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ASUS T100 - 64 GIG +SD Card Question


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I hope this is the correct spot to post this, I’m interested in purchasing a ASUS Transformer T100 with 64 gigs of storage and I have a few questions before I purchase this product. Here are the specs


  • Intel Quad Core Baytrail-T Z3775 1.46GHz. 2GB RAM.
  • Storage Capacity: 64GB Solid-State in tablet
  • 11-Hour battery life. 1.2MP Webcam. microHDMI, microUSB, microSDXC slot. Bluetooth 4.0. Wireless Dual-Band 802.11N.
  • Windows 8.1 OS


Here is the specific product I'm looking at:




Firstly, would anyone recommend the purchase of this product? I am a researcher and plan to use it primarily as a note taking device but I suspect I'll watch the occasional movie and have a few skype conversations on it.


I plan on purchasing a 128gb micro SD card to use as my main storage however I have some concerns about limitations with this method. In your experience, will I be able to download applications onto the SD card and run them on the T100? Will I be able to store my music and pictures on the SD card and play/view these on my computer without needing to transfer them onto the computers hard drive? Would you expect any performance issues if I chose to do this? Are there any other options available outside of purchasing the 500 gig keyboard dock?


Any information would be more than helpful, 



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