Tech Review: ‘ASUS Transformer Book Flip TP200SA’

Tech Review: ‘ASUS Transformer Book Flip TP200SA’
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Before Lumia launched its “Surface Book” with a wonderful hinge, there was this 11.6-inch laptop from ASUS offering you just the same. This device sports a 360° rotating touchscreen and comes with an aluminum finish, making this laptop durable while giving it an elegant look.


What makes the “ASUS Transformer Book Flip TP200SA” all the more interesting is that the company has packed wonderful specifications in this machine and is selling it at a price that fits everyone’s budget. Yes, it is one of the best budget laptops you can get in the market today.

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Resolution: 1366 x 768 pixels

USB: Type-C port

Weight: 1.2 kg

CPU: Dual Core Celeron N3050

Memory: 32GB eMMC SSD + a 32GB microSD card

For a budget laptop, ASUS has done a good job. But if you are looking to invest into a machine you can carry to your workplace and use it day and night, you may have bit of a problem as it comes with only 32GB storage. The 64GB version is also available but not in Australia. With eMMC SSD, the ASUS machines perform well.

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Even though the resolution does not match many devices in the market today, the ASUS Transformer Book Flip TP200SA impresses with a clear display at such low resolution. The touchscreen allows you to type smoothly. If you are not buying a laptop for heavy usage, then you can definitely get this beauty. With clear and loud audio, it will not disappoint you when it comes to entertainment.

If your budget is not high and you are looking to buy a laptop to complete your assignments or presentations, then the ASUS Transformer Book Flip TP200SA is for you.

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