Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF700
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Good product, not that good in speed
1 week ago
Summary: My TF300 tablet got its screen cracked with the car door and I liked it, so I planned on buying a similar or the same one, and I opted for the TF700 because of the better resolution, gorilla glass screen and speed. I was a little bit dissapointed as it's slower than the TF300, maybe because of the graphics, but I couldn't really differenciate the graphics' improvement. I'd like my old TF300 having gorilla glass better.
Excerpt: I bought it in sep 2012. The reason I selected this model inspite of the very hight price tag was that it has a slot for external SD card and HD screen. Also it is relatively thin and light. Supposed to be fun to use.<br />I have it for about two years now. First time it was OK. Then it started to reboot randomly without any reason for about a time or two in a week.
Pros: Adequate Storage, Compact Design, Easy To Use
Excerpt: This is my first time ever using a tablet. I did a lot of research and was about settled on a 8 inch samsung that was in my 200-250 price range. It being my first purchase I did not want to invest a hude amount of money only to find out i don't like it.This Asus was on sale for a deal of the day. I checked the reviews and it was mostly positive.I decided to take a gamble since it was a 10.1 inch where I wasn't able to find a deceit one in my price range.
Summary: This tablet is everything i had expected and more, after charging it started working right out of the box. Getting used to the tablet keyboard has taken some time, but like anything new it just takes time. I'm very satisfied and plan on ordering the optional key board.
Summary: Asus Eee Pad is very well built and light weight.Even so it s a older model the price and functions out weigh getting the newest and latest.The owners manual that is included is not much value but can go on line and get the full version.I'm sure the TF700 will fully meet my needs..
Summary: I purchased this as an upgrade from the 201 Prime .. Overall its a very solid tablet .. the differences in the upgrade really aren't super noticeable .. the subtle exterior changes, relocated ports and such, simply meant I had to purchase another case to accommodate the changes .. the sounds still sucks a lot .. this is my one and only beef with this tablet .. the sound quality is horrible .. the graphics are great and the video and stills are quite decent as well ..