Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF700
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1 week ago
Excerpt: Great tablet, screwed up performance. I have TF700 for ~10 months, so it's time to wrap up all my feelings with this device. DISPLAY: Great - 10.1 inch, 16/10 screen with 1920x1200 resolution. Colours are good, everything is sharp. Although, as in many devices, after few months big white...
Love everything about this tablet. Except the "Tough Gorilla Glass 2"
5 October 2013
Summary: I bought this product through a some re-seller here on amazon. early July(2013), I love it, used it for pretty much everything, as I have no laptop and desktop recently died. responsive, screen image quality I really enjoyed, camera fabulous. I could not say enough good about it. Last week a most lovely family member of mine was using my tablet, somehow during this time the infinity fell off(first time ever dropped to my knowlage) the couch(roughly 2.5ft) screen is...
Summary: I waited to get one of the units over other similar tablets.I have been very disappointed in the performance and quality. It lasted 3 months and then just stopped working. I sent it in for repairs and it took ASUS about 4 weeks to process it and then they sent me a refurbished unit instead of a new one. It hasn't failed yet, but I doubt it will last long. Battery life is dismal. You really have to purchase the keyboard unit so you have another battery.
After a few months it easily separates from the tablet
15 September 2013
Summary: I bought this for my wife's ASUS tablet. After a few months of use, If you hold the tablet from the upper left corner it will pull a part very easily. The docking station anchors are not broken and the two anchors attach to the right. You would think that they would have designed this so that the two anchors would attach to the right and left. It is so annoying that my wife no longer uses it. I will try to see if I can get it to attach more securely somehow.
Cons: Fragile screen, slow, and buggy. Google it, many people are having the same problem. This was Cnet's best rated tablet , I now believe that ratings are paid advertisements, as this tablet is not worth the money at all.
Summary: If you are looking for a "pretty" screen, then this is for you. If you are looking for performance, STAY FAR AWAY FROM THIS TABLET! It is not built for performance and can be frustratingly slow, even trying to catch up with what is typed in. I gave up my Windows set up for Android and I have to say that I am sorely disappointed in Android. Their UI is just buggy and slow.
Summary: I've had this tablet almost a year now. I'm sold on having a 10 inch tablet, it fits my needs better than a laptop. Travels light, screen is big enough for web browsing, etc. And this particular tablet, the transformer, has a nice screen and mostly stock android. However the input and browsing lag ruin this thing. It is incredibly irritating to use, to the point where I often pull out my phone to look things up instead of dealing with the tablet.
Beware, be very careful if you buy this, the connection to the Tablet is very fragile - PLASTIC Pin
John C. Wolf, Amazon
16 August 2013
Summary: I had mine only a month and the plastic pins that secure keyboard to the Tablet broke and now you have to hold both components and be very careful that one doesn't slip and fall out of your hand. 30%+ OF USERS REPORT THE SAME PROBLEM - BROKEN LOCKING PINS! BEWARE! Also, the Tablet is constantly losing the the cursor, its a pain to get it back. I really liked the concept here, the TF700 screen is great, but the ASUS Tablet is very laggy.