Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101
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Toss up TF101 or Iconia. Lifes greatest decision.
27 May 2011
Summary: Best Android tab available. It was a toss up between the TF101 and the Iconia for me, but I think I made a good choice because of the KBD support on the TF. If you need a netbook or a Tab I highly recomend it. Android Tablet apps are not up to standard yet, but it is growing at a good pace.
Summary: Generally excellent .... bought this for a friend who's never used computers before and he's found it easy to use. It cost £130 secondhand, a very good deal. Love the fact you can use the Transformer as a laptop or tablet.
Summary: Great while it worked but poor build quality, on/off switch failed after about 1 year (a common problem) and plastic bezel started cracking. Also started freezing and randomly resetting despite factory reset, assume to be a hardware issue. Have now bought an iPad Air.
Summary: Love this tablet, has all the software loaded to be able to use it as my office computer. I have been using for several years now and still pleased, speed still very good compared to latest speeds
Summary: Was lucky enough to pick one of these at a discounted price. Great item, fast, great graphics (never bothered to buy the keyboard as it is too expensive). Very happy with it and highly recommended. Cons: come with quite a lot of Asus pre-installed (and not removable) apps
Battery life was not great even straight out of the box but was satisfactory
4 January 2015
Summary: I cannot believe that I managed to squeeze three years of life out of this device. It now belongs to my children and acts as their game console and video player for longer yourneys. This is the proof of how well built it is. Design is as fresh as it was when I bought it.
Summary: Was a great purchase, android fine and tablet responsive. Shame no keyboard with it, but then it's not a laptop. Eventually sold it on to buy another with a keyboard, but could not fault it in the meantime.