Reviews and Problems with Asus Transformer AiO P1801
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Perfect for people with vision issues.
Rosa M., Newegg
19 February 2014
Summary: Heavier to lift at 5.28 lbs.
Pros: Large bright screen for anyone that has problems reading on the smaller tablets. Completely portable and can make any vision impaired person happy. Has fold out sturdy metal stand and fold-out metal carrying handle.
Summary: This computer was everything I had hoped for. My daughter has plenty of apps she likes on android already, and books. I wanted all the greatness that comes with windows and we get that too. She is 5 years old and has no problem getting around between the two operating systems. I had heard a lot of people down on windows 8 and I just don't see why. I love it! Plenty of power and plenty of memory. Looks great! What more can I ask for?
Summary: This PC was a bit of a gamble for me, as it is primarily for my wife and 9 year old to use. Well it is working out great. They both love that they can take the screen wherever in the house and work on it, and still use it as a regular desk type PC when a full size keyboard and mouse make more sense. The screen is very clear, and the touch sensors work very well.
Summary: I purchased this computer during a cybermonday sale. My laptop is getting old, and I love browsing on a tablet around the house, so this seemed like a great middle road option. The design is sleek and has a tiny footprint. The fact that I can expand later by adding a second monitor to basically use the dock as a dedicated windows8 pc is awesome. The build of the machine seems sturdy.
Summary: this it a great system its like a computer but with a 2.5x the size of and ipad tablet. I added 64gb micro stick to it as well for more space for the android part of it. you can also access the computer part of it from anywhere in the house as long as its on the same network. haven't tried or figured out if it can do the same thing outside the network yet but hopefully Ill get around to it.
Summary: I decided to end my relationship with Apple products, for a variety of reasons. I traded in my iPad and my Macbook Air, and was in search of something to act as a replacement for both. This really fits the bill! I first bought a Sony Vaio Tap 21 with the i5 processor. I had it for about a week and ended up returning it. It was a nice computer and functioned well, but it was just a bit too heavy/cumbersome to really use outside of a desktop.
Summary: This is a seriously cool machine. I set it up yesterday and am finding it an amazing piece of hardware, especially for the price. There is nothing cheap or unfinished about it, everything from the packaging to the branding is, well, ah, just cool. The team who created this did an excellent job. The screen is sharp. The keyboard is perhaps the best keyboard I've ever used (which really surprised me).