Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101
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Battery performance 10
A great, less expensive, but not 'CHEAP' tablet.
27 September 2011
Excerpt: It's a fast acting tablet, with no lag. I can do many things on this tablet, with no problems. It's fast, responsive and easy to use! The battery on this really lasts a long time, I am impressed! Responsive tablet! Average weight...nothing that I think about. Sleek!
Excerpt: I have comments on this product after using it for 2 weeks now. The speed is Ok. If you have multiple apps opened, then it may run slow. Other factor is the screen resolution. If you are planning to watch videos, then this is not a good pick. My iphone has 100 times better resolution to watch video content. It is all just the flash that is the difference between my iphone and this touch pad.
Excerpt: I just bought this Asus transformer TF 101 tablet a few weeks ago. This is the oldest generation of its kind. The newer versions are TF 300 and TF 700. They are pretty much the same. The biggest difference is that mine has a dual core processor while the newest ones have a quad core processor. This is the first time I experience the android system. It has honey comb installed (3.0) when I bought it.
Excerpt: Make sure you buy from a seller with a decent return policy! The older builds have at least one defect (light bleed, creaking bezel, unbalanced speaker sound.) Even though these units are likely out of sale circulation by now, it doesn't hurt to protect yourself. It's easy to figure out which builds to buy, as there is plenty of information available online.
Excerpt: I got a sweet deal on my Eee Pad from Asus paying under $400 and in the past 2 weeks I have used it more than my laptop and I wasn't expecting that to happen. The wifi is super fast, has storage, screen is fabulous, touch interface isn't to touchy "excuse the pun" and the sound is great. A very quality item for the price in the market today. The only issue I have found is the camcorder is a little fussy but for me that isn't a big deal.
Excerpt: I enjoy using this product due to its user friendly design. It similarity to a laptop makes it easy for transitioning to a tablet. I especially like the availability of apps for the product and the keyboard.
Excerpt: I've had this tablet for over a year now and I love it. The screen is great, the battery life is great. The only issue I have is that it's a bit heavy so using it to read in bed at night isn't always that comfortable.. The wireless is great and I've had no issues connecting to WIFI networks when I'm mobile. It would be nice though, if ASUS would update the OS to Jelly Bean. It comes with 4.0. I've had it last days between charges..
Excerpt: I love this tablet. It has a quad 4 processor and for a tablet that is really great. It makes processing speed fast. It is a Google android based tablet so I can send information between my Droid phone and my e-tablet. Best Tablet on the marker by far.
Excerpt: I have had this tablet for about 5 months, and use it about 4-5x/week. I have fiddled with the different keyboard options, so I would say if the keyboard you're using is frustrating you, try out a different keyboard app, and adjust the auto-correct options until you've got something you're comfortable with.
Excerpt: I have had this tablet for over a year and do not have any complaints. It has been a great replacement for my laptop. I use it daily. Other than the price, I recommend it often. I have two sons; 2 and 8. Everyone in the family uses it to play games, search the internet, facebook, skyping, taking pictures and videos, reading books, watching movies, listening to music, checking e-mail. Tons of things to do for everyone in the family.