Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime TF201
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No longer an advocate.
J. Rathgeber, Amazon
23 November 2014
Summary: I have been buying Asus mainboards since I started building my own computers in the early '90s. In fact, I wouldn't buy anything else. But after experiencing two of these sub-primes for a few years, I don't think I will ever buy another Asus product again, just because of the never ending...
Summary: This tablet has SERIOUS WiFi & Bluetooth problems, verified by the It also has an issue with weak Wifi and GPS signals because of the beautiful aluminium back, which stops the sinal being received..
Summary: Very por quality Tablet for what is paid, GPS not working properly,some LCD panel issues, battery´s very sort. ASUS support very bad, slow, and expensive. Not recommended, any other Tablet cheaper will do better.
Summary: tried two of these (first one broke about an hour of usage, gyroscope died), on both of them wi-fi barely worked. It worked OK if the tablet was within maybe 10 to 15 feet of router. Anything further and the speed went down to crawl.
Summary: This purchase was such a big disappointment to me. I had read all the pre-release reviews and was excited to purchase it from Amazon on Jan. 20th 2012. The learning curve to Android was difficult since I didn’t have a smart phone, but I figured it out. I bought it because so small to travel with.
Summary: My tablet has awful WiFi/GPS connectivity and the ASUS Android wrapper is terrible, it crashes constantly, including apps like Skype and Facebook. I sent it in to be 'fixed' but it's not any better and they won't do anything more.
Summary: Had to return the tablet because of its poor wifi connectivity. But Asus was unable to fix this, so I am stuck with it. This was the second time I had to return the tablet. The first was due to the power plug not being able to fully engage into the tablet, though they were able to remedy this.
Summary: Bought my Prime tablet and all worked well until the micro memory card was eaten by the tablet and it won't come out. Called warranty service and ASUS directs all their calls to Jamaica and I asked for USA support person and supervisor named Davon said they have no way of forwarding any calls to the...
Summary: Had 2 of these. Returned the first one as the recharge port broke. Also had a GPS that did not work well. The replacement device had a wifi that did not work well It lost connection in our den, even in the computer room with the wifi transmitter it did not connect well.