Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Slider SL101
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Review Asus Eee Pad Slider SL101 Tablet/MID
22 December 2011
Summary: Swiss pocketknife. Just like the pocketknife can conjure up a nail file, saw and Allen key, the Slider can transform itself into a kind of all-in-one tablet with a real keyboard. More work efficiency under Android?
Pros: Keyboard always at hand, Standby can be disabled, Screenshot key, Wide viewing angles (IPS), Good contrast, Video out, Full-size USB port, Long battery life, Short battery charge time (2-3h), Stable hinge, non-slip bottom, Timeout can finally be disabled, the Slider is permanently on. The folding...
Cons: High weight, Unusual keyboard, Why is there no 3G version of the Slider?
Summary: Weightier than other 10-inch tablets, but slide out the keyboard and you’ll see its secret weapon. Great overall build and a keyboard that’s a dream to use The combination of touch-screen and keyboard raises this tablet to a new standard of usability and entertainment.
Pros: Inputting and editing text is simply brilliant, screen is sharp and colourful, seemless transition between work and play
Cons: Expensive at £450, touch-screen can be temperamental, heavier and thicker than other 10-inch tablets
Conclusion: There’s almost nothing wrong with the Asus Eee Pad Slider. Its worst crimes are that it’s heavy and larger than other, keyboardless tablets. If that worries you, get the new Asus Eee Pad Transformer when it comes out.
Pros: Lovely screen, a decent PC replacement, USB port, good battery life
Cons: Almost the same cost as a laptop, weight and size, lack of Honeycomb apps
Excerpt: ASUS Eee Pad Slider, ASUS'un Transformer'dan sonra ülkemize getirdiği 2. Tablet bilgisayar. Fakat tıpkı ASUS Eee Pad Transformer gibi bir tabletten fazlasını vaat ediyor. Benim gibi tabletlere karşı hala soğuk olan, belki gelenekçi kişiler için klavyeyle de kullanılabilen bu ürünler piyasada fark...