Summary: Having spent ages reviewing various tablets and visiting various shops to try them out, I bought the Asus Eee Pad Transformer with the optional keyboard. As someone pushing fifty so not really all that technical I've found the entire experience really rather good. Its simple to set up, Flash allows access to sites with video, an area that put Me off the iPad that and the Salesman trying to sell it to Me based on an app that shows the stars at night, I thought that a...
Pros: Netbook/Tablet Choice, Huge Battery Life, Simple To Use & Very Productive In Daily Use
Summary: The Asus Eee Pad Transformer is one of several Android tablets that are available on the market currently. It was released in the UK in June of this year and I bought mine about 4 weeks ago. I wanted to purchase a tablet as part of my grand plan of what I see as the ideal range of technology devices, a PC , Tablet and Smartphone and as my laptop is slowly ground to a halt, I decided it was time to make the purchase.
Summary: I had a long play with one of these in PC World and I've decided on getting it. I have to disagree with CNET's review with it says it cant handle hi def video. I tested some youtube 1080p on the store's wifi network and it played fine. One particular wildlife video I watched was a little juddery but I think that was down to the connection.
Pros: Display, keyboard, battery life, alot better than an Ipad.