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ASUS Transformer Book T100 Intel Z3740 Quad Core 2GB DDR3 RAM 64GB SSD 10.1" Touchscreen Tablet w/Dock, Windows 8.1 (T100TA-C1-GR)

  • Intel Atom Z3740 (Quad-Core 1.33GHz)
  • 2GB DDR3 RAM, 64GB SSD
  • Keyboard Dock included
  • 10.1" Touchscreen 1366x768, Intel HD Graphics
  • Windows 8.1
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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year

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  • Anonymous
  • 2/5/2015 2:11:01 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsTerrible Asus Product, Terrible Asus Customer Servive

Pros: Not hard to find

Cons: Last August I purchased the Asus T100TA for my son to use at school. Within 2 weeks the screen got about a quarter inch crack in the upper left corner of the pad/monitor. This happened while the laptop was inside a well padded pc computer case. After using the laptop for sometime my son noticed the device was losing power while plugged in with the Asus AC adapter. I did some research on the web and found this was a common problem with this model and was due to an inadequate chipset in some of these models. I opened up an RMA on Feb. 24th, 2015 and was sent a fedex label to send the laptop in for repairs. I did tell the ASUS representative about the tiny crack when he asked me. Now I am receiving a bill for $204 to fix the crack and was told that they would not replace the chipset until I paid for repairs to the crack. I was also told the crack I mentioned to the asus rep before receiving the RAM label had voided my warranty and the lap top was being returned unrepaired. Then I was told the crack was 4 inches long and was being returned as is. The laptop was not like this when sent in. Asus did not provide any packaging for me to return the item, which I find very disconcerting at this point. The laptop was packaged in 4 inches of bubble wrap and was then placed in a cardboard box. I was also told yesterday by Dwayne, that I could not speak to a manager concerning this issue and that I needed to disputed this $204 invoice before I could get any further assistance with this issue. At this point I fell Asus is just grasping for any reason not to repair a faulty laptop that they sold knowing it had battery drain issues. Apparently this problem has existed with this model for at least two years. This is the first Asus product I have ever purchased and was under the impression Asus was one of the leading companies in the technological industry. I am not finding this to be the case..I have filed a complaint with the BBB in Fremont, CA and with the attorney general. I have also emailed Tien Phan and Annette Fontanilla in CUSTOMER LOYALTY. If this issue is not resolved soon I will take a a small claims lawsuit for a full refund. This is not the first time the ASUS service department has refused to fix known defaults or claimed the customer damaged the items sent to them. They have also refused to return items to customers if they did not pay the repair bill. even though the items are still under warranty. I hope I will find out that this company has higher ethics than this.

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  • Steve C.
  • 2/1/2015 11:58:42 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsAsus Transformer T100

Pros: Have setup at work when I start I plug power in and swing away deskmount. Does everything I need and more. Very portable and when just using as tablet is just great for carrying around and entering info i'll need later.

Cons: Cannot keep running even with power plugged in. Have to wait for it to recharge. If I would have known about this I would not have bought it. Am trying to sell or trade for different unit but power problem prevents this option. Very frustrating. Don't buy it if u expect to use it as desktop, even with power plugged in battery will drain until u have to turn off and recharge it. Trusted ASUS products before but this really sucks!!!!

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  • 12/29/2014 9:56:04 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat replacement for a netbook. Better than a tablet.

Pros: Long Battery, accurate touch screen, MS Office,

Cons: power charging cable is a bit short, I think it was only 3 ft. If you purchase an extra cable, make sure you get one that is powerful to help speed up the charging. My old cell phone charging cable takes forever to charge.

Other Thoughts: This is an great replacement for our aging netbook. Windows 8 really shines with the touch screen interface, and the inclusion of Word, Excel & Powerpoint 2013 is a very nice plus. It's the same screen size as a tablet, but is a laptop. Aside from games, I can't think of a reason why you would want to use a tablet in lieu of this. I recommend this for anyone that needs a small PC to do basic web browsing, simple spreadsheets, etc.

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  • Michael F.
  • 12/19/2014 12:52:49 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsDo not buy!

Pros: None

Cons: Tablet won't start even factory reset doesn't work. This is a piece of poop and I wouldn't recommend this to even an enemy. Asus supposedly has fix for this but that requires a device be able to turn on to install the fix.

Other Thoughts: Simply do not buy this product.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Valued Customer

I do understand the situation you are experiencing as of the moment, if I were in your position I will feel the same. Please let me help you with it. Actually, Every products of ASUS that manufactures undergo intensive quality testing control and inspections before sending it out to the stores world wide. Also, ASUS provides warranty for tablets that has factory escape defects. When did you purchased this unit? Have you tried going back to the store on where you purchased the unit? You can return the unit in the store in order to replace it for a new one, if it's still under the store warranty. If you have any other concern or issue please email me at and place case # N141280844 in the subject line for a reference to your case.

Advance Happy New Year to you.

Best regards,

ASUS Customer Loyalty

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  • Shou-Jen W.
  • 10/1/2014 3:39:14 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWife is loving it

Pros: Battery life is great.
Compact computer/tablet with full Windows OS.
Comes with Office 2013
Micro SD card reader
USB 3.0 port on keyboard.

Cons: Windows 8, even though it comes with 8.1
glossy back - fingerprint magnet
64 GB is not really enough - but there is a micro SD card slot

Other Thoughts: I got this to be able to get some work done while on a trip.
Plays some games decently: Torchlight 2 on Steam is what I have saved. Played on the plane but the tiny space is really cramped.
My wife is using this daily to play FB Flash games so there's not much use I have on it recently.

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  • Greg B.
  • 8/30/2014 4:21:06 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

4 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Manageable size, good battery life, full Windows 8.1 (not RT), Office included, USB charging (see cons), full USB 3.0 port on dock, micro HDMI output, MicroSD expansion.

There is a lot to like about this tablet and it brings a lot to the table for its price point; to find anything with comparable features and hardware you would be spending closer to $1,000. I appreciate the Transformer book for its ability to function as both a tablet and netbook; the dock is very easy to attach/detach. The ability to run regular desktop Windows applications is a big plus for me over an Android or iOS device. The onscreen keyboard configuration is well laid out, making typing moderately easy without the keyboard dock; the letter keys are split in half along the two sides of the screen so you can use your thumbs to type while holding the device.

Cons: Charging from USB very slow, USB 3.0 port doesn't always accept older USB plugs, graphics chipset not very beefy, low upgradability, 32-bit Windows, all plastic construction.

While 2 GB of RAM is sufficient for Windows 8.1 and many common applications, it's not very much for a machine with a quad-core processor and integrated graphics. Everything is soldered to the motherboard, so the only expansion options you have are up to 128 GB of additional storage via the MicroSD slot. In what must have been a cost-saving measure, the device uses a 32-bit EFI even though the Z3740 is a 64-bit chip, so you can't install 64-bit Windows or apps for better performance. In case you were wondering, the dock that comes with this model does not have a drive bay--the 32 GB model comes with an extra 500 GB drive in the dock. So, if you need more stoarage beyond the 64 GB onboard SSD and 128 GB of MicroSD, you will have to use the USB port in the dock to attach more storage.

You may be disappointed in performance if you are a gamer, the generic Intel HD Graphics chipset doesn't really impress and chokes on pretty much everything but casual gaming. Even older titles like Day of Defeat will be running at 40-50 fps, though newer games like Team Fortress 2 and Skyrim can run around 30 fps if you turn down the detail enough. I wouldn't recommend using this to play multiplayer FPS games, though it might suffice for light MMOs, RTS, classic and casual gaming.

The dock hinge is not very reliable past 90 degrees, or if you pick up the tablet and the dock is suspended by the tablet. When that happens, you may lose connection with the dock, which is especially annoying if you have anything connected to the dock's USB port, like a hard drive. If you don't really need the USB port, a Bluetooth keyboard might be a better way to go, though you will lose a little battery life with Bluetooth on.

Other Thoughts: Even though you can charge the device from any USB port, charging is slow and the battery will continue to discharge if the device is in use while charging. Your choice of USB port or power supply can help the charge speed, but even the factory supplied charger doesn't provide enough power to charge the battery and run the device, and the battery will continue to discharge slowly. Even though the charger is rated at 10 W, the device will only draw a maximum of 5 W. However, once charged the battery life is pretty decent and you can expect to get a good 8 hours of use from it if you turn off Bluetooth; 10 might be possible if you turned the display brightness down enough.

For daily use, I would recommend a cover and screen protector as everything is plastic and thus prone to scratching. Make sure you get a cover that will hold the keyboard dock, if you want to use this device to get any work done bringing the dock along is a must as the on-screen keyboard will hamper your typing speed.

This device will probably be sufficient for the majority of users, though if you are a gamer or tech addict you will probably end up wanting a more powerful tablet.

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  • Clint P.
  • 8/22/2014 9:45:44 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsT100

Pros: So far it is working good.

Cons: Didn't have Microsoft Home & Student 2013 software installed. there was just a trial version that you have to install.

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  • Joshua S.
  • 8/6/2014 5:25:40 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsLeave it alone for a day.

Pros: I like the portability of office for school, watching movies, basically antyhing you would do on your PC just smaller.
Perfect if you want to stay productive or entertained on the go. Battery life is solid, I got it at 40% and it lasted 6 hours.

Cons: It charges slow if you have it on. Probably have to keep it off if you want it within a few hours. 20-25%/ hr charge.

Other Thoughts: FIRST! Update through myasus and windows update. Remember the review title? LEAVE IT ALONE FOR A DAY. When I received the tablet it would not charge, the lights and windows notification that it was charging would come on but the battery would keep draining. I contacted support and had an RMA set up while I was at work ( i had left it plugged in at home) and lo and behold I was able to power it up and it began charging normally. Just a forewarning if you have this issue, leave it alone for at least 8-10 hours charging before you mess with it.

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  • Marc L.
  • 8/2/2014 3:13:09 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: I bought one of these for myself after getting one for my mom. We both wanted tablets that were basically a pc.
I use this more than my newly built gaming pc for everyday use like browsing the web, checking email, blah blah blah. You get the picture. Battery life is great, I charge about once a week with browsing every night online. You can download your steam and origin accounts to this thing and play older games fine. Newer less demanding games work fine as well. Plants vs Zombies using the touch screen, nice. You can also get bluestacks running to get emulated android apps running on this thing too. Includes Office Home and Student 2013 which includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote. OneNote is not a big deal, since you can download that for free from the app store. I personally like windows 8, touch screen makes it even better. Overall, this thing is just to convenient and useful. I feel like you really get your money's worth. Got mine for $350 on newegg and saw recently it was as low as $325. Another review said this is what the surface should have been, and I have to agree. The Surface is nicer all around, but factoring in price and what you get for your money, this Asus is sweet.

Cons: could use a little more RAM. App store not as robust as android or apple, but you can get bluestacks running on this. This only applies to my keyboard (mothers appears ok), but it seems to randomly undock from the tablet itself sometimes, so I have to give it a little extra push to lock in better. Charger gets warm. Finger prints everywhere Rear facing speakers. Wish it had a rear facing camera as well. In desktop mode, you will probably touch the wrong thing every once in a while, unless you have the smallest of fingers. I find a stylus is useful for the desktop mode.

Other Thoughts: Run all windows updates and asus bios updates when you open this thing. Also, you'll most likely want to spring for a micro sd card. You only have about 32 gigs left after all updates are complete. Micro HDMI cable is useful if you want to hook this up to your tv or a bigger monitor for using Office, or just to hook it up to your tv and stream things.

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  • David E.
  • 7/28/2014 12:21:58 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsit's just plain useful

Pros: small, light, tablet and laptop, inexpensive. can run dual monitors. runs full windows, can even play some basic games well like AOEII

Cons: charging! the need for the use of the included charger and there is one that is marketed for this device for about $12 on another retailer are the only ones that will charge it while in use and with any speed as most chargers just don't work
Other minor gripes are the track pad, rear facing speakers

Other Thoughts: neutral comments and realizing what this product is a cheap dual purpose tablet
screen resolution is lower than other tablets, track pad is not so great, the tiny chicklet keys are tiny (but i still can type decent on it) the 2 gigs is understandable but it can impact performance, but your really pushing it outside its comfort range at that point anyway.

i would only suggest the 64 gm version not the one without the hdd as being light versatile.

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