ASUS Transformer Book T300LA Intel Wireless Display Driver
Intel Wireless-AC (a/b/g/n/ac), Bluetooth The T Chi is the most powerful of the bunch and its x display has us impressed. . As a tablet, the Asus Transformer Book T Chi weighs g and is only mm thin, yet. : ASUS Transformer Book T Chi Signature Edition 2-in-1 PC - " Full Display, Intel Core M5Y10c, 4GB RAM, GB SSD, Intel HD Graphics , Camera: Integrated webcam ; Wireless: a/g/n (Miracast enabled). Microphone input / No CD/DVD Drive / Intel® Wireless Display (WiDi) / 2-cell Mr Shield For ASUS Transformer Book T Chi Inch Anti-Glare [Matte].
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ASUS Transformer Book T300LA Intel Wireless Display Driver
The T Chi is the most powerful of the bunch and its x display has us impressed.
It weights grams all these figures assume you use the unit as a notebook. This is the first unit I have reviewed that was supplied with Windows 10 pre-installed.
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: Instead, it will have to settle for being just a really rather good convertible. Even with the limited connectivity options and relatively brief battery life, the almost ultrabook-level performance, brilliant display and featherweight design of this 2-in-1 make it one of the most attractive hybrid devices around.
Still, if you are in the market for a hybrid laptop, this one seems like a good bet, and you will not be disappointed. Expert Reviews The Asus Transformer Book T Chi has several great features, such as its gorgeous design and high resolution screen, although battery life was disappointing and connectivity is only average.
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Unless portability is your absolute priority, the thicker Microsoft's Surface 3 is a better pick, it has a full-size USB3 port and much better battery life. Even with the optional touch cover on top, it's cheaper than the T as well. Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: It seems Asus is still the daddy of convergent devices. If you're after a hybrid, convertible hybrid though, its smaller T sibling ASUS Transformer Book T300LA Intel Wireless Display well worth a look.
The case's stability is good, though the keyboard dock does bend under strong pressure, and the tablet's display image distorts when a high degree of force is applied to the lid.
The keyboard also produces a distinct clacking sound when twisted. Even so, the dock is certainly stable enough for typing.
When we ran our hand over the metallic back side of the device in the vicinity of the processor, we felt a mild electric charge. Connected to the dock, the tablet cannot tilt back very far -- likely to prevent the Transformer Book from falling backwards.
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Because almost all the hardware components are located in the tablet, the tablet is much heavier than the keyboard dock and can readily pull the whole device flat on its back. The relatively small maximum opening angle of degrees could prove to be somewhat prohibitive.
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A special connector plug forms the connection between the dock and the tablet. This connector does not transfer data; it merely serves as a physical connection.
This connection is further strengthened by a magnet. The magnet almost does its job too well: If you set some part a bit askew, the magnet still pulls the tablet onto the dock, and a certain amount of strength is required to pull the two units apart and lock the tablet properly into place. Surprisingly, almost nothing has changed in terms of the keyboard dock's weight and measurements, even though Asus removed many hardware components from the dock.
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Connectivity As previously mentioned: Asus had to make cutbacks in terms of the Transformer Book's connections as well. The list of omitted connections is long. Besides a micro-USB port, which serves exclusively to charge the dock, the keyboard dock is completely devoid of connections. This micro-USB port is necessary to charge the keyboard and the touchpad because these input devices communicate with the tablet over Bluetooth, which means they can be used even when the tablet is not physically connected to the dock.
If the dock's battery is empty, the keyboard can only be used if you connect the tablet to the dock over USB.
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That means the only USB port on the tablet is occupied. Incidentally, if you own ASUS Transformer Book T300LA Intel Wireless Display dock from the previous Transformer Book and hope to use it with the new device, unfortunately, we must be the bearers of disappointing news: The new "docking port" is exclusively designed to connect the tablet with the dock and is not capable of transferring data.
The connections are located on the sides of the tablet: Oddly, Asus built the micro-SD card reader into the bottom of the tablet. When the dock is connected, the whole convertible has to be turned around or tipped backwards to access the slot.
The module can use both the 2. The tablet also contains a Bluetooth 4.
In this author's environment, the ASUS Transformer Book T300LA Intel Wireless Display reception was very good: Ten meters from the router and through three walls, we still had full bars and the data transfer rates were high. After adding an additional three meters of distance and another wall between the tablet and the router, only half of the bars remained, and data flowed a little more slowly. But we still did not encounter any problems streaming video or browsing the web.