Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101
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Transformer has replaced my laptop
Heather N., Newegg
6 February 2012
Summary: My first Android and first tablet. Got my transformer in august after much research. Decided on the transformer because of the available dock since I was pretty much replacing my laptop. Have not regretted the decision at any time!
Pros: Great product. long battery life (esp with dock). HDMI output. mini SD card input on tablet, 2 USBs and full SD on dock. ASUS keeps up with updates well. Love the changes asus made to honeycomb (specifically the back, home, window buttons).
Cons: no flash on camera, but still takes decent outdoor photos. screen sometimes messes up when I plug in the HDMI output, not sure why but I think it may be a browser issue.
Summary: This is one of the best tablets in the market that can compete against any other tablets. I used other tablets and the transformer. I found that the transformer is better performing than most of the tablets. Also it has usb ports and hdmi port which is an added advantage.
Summary: I'm an avid computer user. This has been put through the tests. Tablets are not laptop replacements but this one comes very close!
Pros: I received mine as a gift in Oct via another retailer and wanted to put it through the tests of life before I wrote a review. It is my first tablet but I've played with my daughters "ipd" that doesn't come close to this. Asus did a great job of including the USB ports and memory card options (via...
Cons: Transformer prime came out too soon after I received my transformer. (Ok mine was a gift so i'm really not annoyed!) The keyboard dock keys are poorly designed. I'm a good typist but this keyboard makes me feel like a goof a third of the time. In spite of that, this Dock adds a ton of battery lif...
Summary: Great tablet! Recommended for everyone who are visiting this page. Typed this review with my Eee Pad.
Pros: -Good price -Smooth -Nice and big screen -Stereo speakers -Nice design -mini-HDMI port -micro SD card -Android, which means you can do more things than iPads. -32 GB for the price of original 16GB ver. -no sign of usage even it is refurbished. -IcecreamSandwitch upgradable. -Dual core processor
Cons: Asus keyboard was installed, but it's hard to use. I guess Asus did it on purpose, so people will buy keyboard docking station. You can switch to original android keyboard or install another one from the android market. They are much better.
Pros: Great shipping. Great product. I'm not a computer guru and I am new to android technology. This tablet is extremely user friendly. I am impressed with the video quality and speed of both the internet and the tablet itself. The keyboard is a must for an old-time speed typer. It has a good key resp...
Cons: The only con I can come up with is the lack of my user knowledge on some things. No fault of the tablet!
Summary: Yes there the Transformer Prime (AKA Transformer 2) is coming out, but this model is time tested and cheaper. I would of given it 4.5 Eggs, but not given that choice. Still recommended.
Pros: - If you use the keyboard also it provides a built in case when you close it - Some people don't like the plastic texture, I love it, it provides good gripping for holding - Frequent Firmware updates - Nice Screen - Good Stability - No problems with Andriod or Other Markets - Strong Wi-Fi Connect...
Cons: - Could be a little smaller and lighter, but nothing overwelming, even with the keyboard only 3 pounds appox - No flash on camera, but how many of us take too many pics with a tablet, pictures do come out passable - Stock browser often tries to lock you into 'Mobile Views' which is a shame since ...
Summary: I've had this tablet for a couple of months now and really like it. Very nice for watching movies/shows, browsing/email, playing games. I also bought the keyboard , which is way better than the covers that people use to prop up other tablets.
Summary: Have been using my Eee Pad Tranformer for over two months now and have been very pleased with it. In fact, I prefer using the Eee Pad over my new laptop. It is so easy to take this unit with me anywhere and play games or surf the web.
Summary: Asus has already promised that this device would get ICS (Android 4.0).
Pros: Slick Android Interface (much better than 2.3x) Powerful processor doesn't get bogged down. Very expandable (especially with doc) This thing is what an Android tablet should be! It's slim, light, powerful, and sexy! I have an Archos 70IT, and a Viewsonic Gtablet and this just makes them look like...