Summary: Finally a nonApple tablet that doesnt cost MORE than the iPad! I use it for research and online reading, and as test hardware for tablet application programming. The worst drawback to the device is true for all touchscreen devices... the screen is a fingerprint magnet!
Pros: Adequate Storage, Easy To Use, Fast, Good Battery Life, Large Screen, Lightweight
Summary: I work for the IT department of my company and I had the opportunity to valuate six different tablets, including the iPad2 and Xoom. In my opinion the ASUS was the best, although the iPad was a close second. The iPad had far more apps available, but my experience was that there are more free apps available for the Android than there are for the iPad. That, plus expandable memory made the ASUS Android tablet the better choice.
Pros: Adequate Storage, Durable Construction, Easy To Use, Fast, Good Battery Life, Large Screen, Lightweight, Reliable Performance
Summary: After reviewing and researching for more than 3 months, I came up with ASUS Eee Pad Transformer. Its an excellent product produce by ASUS with bundle of functions. High in quality and low in price.
Pros: Adequate Storage, Best in price, Durable Construction, Easy To Use, Fast, Good Battery Life, Large Screen, Lightweight, Reliable Performance
Summary: Definitely the nicest 10 inch tablet I have tried with good speed and a very crisp display. The only important weekness I see is poor WiFi reception, not at all useful at my local coffee house (my old baaaaad 7 incher had twice the antenna).
Summary: I have used an ASUS laptop for 4 years without any problems. The transformer appears to be equally well built. No problems since updates were installed for the keyboard doc and Android 3.1...stable, only a few forced closes this first week of use. Battery life is remarkable. The GPS capability was an unexpected plus.
Pros: Adequate Storage, Durable Construction, Good Battery Life, Lightweight