Which lead to the next issue: The onscreen keyboard is terrible. Perhaps I'm just too used to the Windows 8.1 keyboard or the iPad keyboard at this point, but I really struggled with it.
Close enough for jazz?
The Transformer Pad TF103C is an excellent companion tablet, with the potential to be a useful tool if you can find solid Android versions of your favorite productivity software. But dyed-in-the-wool Windows users will be much happier with Asus's Transformer Book T100, which is street-priced just $40 higher (for the 32GB model; the 64GB model is going for $375).
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