Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101
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4 May 2012
Summary: This device is the perfect fit between a full blown laptop/pc (which I use for office apps, gaming and computationally demanding calculations) and a phone (streamline mobile access to social networks, media and books).
Pros: Dock, Integration with productivity apps via Google, Cheaper than an iPad
Summary: Please let me state, this is a beaut piece of kit and I am sure that it would have been superb to use. The 16gb version that we held and used was very nice, but my wife wanted a 32 gb version, which is what we ordered. Unfortunately what we received was the 32gb German Version. Different key layout ie QWERTZ (interesting) plus letters with umlauts over them. So , no good for this country then.
Summary: The device is fantastic and I'd never want to use a Tablet without additional keyboard dock. With Android 4.0 you can really take advantage of the homescreen widgets and I use these to manage my calender and emails with ease. If you have a fault with your device. Don't expect ASUS to be any help in repairing or replacing it. They have the worse customer service I have ever experienced.
Asus Tf101 Is A Great Tablet But Lacks Accessory Support In India
Anunay Kumar, Reviews42
11 April 2012
Excerpt: I am owning this android tablet for 6 months now and so far it has been good. The overall design is good but the build quality is not all that great but I won't say it is poor as well. At a price of 30k, it is very good tablet and that I say only because of the supplied keyboard dock.
Summary: Hi, i bought this item and was pretty happy with it...until the charger failed that is. I have tried very unsuccessfully to get asus to replace the charger up to the point that they have ignored my emails. Amazon on the other hand have been outstanding and replaced my charger, if you are thinking of buying this pad think carefully if the charger fails , and it could well do it is not easy to replace it and asus clearly think nothing of ignoring their customers . Cheers!
Summary: After a lot of research I decided oin the EEEpad. My requirements included good battery life, USB host function, GPS, External memory card and 32gb internal memory. None of the other tablets on the market seemed to meet all of these but the ASUS does. It's a really good quality piece of hardware. I also bought the keyboard dock which has its own battery and doubles the battery life to 16 hours and doesn't drain the battery like blue tooth.
Excerpt: "=== Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101 32 GB === ASUS is still gaining popularity in circles of professionals and users. The brand builds for the future through innovation and sometimes quite striking choices. New models have an Android OS. It's a tablet but with a keyboard docking station annex, with features like 16 hours battery life. It's been a while more and more exciting between Apple and Android. The choice of ASUS for Android when it comes ...
Pros: great with docking station for extra battery life
Summary: I have wanted an Android tablet for a while and read lots of reviews and did a litte hands on research - thanks to my local HMV - before deciding on the Asus Eee Pad. I had already discounted the Xoom and Galaxy Tab due to their lack of memory card slots. It came down to a choice between this and the Acer Iconia and this is where HMV came in as I could actually feel the tablets, look at their screens, etc.