Reviews and Problems with Asus Transformer AiO P1801
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Great quality form and function in a beautiful design.
Tina Behler, Amazon
14 July 2014
Summary: Exactly what I expected! I love the way it uses windows 8.1 in tablet form from the couch and easily swaps to Android. Setting it up with a touchscreen monitor allows for a great multi device experience.
Summary: Disclaimer: Amazon Prime Video isn't an option with this device in android mode. Lightning fast in both modes, size is perfect. I wouldn't want to take it out of the house, but it is like having a portable home theater system that fits comfortably in your lap.
Summary: The cons don't destroy the product since the purpose of a large tablet is to actually make people read information easily without having to squint or scroll incessantly on a tiny 10" screen. Just wish it had a newer version of android to match my cell phone.
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.
Cons: Older Android 4.2 Jelly Bean release. Heavier to lift at 5.28 lbs. NVidia Tegra 3 processor.
Summary: This pc has exceeded my expectations. It has been 9 months since I bought this AIO and still very happy with it. The dual use of switching between WIN and android is great. I love being able to detach the screen and switch to a large tablet.
Summary: Okay, the mfg. didn't ship any instructions (there is a video online I would suggest you watch before setup) I'm a PC tech and still managed to have a little frustration during setup. There is very limited troubleshooting information online on the P1801.
Summary: My daughter loves it, was a gift for college graduation and birthday combined, kind of pricey. Downside, it doesn't come with software she needs and that is another big expense. So she uses old PC for software (it's not uploadable) and this for other stuff.
Summary: I bought the P1801-B054K, which is the i3 version. The item description says this unit has a 3.1GHz Core i3. This is not correct. It actually has the 3.3 GHz i3-3220, which is a pretty powerful processor.
Summary: The photo used by Amazon is not correct. This is a Android Tablet that is out of this world. I am getting older and the smaller 10 inch tablets that are so ubiquitous do not cut it. This tablet is great.
Summary: I've had the PC for over two weeks now and it's an awesome system! There's a cool factor that has other people saying "Wow it can really do that?" Keep in mind that this is not the stock system.