Laptops and desktop offer great computing ability. I mean they generally got bigger screen and keyboards that make working on them so much less of hustle. However, for the on-the-go user, they’re not the ideal computing device of choice. Yeah! Carrying around a 15-inch plus laptop is no fun, especially when it is heavy.
Since Windows rule the desktop/laptops world, you will probably not find an Android tablet as the next best alternative. Especially, if it is for work, the Windows platform and Android platform are two worlds apart. So you’ll probably be looking for a Windows tablet, or even better a hybrid 2-in-1 device.
You got Microsoft own devices like the Surface line of 2-in-1 devices. Alternatively, you can look for the VivoBook Book Series family that comes running Windows 10 out of the box. Today we’re going to explore the feature on Asus’s latest entrant into the VivoBook line the VivoBook Flip TP200.
Asus VivoBook Flip TP200 Review
First thing fast, it is light and compact! 1.2kg light, to be exact. It is about 18.45mm thin with a footprint smaller than an A4 sheet of paper. It …read more