Only one things that can prevent it from being in the top ten is it is high price
Representing a new generation of mobile devices that is currently winning its popularity (though not officially released for sale yet), the ASUS Transformer Book is one of the world’s first convertibles, uniquely combining a tablet and an ultrabook in one device. Such a happy blend enables the user to enjoy the machine either in a tablet or laptop mode simply by detaching the screen, thus offering plenty of comfortable-to-use playing and working options.
With it’s sturdy feeling brushed-metal chassis, the Transformer Book’s design and look resembles the well-known Zenbook lineup, which is not a bad thing at all. The Transformer machine will go on sale in three display sizes: 11.6, 13.3 or 14 inches. That display comes with a fabulous Full HD IPS panel that sports multi-touch capabilities. Moreover, the native resolution here is an impressive 1,920 x 1080 pixels, and all that allows for an exceptional image quality and wide viewing angles. The display is also notable for its front- and rear-facing cameras (5Mp), delivering the whole bunch of opportunities for making good pictures and getting high-quality video while chatting with friends or family.
The ASUS Transformer Book’s full-size QWERTY keyboard features an island-style layout and feels amazingly responsive, while its spacious trackpad supports a great deal of multi-touch gestures that contribute to smooth and accurate navigating experience.When it comes to technicalities and specifications, the ASUS Transformer Book ultraportable has much to boast: its latest generation Intel Core i7 CPU paired with an optional discrete graphics, SSD plus HDD storage, and 4GB of RAM will make it a tempting alternative among its convertible competitors.
In terms of connectivity options, the reviewed convertible Book will sport a decent selection of ports and features on board: two USB 3.0 ports, a 3,5-mm audio jack, and IEEE 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi along with Bluetooth. The manufacturer promises its hybrid will also feature a built-in accelerometer.
Thanks to the integrated Sonic Master audio technology diligently developed by ASUS, the Transformer Book will deliver crystal-clear sound with deep rich bass, making it ideal for partying and simply listening to music.
ASUS hasn’t revealed any details on when exactly and for how much the users will get a chance to buy the Transformer Book in the USA. However, as soon as it hits the market, ultrabooksreview.com will do their best to offer you the best prices, including in-depth reviews and other relevant information for you to make the ideal choice.