Asus Transformer AIO P1801
Fast quadcore processor.
Runs Windows and Android.
Good build quality.
Detachable screen gives you a jumbo Android tablet to take to the couch or kitchen.
Good performance in desktop mode.
HDMI port lets you connect a second monitor when tablet is in use elsewhere.
Four USB 3.0 ports.
Quick switch between environments.
Laggy remote Windows experience.
Limited graphics performance.
Not the most portable tablet.
Some lag on tablet when out of dock.
Webcam not accessible to Windows when away from dock.
Mouse and keyboard have limited range.
Crashes in either OS can make the system seem unresponsive.
Remote desktop technology makes using Windows 8 in tablet mode unreliable, and you might prefer to wait to buy until later this year when the category has matured.
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By TechTree on June 10, 2013
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By Tech2 on June 04, 2013
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By HEXUS.net on March 11, 2013
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