It's a touchscreen Windows 8 desktop PC. It's a Windows 8 tablet. It's an Android tablet. And it's 18 inches, which may be great on the desktop, but could limit its appeal as a portable device. Consumer Reports likes the Transformer AiO's "unique versatility," and calls it a "truly creative attempt at increasing the versatility and usability of a home computing device." PC Mag says that using the Transformer AiO as a tablet is "tiring," and it's "quite bulky to hold in one arm for any length of time." In the end, PC Mag calls it "a good first effort," but says that it's really only suitable for "early adopters."
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