Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF700
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3 days ago
Summary: The unit is exactly what I wanted and needed for my grad Universaty studies, portability, separated from full keyboard and with keyboard attached had the feel of a laptop with fantastic battery life. The one negative was that it was not windows, it was android. That made it incompatible with my University 365. I need the "365" for my presentation and tern papers.
Excerpt: this is a perfect machine for typing... with dock station you have no battery and memory problem. Screen is perfect... I really love this device but it is so slow, especially on internet... My wife has a s3 mini and its faster on web... Ihave lots of pdf book more than 200 pages and turning pages is so so slow... I realy love it but have to leave... i will this sell asap..
Summary: This tablet is great for that money I bought it. Everything works, a lot of apps for android for free The only a little inconvenience that it doesn't support flash player, so you can only watch what you downloaded and no streaming video.
Asus Eee Pad TF700T-B1-GR 10.1" LED 32 GB Slate Tablet - Wi-Fi - NVID
15 April 2013
Summary: This device is very slick in both style and design. I would compare it to the elegance of the Ipad. The device is also very light, and I have no problems holding it hours on end. Even while reading e-books and supporting it on my chest its lighter then a real book. Watching 1080p videos on this is incredible and the built-in speaker sounds pretty good too.
Excerpt: In general I have to say I have never been more disappointed with a new piece of equipment than I have with this Asus Infinity Pad. It is excruciatingly slow. It continually locks up. The Chrome crashes and locks up regularly. The stock launcher crashes and forces me to reboot to get my icons...