Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101
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Sound quality 10
Battery performance 10
Build quality 9
ASUS Transformer is the Tablet to Beat
q19, Phone Arena
23 July 2011
Excerpt: Many reviews out there seem to (unfairly) place the ASUS Transformer in the category of a budget tablet. However, after trying out other tablets including several Honeycomb tablets, the Playbook, the TouchPad, and the iPad, it is my opinion that this tablet meets and exceeds the performance achieved by its higher-priced counterparts, and its low price-point is just the icing on the cake; I would easily shell out $100 more for this tablet, especially given the optional...
Summary: I love asus. I have a laptop, video card, and monitors from them. Everytime there is any issue with a product they fix it. Knowing this I read other reviews about a speaker being dull on one side and other things like that. I had non of these issues from my device it was flawless it has 3.1 and they are working on 3.2 right now. Asus is on top of thier stuff behind. I feel like samsung leaves every device behind.
Excerpt: The transformer is hands down the best tablet out there. I use it for class (netbooking) and typing notes, then when I want to impress my friends I pop the screen right off and let them play with it (drooling). First of all the brown/diamondy pattern is beautiful, better looking than any tablet out. Second it has 2 cameras on it while many dont. The transforming feature is brilliant.
Summary: This is one of the best andriod based tablet for the price of 400$ with an SD card and Mini-HDMI adapter. you can't beat the price/value proportion. And the screen is IPS same as Ipad and it shows -- the brightness and viewing angles were amazing. Build quality can be better, it quirks when you hard press the corners and the edges were sharp which leaves marks on the hands after holding it for an hour.
Summary: I am not the techy type but I do love this little computer. The idea that it could work as a pad and a laptop made perfect sense to me. My only negative is I wish it ran on a windows platform.
Summary: I love the Transformer, despite its' few shortcomings. To really unlock the usability of this device, you have to get the keyboard dock. It adds to the overall purchase price, but it also adds a full size SD card slot, 2 USB ports (my Playstation 3 controllers simply work... no "drivers" necessary!), the second battery, and ... surprise! a physical keyboard and touch pad!
Pros: * Responsive and snappy, especially after 3.1 upgrade.
Cons: * Like others, I am experiencing a little backlight bleed on my device. Other popular tablet devices (including that ... other one) also have this issue. There are various fixes for this; your mileage may vary.
Summary: Bought this as gift for my husband (who hates and usually refuses to use computers). It sounded right for him, so I thought it was worth a try. He uses this regularly and is enjoying it immensely.
Summary: I saw 4 negative reviews on this tablet... all from "NA" which actually are 2 reviews the same guy double posted. So one guy double posted 2 bad reviews... why? I have to wonder if we're seeing competitors try to muddy the waters here.
Pros: Excellent screen quality, very fast, newest updates from Asus provide a very smooth user experience. When used with the docking station I'm actually getting the advertised battery life... 16+ hours...