Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101
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Probably the best tablet on the market for affordability vs. performance and support
Jason V, Amazon
5 April 2012
Summary: I've decided that in tablets, you need a well-known brand to be sure you get updates. It updated to Android 3.2 as soon as I took it out of the box and put it on my network, and upgraded to 4.0 recently.
Summary: The unit was great until i turned it on for the 1st time, 90% of the boarder had light leaking into the screen and there was a dead pixel smack in the middle of the play field. Epic fail on the refurb!
Summary: I am really happy I purchased this over the IPAD. It offers a lot more flexibility and is quite powerful. I have not had any issues with this tablet so far and have been really impressed with its overall performance. For the price this tablet is definitely the way to go.
Summary: I have two 32g TF101s and they were both upgraded to ICS (Android 4.0.3) without any hitches, like rebooting or power button problems. The power drain is noticeably less, thanks to the optimized ICS that proves more efficient than the previous version.
Summary: I was skeptical to buy this as it is refurbed but boy was I wrong ! This arrived in MINT CONDITION....and if compared to a regular transformer you wouldn't know the difference. Comparing the feedback from all the tablets here and feature lists, this is by far the best option.
Pros: Great Size Blazing fast Speed HDMI out Stereo speaker is loud Micro sd card reader Built with high quality parts Holds a charge for 10 hours with intensive play Bluetooth compatible Endless uses when mixed with ANDROID market
Cons: Keyboard dock is not included but not worth taking eggs away as it is sold separately anyways.