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Engadget Jan 6, 2014

Some more good news: although the display doesn't have the best pixel density (1,366 x 768 resolution to start), it offers wide viewing angles -- just like most other ASUS laptops we've tested, come to think of it. All told, the screen stands up well.

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Ars Technica Jan 8, 2014

What you get with the Transformer Book Duet is less an all-in-one system that seamlessly integrates your favorite Android apps with your favorite Windows ones and more a device that can be a Windows PC or an Android device—but never both at once.

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CNET Jan 22, 2014

Though the dual-OS packing convertible tablet is an impressive release, the tablet has a few downsides. It runs an older version of Android (4.1) and, with the dock, it's a thick and hefty package.

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The Verge Jan 6, 2014

The real trick is the dual-boot between Windows 8.1 and Android — there’s a one-touch button that Asus claims will let you instantly switch between the two operating systems regardless of whether you’re using the device as a tablet or a laptop.

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TechRadar Jan 6, 2014

The Duet may be able to do many things well, dodging the classic "master of none" retort, but why do I need it to?

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Android Police Jan 7, 2014

The overall fit-and-finish of the Duet is a little lower-end than what one may expect from a device like this – ASUS decided to forgo the brushed aluminum of its high-end devices for a much more budget-friendly plastic.

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