Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101
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Karen Walker, Amazon
21 April 2013
Summary: I bought this as a Christmas gift for my son, it froze completely within 4 months...ASUS said they needed to take it in to look at it, failed to send a courier on the agreed day. I contacted them again and restarted the complaint, they agreed to take it in and then failed to send a courier on the agreed day.
Summary: The Eeepad is as good as the Ipad but comes better equipped if you like to feel the keys as i do.I got this pad to replace one that got damaged so now i have a spare key pad.There are plenty of Aps to go for and loads that are free.Great item.Colin.
Summary: After initial issues with product and having to return it (more likely my fault), I will still get it in time for wife's birthday. Have put 5 stars due to excellent service from Diane Stubbs in particular. Kept me in constant contact all the time and really re-assured me that everything would be ok. If only all companies had staff like that!
Summary: Very impressed with this model, Asus outdid themselves but I'm sure the newer versions are even better. WOULD DEFO RECOMMEND, one very important plus is that almost every Android app will work on it.
Summary: I bought a refurbished one with dock for £227. Arrived in plain brown box in perfect condition. Booklets with it in German, but hey who cares if you save over £100. It seems as good as new and has full warranty. About the tablet. My first tablet so getting used to its ways as with any new system. Its pretty quick. A few strange things. There seems to be no flash for android now.
Summary: This is really is good for the following reasons: 1) Tough, excellent seamless performance. 2) Good battery life 3) Good software integration of Google and ASUS. 5) The best hardware for the price. 6) Receives software updates. Overall. This has been a wonderful experience, sometimes my dad uses it also on field projects. It has become an small part of our lives. The notable thing is, this is probably the best for this price range, and the Prime the best upgrade.
Summary: Sleek and attractive, feels nice and solid with metal backing yet not heavy. Super screen, lovely and clear and very responsive to touch although as should be expected with this type of glass it is highly reflective and shows up finger marks easily. Could buy a screen protector but having read some threads on Transformerforums (how sad am I) decided not to at the moment.