Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101
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Asus eePad Transformer
K. Sellers, Amazon
28 August 2011
Summary: Great product and it was shipped quickly. Does exactly what I want and more. Now I can read my books and watch shows whenever I'm out. Also does great at capturing video and pictures! I'm not a Apple fan so I was glad to find such a great pad for the Android platform! I also love the 10in size.
Summary: Something must have been wrong with the one I had or they all just suck. Either way, I won't be buying that brand again. It just loved to reboot especially when I was in the middle of something.
Summary: This a brand new unit, well packaged, Yes it was manufactured some time ago. There not even one scratch or finger print on it. WiFi setup was easy and it automatically went into Android updated to the latest one. Other applications were also auto updated from Google. Max
Summary: I have long been suspicious of the tablet form factor. Coming from fairly advanced PC usage, I have long built and customized my own PC's, and I would say I enjoy every bit of processing muscle my custom desktop can offer.
Summary: I have a ton of ASUS stuff at home: motherboards, video cards, and more. Their support is usually passable, but for this product they are being perticularly unresponsive.
Pros: The specs speak for themselves. This has ursurped all of my non-content-generating/non-gaming computer activity. its great for browsing, chatting, and more. your not going to want to write war-and-peace on the onscreen keyboard.
Cons: This won't effect alot of folks, but there is no Dvorak layout for the mobile docking keyboard. Personally this renders the keyboard useless for me. The built in speaker kinda suck. With clearly limited space the speakers are tiny, underpowered, and misbalanced. The right speaker is louder than t...
Summary: Normally I'd leave a very detailed review, but I've had this thing for 2 weeks and don't feel like writing a whole lot. I had to do a manual update to Android 3.1; that was the only drawback -- I expected it to happen automatically, but it didn't.
Summary: This is the best Android tablet out there, especially if you factor in the price. Pro: $400, Amazing display, great hardware, dock able, decent battery life, Honeycomb OS (which is great) and microSD (not on Galaxy Tab).