Summary: The Asus Transformer when I first got it had a number of problems. One big major problem was with the keyboard dock but that got fixed almost a week ago through a firmware update. I have to say that I am really happy with the purchase, build quality is ok, theres a little give on the plastic backing but acceptable.
Pros: Adequate Storage, Durable Construction, Easy To Use, Fast, Flash support, Good Battery Life, Large Screen, Lightweight, Reliable Performance
Summary: If you want an Android tablet, and don't need 3G connectivity. This is the tablet to buy. Period. The screen is gorgeous, the sound is surprisingly good, WiFi connectivity works just fine for me, it's responsive, front/rear cameras, competitively priced and the battery life is great. For me, it was essential to buy this tablet with the optional keyboard/battery. Not only does it act as a cover and seamless input device, but doubles the batter life!
Pros: Adequate Storage, Durable Construction, Easy To Use, Fast, Good Battery Life, Large Screen, Lightweight, Reliable Performance
Summary: [...]. So far I've tested the remote desktop from inside our wifi range and it works great! I love the email interface, book reader works great with PDFs. Nice set of installed apps -- I don't really miss too much, have only downloaded a few so far. I love the functionality. Online keyboard is useful, but not helpful for working at the desktop. I can't wait to test that on the keyboard dock.
Pros: Adequate Storage, Durable Construction, Easy To Use, Fast, Good Battery Life, Great features, Large Screen, Lightweight
Summary: This form factor is great, most of the benefits of a laptop with the usability of a tablet. The built in web browser is slow at times, i tend to use Dolphin HD or Firefox. I do not like that the Micro SD and SD cards stick out, I would rather have them recessed and have to use a tool to eject them. I would like to see a 3G/4G version soon. I have observed 2 random reboots, and the top function keys seem to be unresponsive at times requiring a reboot.
Pros: Adequate Storage, Durable Construction, Easy To Use, Fast, Good Battery Life, Large Screen, Lightweight
Summary: As someone who questioned the real need for tablets, the price point on the ASUS Transformer line made it a no-brainer purchase. After getting my introduction to tablets with a Viewsonic GTab, when I saw the pricing, Honeycomb software, and optional dock for the ASUS Eee Transformer I knew this was the time to upgrade. The speed, screen clarity, and stock software on the Transformer was a major upgrade from the GTab.
Pros: Adequate Storage, Easy To Use, Fast, Good Battery Life, Large Screen, Lightweight, Potential, Price
Cons: Honeycomb a little buggy, Some build quality issues, Video quality