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The back of the tablet part is extremely glossy, the keyboard surround is faux brushed metal and the bottom of the keyboard bit is soft-touch matt plastic.
Three different finish types rob the Asus Transformer Book T of design cohesion, but it — surprisingly enough — largely gets away with it. Aside from the keyboard keys, the inner hinge and the screen surround, the T is coloured in a slightly moody dark blue.
It looks fairly good, in fact, and a little lower-key than the shiny aluminium of the Transformer Pad. The Asus Transformer Book T also suffers from no serious build issues despite the slightly lower-grade construction. We find it less of an issue here as — quite simply — there are very few particularly good-looking Windows tablets.
In the nerdy world of Windows 8 tabs, the Asus is a bit of a looker. Practicality-wise, the design is spot on for an affordable hybrid.
The keyboard module and tablet are around g each, and between mm thick. Separated from each other, neither is remarkable.
They make a great team, though. At around 1.
That Asus has been producing devices like this for years really shows in the execution of the hinge too. It's even quite a bit lighter than the 1. However, the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 When you attach the keyboard dock, the T's weight doubles to 2. By comparison, the The back is made from cheap, glossy plastic in a drab shade of dark gray while the front has a thick black bezel.
Where most Windows tablets have a capacitive Start button built into the bezel, the T has a Windows logo that doesn't do anything when pressed.
Instead, ASUS has made the odd decision to put the Start functionality into a tiny button that sits on the left side next to the volume rocker. The keyboard dock, which comes with the tablet, has a more stylish matte plastic surface and a soft-touch bottom. The screen snaps securely into a latch on the dock and only comes out after you push a hardware button to release it. With the keyboard attached, you can treat the T as inch clamshell laptop, opening and closing it at will.
The dock itself has no battery or charging port, but its fairly significant heft 1. The keys offer excellent tactile feedback and a ton of vertical travel, but they're so small and packed together so tightly that we found ourselves making many adjacent key errors.
This is a netbook layout.
The first time we took the Ten Thumbs Typing Tutor test, we registered an awful error rate of 7 percent, but after being a lot more deliberate in our strokes, we managed a 1 percent error rate with a 74 word-per-minute speed, about 11 words per minute below our typical score.
However, we found typing on the T much more pleasant than using the Microsoft Surface's Touch or Type covers, because of the good feedback and the solid weight of the dock. Though we were usually able to move the pointer quickly and accurately to our intended destination, it sometimes stopped moving midstroke, requiring us to lift up our finger and try again. We also found ourselves running off the edge of the narrow pad occasionally, while clicking left or right required as much force as pushing the hard plastic dome in the board game Trouble.
The pad is just as loud, too, when clicked.
In addition to performing a smooth touch-to-zoom and two-finger rotate, we were able to minimize all windows by using a three-finger swiping down. You can also show open apps as on-screen thumbnails by three-finger swiping up, and move back and forward between apps or photos in a gallery by three-finger swiping left or right.
When we watched a p trailer for "The Avengers," the red in Iron Man's armor, the orange in an explosion and the blue in Captain America's suit looked realistic, if not overly rich. Colors stayed true even at 90 degrees to the left or right, making group viewing a possibility.
However, the display's relatively low resolution resulted in some dithering, particularly on objects with some kind of glow like the Avengers logo. Despite its wide viewing angles and strong color output, the Transformer Book T registered just lux on our light meter, well below the lux tablet category average, the lux ThinkPad Tablet 2 and even a little less than the Acer Iconia W 's lux screen. However, in everyday use, the screen seemed more than bright enough for whatever we viewed on it.
We were even able to read articles in the Bing News app while standing in direct sunlight, though the fingerprints on the screen appeared more prominent than the text below. The 5-point capacitive touch display was highly sensitive to our gestures, allowing us to pinch-zoom, swipe with ease and draw with all the fingers on one hand in Windows Paint.
Audio The T's speakers delivered audio that was loud enough to fill a large room.