Asus Transformer 3 Pro T303UA Notebook Driver. I bought the Asus Transformer 3 Pro Primary for my studies because it has the ability to remove the keyboard and a pen is already included for input. The charging of the Transformer 3 Pro via the USB C cable is very fast, but you have to note here that the tablet can not be charged with my cell phone USB C cable. The often criticized turning up of the fan, I have had in the early days but not since then, I'm unsure whether a Windows update could have fixed this fault. During lectures I use the Transformer 3 Pro as a tablet in which I write about the program Nebo on the tablet as on a college block, in the beginning it is a bit getting used to but you get used to it surprisingly fast. Since the Fall-Creators update of Windows, the tablet goes up again much faster. The face recognition function also in absolute darkness grants a high degree of security since I never have to enter your passwords under a stranger so that the device starts. If the existing amount of sponges is too low, you can continue to increase the memory via a Micro SD card, but this is currently unnecessary for me. I've been looking for a 2in1 convertible for some time, had the Asus T100TA back then and was very dissatisfied with it. Then I tried on tablets and finally had the Asusu Zenpad 3s 10.
Asus Transformer 3 Pro T303UA Driver Download
I am very satisfied with that. After my video card in the laptop showed signs of giving up soon, I looked around. So I came to the Asus Transformer. Through a discount promotion via Amazon I bought it (i7, 16GB) for just under 900E and hit. I have to say, with the first I had problems, the fan problems and so completely round this device did not work either. So sent it back and currently use the second device. I am highly satisfied, battery life for my needs Top, in this model no fan noise, now it is muck quiet Quiet, but I make more elaborate, the fan starts or runs constantly through I am of my laptop but not used to anything else. Facial recognition works great, although I often have to improve the detection, if for example the hair is different, headphones on hab, light incidents etc. Pen input is better than the Zenpad (because I bought the pin, unfortunately, this does not work in the Pro 3, have but I also not set apart, since one is included). The only downside for me is the keyboard, that this is not rigid. I had to get used to it a lot, meanwhile I have no problem with it anymore, but I already wish it was rigid. Also disturbing I found the reflective display, I've made a matte protective film on it, I can recommend all around.
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