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8ca7aef5cf I dont have them both side by side, but Ill see what I can do about60 Andrei Girbea June 24, 2017Top Deals on ultrabooks and portable laptops Andrei Girbea September 14, 2017The Best Chromebooks of 2017 reviewed and compared Derek Sullivan October 7, 2017Dell XPS 15 vs Razer Blade 14 which is the better pick? Andrei Girbea June 18, 2016Lenovo Yoga 900 vs HP Spectre X360 an owners experienceCopyright 2016 Ultrabookreview.comAboutTerms and DisclaimerContactHaving an SSD instead of a spinning HDD should lower overall consumption when reading content from this external drive in the dock.Asus bundled the T300FA with a 20W 1.95V power brick, compact and with a long enough cableNeed For Speed Most Wanted on the other hand, which is a more demanding title, barely averaged 12 to 15 fps with similar settingsIts lower edge is a bit thicker than the others, and you can grab it quite firmly from here if you plan to read documents or browse on it in this mode, but I feel this T300FA will spend most of its lifetime attached to the dock.Latching the slate and the dock together is only a matter of seconds and the docking unit bundles a full-size keyboard, a trackpad, two USB slots (one USB SuperSpeed 3.0 – on the left – and one USB 2.0) placed on its sides and a hard-drive enclosure insideIt is good for the everyday word processing and web browsing for which I use it, but it is the battery life, that makes this a good computerBut even so, I’m overall not happy with the display on this unitAll the pictures and detailed above show you that the laptop can reach higher internal temperatures and as a result, throttles less aggressively, even at max-load for a longer period of timeThe brightness is shy of 270 nits, which is enough for indoor use, the colors are surprisingly accurate and the contrast is solid for a device in this price range


Thanks.CategoriesMain topics Comparisons Chromebooks Tops General info Latest News Quick look ReviewsScreen size 12- inch 13 inch 14 inch 15+ inchBrand Acer Apple Asus Dell Gigabyte HP Lenovo LG Microsoft MSI Razer Samsung Sony ToshibaLatest reviews By Andrei GirbeaAcer Spin 1 SP111-32N review premium build, average experienceA few years ago netbooks were highly popular, as light, compact and inexpensive laptops you could easily lug around to school or work.They weren’t very well crafted though andTaking a closer look at the dock’s hinge you’ll notice that Asus padded it with some sort of fabric so it won’t scratch the tablet when having the two connectedThanks for sticking by and if you have any questions or need help picking your next ultrabook, get in touch in the comments section below, I’ll be glad to help you outThanks! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be publishedPick the T200TA instead (follow this link for my detailed review)Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Notify me of followup comments via e-mail


We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our websiteThanks in advance, Bogdan Reply Andrei Girbea August 31, 2015 at 10:30 amIve tried a few 4K movies and they were not playing smoothlyThus, when the time comes and you need to buy something, make sure you make the right decision and consider all your options.Anyway, that’s about it for now, these are my impressions of the Asus Transformer Book T300FAUltrabook reviews, guides and comparisons HomeAboutTopsReviewsSay Thanks!MenuHomeAboutTopsReviewsSay Thanks! Andrei Girbea Rating: 3.5 out of 5 Asus Transformer Book T300FA review a fanless 2-in-1 with Core M-5Y10 hardware Back to topSpecs SheetDesign and exteriorKeyboard and trackpadScreenHardware and performanceNoise, heat and speakersBattery lifePrice and availabilityFinal thoughtsComments By Andrei Girbea , last updated on August 27, 2015 Summary: The Transformer Book T300FA is Asus's first Core M 2-in-1 and it checks many of the right boxesFor the money, I believe the T200 is a better deal Reply Fredy November 26, 2014 at 8:00 pmHi Andrei,I ended up buying T200 based on your recommendationsClearly not the lightest device out there, but if you’ll get the version without a HDD inside the dock you’ll be able to shave a few extra grams off


I never liked carrying big laptops around and that fueled my passion for mobile computers back in the 2000sWhen you need to undock the tablet, do you need to stop the harddrive first (from the lower right hand corner-Windows Eject Harddrive)? Reply Andrei Girbea November 10, 2014 at 5:51 pmIm not aware of any FHD version of the T300FA, but Ive seen some rumors mentioning itReply Andrei Girbea November 10, 2014 at 5:53 pmI dont have any of the units here anymore, so cant do any other testsIt should last longer with normal useDid you experience the same thing with the T200, or did the T200 stayed relatively cool compared to the T300FA? I tried to decide if I should wait for the T300FA or just go ahead with the T200 insteadReply Bill November 23, 2014 at 2:24 amHi Andrei, I am looking for a laptop to buy around September of 2015 mainly for school but a little gaming on the side.The specs i hope to get: i7 haswell or even i5 at least 6gb RAM 13in to 15.6in (14 inch would be perfect but 13 or 15.6 would also do) Touch Screen (folding would be a plus point) Willing to spend up to $700I dont really know if prices will change by then, if they do i hope to go with the decent older models whose prices have depreciated Reply Maico November 25, 2014 at 7:11 amGreat review!!!No rear camera and no LAN portIn fact, it’s scheduled to sell for only $100 more than the T200TA model that includes an Intel BayTrail platform, 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB eMMCFrom what I’ve read, Google decided to always stick to the VP9 codec when it comes to handling videos in Chrome, while IE/Firefox rely on the older H.264/265 codecs and that seems to help a lot (see this link for more details on these codecs)But if you love the idea of having a fanless computer, still plan on performing casual activities on it, would appreciate to have a bit more power when really needed and you’re fine with 4-6 hours of battery life, then the T300FA might be the right one for youHomeAboutTopsReviewsSay Thanks!


So for now, I could summarize that Chrome is just not optimized for this Intel platform and that takes it toll when it comes to both performance and battery lifeOur score: 3.5 / 5 Price when reviewed: $599-$699THE GOODlooks alright and is built well, includes a versatile docking unit, smooth performance with basic everyday activities, fanlessTHE BADaverage battery life and display, gets hot fast, the spinning HDD in the dock kills the noiseless experienceThis article is my review of the Asus Transformer Book T300FA.The name might not tell you much, but this is Asus’s first 2-in-1 laptop built on the Intel Core M new-generation hardware platform and promises to be powerful enough to handle your everyday tasks, efficient enough to run for several hours on a charge, completely silent (fanless) and last but not least, fairly affordable, with a starting price of around 600 euro here in Europe, or $600 in the US.But does it actually deliver on these promises? Well, stick with me for the next few minutes and you’ll find out.Before we start though, you should know that’s not my first encounter with Intel’s Broadwell Y series of Core M processors, I also reviewed the Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro a few days agoNow, back to those gamesNot a big deal for me, but something worth noting nonethelessAsus did nothing crazy with the layout, this is a standard chiclet keyboard with full-size square keys, except for the small directional padsTheres only a microDHMI port on the tabletThe case is made out of a textured plastic that tends to show smudges easily, with glass covering the front face and a narrow black plastic rim around the display.This is the Asus Transformer Book T300Fa, one of the first 2-in-1 mini laptops powered by Intel’s Core M hardwareThe slate weighs about 800 grams and is fairly compact, judging by the bezel around its 12.5 inch screenBut while the T200TA could last for 8-10 hours on a charge, this one can only go for 5-6 hours.So in the end it’s hard to put this T300FA on the map, because it sacrifices battery life for a performance boost that’s not actually that visible in everyday useThanks for the review

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