Interestingly, the device also comes with a 5-inch smartphone that resides in the dock on the screen. It's pretty interesting device, which runs Windows 8.1 as its operating system and is powered by a Intel Core processor, and comes with 4GB of RAM on board. The laptop side of the device comes with 1TB of storage so you have ample amount of storage at your disposal to save files, audio and other content. On the back of the screen, there's a dock which houses a 5-inch Android smartphone. Interestingly, when docked in, the smartphones display is shown on the screen, so it can be used as an Android tablet. As Asus said, the device comes with five modes: a Windows tablet, a Windows laptop, an Android tablet, Android laptop, and a smartphone. "Transformer Book V is the world's first five-mode, three-in-one converged laptop that features a Windows and Android laptop and tablet as well as an Android smartphone, making it an incredibly flexible device able to excel in any usage scenario.
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?Are Cheap Android Phones Worth It?
So are low-cost Android phones still a waste of your money? Happy Halloween, everyone. At this price, you get a 4.3-inch screen, 1GB RAM and a dual-core processor. There are phones from other not-so-famous manufacturers like Huawei and Blu at this price too. Screen When it comes to the screen, low-cost Android devices usually aren't as high-resolution. They can also suffer in viewing angles, and don't come with scratch-resistant glass covers.
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