ASUS Transformer Book Diary #2 (Powered by Intel Bay Trail)

ASUS Transformer Book Diary #2 (Powered by Intel Bay Trail)
September 18 14:59 2014 Print This Article

When I’m travelling, I rely on battery power and performance. Whether it be flying, or busing it using Greyhound, there just isn’t enough room for a huge device. Thankfully, the Asus Transformer Book powered by Intel Baytrail has me covered.

The most recent time that I used the ASUS Transformer Book was when I headed to GROW Conference 2014 in Whistler, BC. I needed a device that I could post my social content to without it dying. I also had my Macbook Air with me, for backup, but my primary device was the Asus Transformer Book.Bx2avvkCcAA-vU9

The ASUS Transformer Book has been great for carrying around when I’m on the go. It’s light weight, reliable and most importantly, functional. I pop it in my bag and I know that I’ll have the ability to perform all of my tasks, without having to carry around a huge laptop along with power cords and the what not.

With the performance of Windows 8.1 and touch, I can do everything I want with the ASUS Transformer Book. I love watching music videos while on the go, so I’ll download Vevo TV and split screen it along with Microsoft Word or Chrome so I can post and blog my entire journey.

It’s great for meetings too! I can take my ASUS Transformer Book with me to a boardroom meeting and show off a Powerpoint presentation with ease. My environment includes Microsoft Office along with the fun applications that I download from the Windows Store.

The ASUS Transformer Book is a bloggers paradise. Stay tuned for the next diary.

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Jonathan Yaniv
Jonathan Yaniv

Jonathan is the founder and editor-in-chief of TrustedNerd.com. Covering major tech shows such as CES, Jonathan is always there for the latest tech news. Want your gadget to be reviewed or have a release you’d like to be considered for publishing? Send Jonathan an email, jonathan [at] trustednerd.com

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