Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Slider SL101
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Battery performance 6
The Slider's physical keyboard allows it to stand out in a sea of Android tablets, but can you overlook the weight and thickness compromises be overlooked?
30 September 2011
Summary: When it came to writing the conclusion of the Eee Pad Transformer review, I could confidently say that those looking for a tablet with a keyboard didn’t have to look any further. But that’s simply not the case for the Slider. While it may have a more clever and innovative form factor, the fact that the keyboard is always present causes it to be the chunkiest tablet on the market.
Pros: Bright, high-quality IPS display, Sliding mechanism is rigid, Innovative form factor with keyboard, Keyboard is well laid out
Cons: Thick and heavy, Keyboard is overly plasticy, Very thick screen bezel, Angle of the screen can’t be adjusted beyond 45 degrees in keyboard mode
ASUS Eee Pad Slider review: The ASUS Eee Pad Slider includes a built-in, physical keyboard but sacrifices size and weight in the process
Good Gear Guide.au
18 May 2011
Summary: ASUS deserves some credit for trying something new in a market filled with "me too" devices, but the end result is well short of the mark. The Eee Pad Slider may have a built-in keyboard but the trade-offs come in the form of an awkward size and heavy weight. If you really want an Android tablet with a keyboard, give the Eee Pad Slider a miss and take a look at the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer instead.
Pros: Screen props up at angle when opened, Built-in keyboard, Stable software
Cons: Thick and bulky design, Questionable build quality, Keyboard is cramped
Conclusion: O Asus Slider começa a ser vendido em um momento de transição do sistema operacional Android. Primeiro, porque uma nova geração de tablets Android com processador Nvidia Tegra 3 está a caminho. Segundo, porque o Google acabou de anunciar a plataforma Android 4.0 “Ice Cream Sandwich” , que pretende unificar os Androids de smartphone (2.x) com os de tablet (3.x), ao menos na interface e na integração de aplicativos (Andy Rubin, chefão do Android no Google, disse não...