Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime TF201
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Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime
4 October 2014
Summary: Overall though, the Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime is our favourite tablet. The Android OS isn't quite as fluid as the iPad's iOS, but the keyboard makes it a much more usable proposition, while still offering a slim and stylish platform when you just want to relax and read or browse the internet.
Conclusion: We can’t make our minds up if this is more tablet than laptop or vice versa, but we can be sure of is that this is a great all round piece of kit that also looks the part. It’s packing one of the best keyboard docks we’ve seen and is supremely powerful thanks to the quad-core architecture.
Pros: Powerful Processor. Beautiful screen. Great specs, Transforms into netbook with keyboard dock
Cons: Currently not shipping with Ice Cream Sandwich, but will get an update
Summary: The ASUS Transformer Prime tablet can be safely considered to be the top of the moment, especially part because it is the first ever to mount a quad-core processor and one of the first to have Android 4.0.
Pros: Quad-core processor, front camera, Full HD Movies, memory card reader; Gyroscope.
Excerpt: Asus Transformer Prime is a successor to the original Transformer tablet. It's thinner and the first Android device powered by NVidia's quad-core processor. In addition, it also comes with a 10.1-inch touchscreen, optional keyboard dock, 8-megapixel camera on the back, 1.3-megapixel front-facing...
Pros: Verizon 4G LTE network is incredibly fast, 32GB microSD card included, Integrated kickstand works in portrait and landscape
Cons: Battery life is among the worst we�ve ever seen, No 4G LTE power toggle option, Kickstand in landscape orientation blocks microUSB port
Conclusion: So back to our original question: The hype surrounding the Asus Transformer Prime - is it justified? For want of a more rounded answer, yes. It definitely is. Being the first quad-core tablet we’ve seen, the speed improvements are priceless and Android 4.0 feels fantastic on a 10.1-inch display.
Pros: Very fast, first quad-core tablet, Slim, attractive tablet, Durable with spun metal finish, Keyboard dock adds a lot of function
Cons: GPS signal issues, Keys on dock are shallow, Camera captures washed out images, Weighting when docked takes getting used to
Review Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime TF201 Tablet/MID
11 February 2012
Summary: Quad core tablet. The new Asus tablet with a keyboard dock is one of the first products with Nvidia's quad core processor, Tegra 3. Just in time for our review, Asus also upgraded to Android 4.0.
Pros: Newest mobile quad core chip, Very good screen, Elegant and robust aluminum case, Latest Android 4.0.3, Extended options thanks to keyboard dock, The elegant aluminum design is a successful improvement of the predecessor.
Cons: GPS only works sporadically, No 3G/UMTS, Only one speaker, A 3G/UMTS module, we can't say it often enough. At least for Europe.
Summary: The basics The Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime is the follow up to the popular Eee Pad Transformer. The Transformer was one of the most impressive tablets of the past 12 months, taking on the iPad and bettering it in many ways.
Pros: The Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime keeps the same form factor as the original Transformer. You'll still be able to use it as a lightweight tablet when you're travelling, or add a proper keypad when you want to work or add extra battery power. The styling on the Transformer Prime has moved on slig...
Cons: It's not all good news, however. The more rounded design makes the Transformer Prime slightly more unstable than the original Transformer, although we never found this to be a big issue. The keyboard dock has also slimmed down over the original. Although this makes it more portable, it also reduc...
Summary: It may be getting on, but don't underestimate the Prime
Pros: Light and portable, Highly readable screen, Fast processor, Smooth HD video, Great for games, We liked the Tegra 3 processor on this tablet - it's fast and nimble, speeding up the whole operating system. HD movies played smooth and fast, without the typical stuttering (for the most part) of other...
Cons: Average camera, Screen not as good as Galaxy Tab 10.1, Minor recording bugs, Still pricey, We're fans of the IPS display tech, because it means getting more use out of tablets in a variety of lighting conditions and at a side viewing angle, but it means the Prime's screen is slightly less colourf...