Summary: This thing is massive for a tablet....very cool features with it's dual OS. It does take a long time to set up and transfer files. You are setting up 2 systems, the Android and any Windows. It came with Windows 8.1 and it took 2 days just to get all the updates loaded before you can upgrade to 8.1. To switch to Windows while undock, it uses a third party remote desktop application (Splashtop).
Summary: I've purchased this as well as an ASUS laptop over the past few months. The products are very well built and designed. That said, as many others have pointed out, the customer service is very weak. When I opened the box for the Transformer AiO, there was no dongle (which permits the cordless mouse and keyboard to work). I had an on line conversation with one of the reps and he said he'd follow up after I sent an email with the proof of purchase - which I did immediately.
Summary: Got this computer for my husband's Christmas present. He loves the portability and the ease of switching from an Android tablet and Windows 8. Battery life is alright. He says that it does exactly as promised. Can't ask for much more than that.
Summary: I bought this to use for recipes in my kitchen, and it has worked out great. I do not have to print out recipes to follow any more, as they are at my fingertips. Also like the fact that it's usable as a tablet, although it is a bit heavy.
Summary: This thing is awesome! Its like an ipad on steroids. The keyboard is a bit annoying witht the shift key being smaller than normal but otherwise I love this thing! Screen is amazing and huge! The computer is not blazing fast or anything but i also got the lower model. So far I love it.
Summary: I'm 6' 2" and always wanted a very large tablet. I was also in serious need of a new computer. This satisfied both needs. Even though I wanted a very large tablet, this one is just a little too big at times. Not as convenient to use or take with you anywhere. it is definitely nice for moving around your house or apartment. The build quality is very nice, solid in the hands and doesn't take up too much space when docked. the i5 runs great.
I was a bit skeptical but so far it is a decent product.
Gun Geek, Amazon
3 September 2013
Summary: First as the name implies I am a bit of a geek. I like gadgets, I work on computers, write computer software, design websites etc, so I am no newb when it comes to computers. Generally I do not like All in one type computers but I couldn't pass up testing this thing. Over all as a basic PC it is great. Windows 8 has its ups and downs but I cannot blame ASUS for that aspect of it. The specs are decent I just wish it had the I7 processor.
Summary: The screen freezes a lot and goes dark. This can be remedied with a cold boot, so after the initial terror of thinking the thing is broken, it's a fairly easy fix, and just sort of annoying. It comes with Windows8 which is a really messed up learning curve if you are used to earlier versions that act like a PC, especially combined with the android/windows learning curve but if you are used to Windows8 you will have an easier time getting used to this set up.