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ASUS Transformer AiO Dual Windows 8 and Android Device

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I take a quick look at the new ASUS Transformer All-in-One which features a huge 18.4 inch Tablet and both Windows 8 and Android!
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VERY interesting. the primary question are

weight: it looks fairly thick (for a tablet) and somewhat heavy. how much does it weight?

durability. due to the size of the tablet, how well would it hold up in a backpack/messenger pack environment

heat: what type of processor is it (assuming ivybridge/haswell i3) and is heat going to be an issue for the tablet?

battery life: since it's a large screen (for a tablet) what kind of battery life can you expect out of it?

overall, i really like the concept of a large tablet. i think it will see alot of use in a business/hospital environment. however durability would be a main concern since something that size... it only takes 1 oops biggrin.gif have you guys done any kind of drop test on it? can it survive a 3 feet drop and not have shattered glass? smile.gif
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I'll respond to your points smile.gif

1. The tablet is 2.4KG's, it's not designed to leave the house although it's slated at around 5 hours battery life if you choose to venture out

2. i3 and i5 models in Australia, the tablet houses the Android OS so heat won't be an issue with the Tablet. When in tablet mode, remote access is used to display Windows 8.

3. Not sure about a drop test although this is the internet and drop tests are "a thing" in pop culture. It won't be long till someone on YouTube tries it smile.gif
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