Asus Transformer Book Trio

Released February, 2014
  • 11.6"
  • 16 GB
  • WiFi
  • Android 4.2 Jelly Bean
Nevertheless, its 190 ppi pixel density count is effective enough to enable us to view miniscule text without too much strain.
by PhoneArena (Feb, 2014)

Benchmarks Real world tests of the Asus Transformer Book Trio

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Transformer Book Trio
2,358

Features Key features of the Asus Transformer Book Trio

screen resolution

Transformer Book Trio
1920 x 1080
Nexus 10 II
2560 x 1600

memory

Transformer Book Trio
2 GB

camera resolution

Transformer Book Trio
5 MP
Surface Pro 2
0.9 MP

CPU Cores

Transformer Book Trio
Dual core

CPU Frequency

Transformer Book Trio
1.6 GHz
Nexus 10 II
2.3 GHz

Reviews Word on the street for the Asus Transformer Book Trio


6.0
For a tablet, its 11.6-inch 1080p IPS LCD display is highly regarded as above average in size.

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Operating System

Embracing the two-halves approach of Windows 8 - one hald just like Windows 7, the other more like Windows Phone 7 - the Asus Transformer Book will function perfectly well as both a laptop and a tablet, partly thanks to its neat detachable keyboard.
by TrustedReviews (Aug, 2012)
Windows 8 allows you to install almost any software you can think of when you have something intensive to do, while Android offers a simplified touch-screen experience that's easier on the battery, with apps designed to be simple to use when you're out and about.
by c|net (Sep, 2013)
Introduction Having an established presence in Android and Windows, Taiwan based Asus has been relentless when it comes to developing a wide array of products for its portfolio.
by PhoneArena (Feb, 2014)

Operating system

The Trio offers the choice of Windows 8 or Android 4.2 Jelly Bean when docked.
by c|net (Sep, 2013)
Performance wise, the Transformer Book Trio was fast as an Android tablet, Android laptop, Windows 8 laptop, and Windows 8 desktop (as an extended monitor).
by c|net (Sep, 2013)
That’s one steep cost, even though it’s a hybrid device running both Android and Windows.
by PhoneArena (Feb, 2014)

Screen

The Trio consists of a laptop that comes in half, the 11.6-inch screen detaching to become a tablet.
by c|net (Sep, 2013)
Such a high-spec device makes more sense when thought about in the context of the Transformer Book's largest-screen model.
by TrustedReviews (Aug, 2012)
We'll be back with availability and pricing details on the Transformer Book as they become available.
by TrustedReviews (Aug, 2012)

Ports

Audio recording is mostly clear, exposure adjustment is tight, and it records smoothly at 29 FPS.
by PhoneArena (Feb, 2014)
You can connect the keyboard dock to a monitor using Micro-HDMI or Mini DisplayPort.
by c|net (Sep, 2013)
Along the left and right sides, it’s blessed with all the usual ports that any laptop is given – like the audio jack combo, 2 USB 3.0, proprietary charging, microHDMI port, and Mini Display ports.
by PhoneArena (Feb, 2014)

Battery

Although the keyboard dock is rated to offer an additional 8 hours of juice, but nonetheless, the result from the tablet is by itself disappointing.
by PhoneArena (Feb, 2014)
Battery life is a strong asset of the Transformer Book Trio.
by PhoneArena (Feb, 2014)
There's a separate battery in each half of the Trio, so not only can each part work on its own - for up to 13 hours as Android and 5 hours as Windows 8 - but when you bring them together one can provide a life-giving transfusion of power to the other.
by c|net (Sep, 2013)

Specifications Full list of technical specs

display

Size 11.6"
Technology Super IPS LCD2
Resolution 1920 x 1080
PPI 189 ppi

network

Wi-Fi 802.11n
Bluetooth Bluetooth v3.0
Supports 3G No

processor

Cores Dual core
Clock speed 1.6 GHz

form factor

Weight 700 g
Size 193.8 x 304.9 x 9.7 mm
Thickness 9.7 mm

storage

Internal storage 16 GB
RAM capacity 2 GB
Supported card formats
  1. SDHC
  2. SD
Maximum capacity 32 GB

photo & video

Adobe flash support No
Webcam 5 MP

sensors

Has a GPS Yes
Has a light sensor Yes
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