Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101
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Bit buggy, but still really pleased after several months
23 November 2011
Summary: It's been really difficult for me to give this just 4 stars, becaue I do really love this tablet. I bought the Asus Transformer as I wanted an alternative to Apple's iPad. I have an HTC Desire which uns on Android and I use Google Mail, Google Calendar and Google Tasks to basically organise my life, so it seemed like a no-brainer to get a tablet that was built on a Google Operating System.
Fantastic Device - but 14 months on it just overheated and died...
chuangtzu "chuangtzu", Amazon
18 November 2011
Summary: I am not adding a full review of the device as there are many and to be honest - it is an excellent device. --Minor Negatives - The mic recording on video is rubbish - not good enough to make good films. --The speaker is a bit quiet - works very well through headphones --The squeaky corner is a definite cheapp feature - but I've got used to it.
Summary: I do a lot of work at the computer, I work from home and then I run a website in my spare time writing reviews. I hate being at the computer I've worked at all day during the evening so I used to use the laptop for y review writing and when I bought the Transformer I had it in my mind that it just might help out a little with that, especially with the additional keyboard.
Summary: Asus Eee Pad Transformer 32GB + Keyboard Dock Introduction: Firstly there are many good reviews of this device and I recommend the MobileTechReview which you can watch on YouTube. When reviewing tablets, it is hard to do so without separating hardware from the operating system in this case Android Honeycomb. But I will try to point out the advantages of the hardware and say something about how the performance is influenced by the OS.
Summary: This is my second tablet pc, my first was the Archos 101, which was good for the price but did not live up to my expectations of a tablet, so i got rid of it and got the Asus, which was probably one of the best choices i have made in my life!! it does more than i could ever thought a tablet would do, graphics and speed are amazing (speed thanks to its 1GB RAM) and really impressed with it, performance matches that of the ipad 2 if not a little bit faster.
Pros: IPS screen, 2 camera's, 1GB RAM, honeycomb and speed
Summary: My transformer arrived this morning, very very impressed so far. I don't have an aerial so i'm watching tvcatchup on my hd tv via the transformer and a mini hdmi cable, ive chucked a couple of films on a memory card to watch and i'm playing a snes emulator on a full screen hd tv to name but a few first day antics. If you are planning to get one, i'd advise you to check out some transformer forums for hints/tips/app and user guides. They've helped me quite a lot so far.
Summary: I know everyone seems to think the eeepad is the best thing since sliced bread - so have I been unlucky? To start it was a revelation. The battery just went on and on. But, after 2 weeks, suddenly it started to turn itself off (I had been charging it before anyone states the obvious) and wouldn't come on again.
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: Let me start by saying that I am not indeed an Apple fanboy! I have an Android phone and I love it & all it can do. And herein lies the problem with the eee Pad. Yes the screen is bright and clear (just watch out for notorious backlight bleeds), yes the unit itself is well constructed and nice to hold. The problem lies with Honeycomb. I was running 3.2 and it was glitchy to the point of distraction. My HTC Desire running Android 2.2 is more fluid & stable.