like the capability of having 2 different OS on a single device that can be activated parallel. We also can shutdown one of the OS and continue using the other OS if we don't need them. When working, both of the OS can see each other's data that stored locally inside them.

As a Windows 8 notebook, it can also work as an Android notebook. The performance is quite good with Haswell i5 and 4GB of RAM. As a tablet, it can only work as Android device, athough the performance is OK, I feel that 11,6" screen is too big for a tablet. Haven't tried as a desktop PC though. Overall, the idea of combining three devices in one is very good. Love it.

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