The Asus Transformer Mini is a really great 10.1 inch Windows 10 tablet that comes with a keyboard dock and a stylus. It was designed to replace your laptop or ultrabook, while still giving you a full tablet experience.
The Transformer Mini features a 10.1 inch screen with a resolution of 1280 X 800 with 149 PPI. The screen is lush and vibrant, but you will not get the super high resolution as you would find on other premium devices, such as the Microsoft Surface 4 which has 2736 X 1824 at 267 PPI or the iPad 12.9 PRO which has a resolution of 2048 X 2732 pixels and 264 PPI.
Underneath the hood is a Intel Atom x5-Z8350 Cherry Trail processor with 4 GB of RAM and 64 of internal memory. If this is not enough you can expand it up to 128GB of storage via the SD card.
There are a few ports you should be aware of, such as the USB 3, Micro HDMI and Micro USB. You can use Skype and other video conferencing software via the front facing 2 Mega Pixel web camera, but there is no rear camera due to the kickstand and dockable keyboard.
Software wise you have Cortana to use as a virtual assistant, but I found it slow and sluggish on this device. There is also full support for Microsoft Continuum, which allows you to hook the tablet how to the computer and use the software on the big screen.
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