The Asus Transformer Book T100HA is a hybrid between a tablet and a laptop, as it essentially is just a tablet with a keyboard accessory, except more durable than one of those old school netbooks. Asus has managed to place all the components behind the screen of the tablet, making the top half thicker than the lower half.
The Asus Transformer Book T100HA is one of the first models in the series to come with Windows 10 preloaded on it. Let’s take a look at the T100HA, and see if it can really be a replacement to your laptop:
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If you are a video streaming junkie, or like to play games for hours at a time, then the Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 is the best tablet for you. The battery just keeps going, and going until you eventually fall asleep. Believe it or not, the Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 can last an entire 15 hours before running out of juice. This is longer than any tablet currently in the market. The tablet also comes with a Snapdragon 212 processor with 1GB of RAM, but falls short, as the device tends to lag. To make your viewing experience even better, the tablet has a set of stands that fold out from the back, so it can stand vertically by itself. Another cool feature is that it has an 8 MP camera that can rotate 180 degrees, hence you actually have an 8MP front and back camera!
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After Xiaomi had launched its Redmi Note 3 in India last week, it decided that it was an appropriate time to launch its 10000mAh Mi Power Bank Pro in China.
The 10000mAh Mi Power Bank Pro will put you back about INR 1500, or CNY 150. The power bank comes with USB Type – C, and is covered by an aluminium body that houses an input overload, short circuit, and temperature sensor. Xiaomi claims that the 10000mAh Mi Power Bank Pro can work with 5V 2A, 9V 2A, and 12V 1.5A, and change charge a variety of devices, including fitness bands, smart watches, and Bluetooth headphones.
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