Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101
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19 August 2011
Summary: This is an excellent tablet. It appealed to me over other tablets because of the possibility to use it as a netbook with the keyboard dock and I have to say that this does work well with the added bonus of the extended battery life. The picture quality is excellent with wide viewing angles and the touchscreen feels very solid.
Summary: Until now I thought the ASUS transformer was fine, well made and functioning but then I got to push the back cover of the TAB a bit hard and now it seems the screen will never function again, its just all funny colors. I tried the HDMI output its still functioning fine, but it seems the screen will never functioning again, conclusion, the TAB, is stored in a too soft cabinet so you easily destroy the screen. Do not buy it before this is fixed.
Summary: Had my TF101 about 2 weeks now, and I'm still pretty pleased with it. It's responsive and fast, and ASUS are keeping up to date with the latest Android releases - there's a slight delay due to the modifications they have to make to the firmware, but that's understandable. The software is smooth - not as 'fluid' as iOS, for example, but far more robust and customizable.
Summary: I bought mine (from PC World at £429 including keyboard/dock) on 3rd August and I'm absolutely delighted. This is my first Android device so I didn't know what to expect but the Android OS automatically updated to 3.2 within a few minutes use. I assume that that updtae contained a fix for the typing lag mentioned in other reviews at amazon because it's simply not an issue for me.
Summary: In general, I'm pleased with this Android tablet. The response of the touchscreen is very good and accurate. I would say that it is almost (very close to) the response you get from an IPad 2. The addition of the keyboard is definately worthwhile. Not only does it make the inputting of data easier, it is easier to view and use the screen while the keyboard is on your lap. Without the keyboard, I found the weight of the screen caused my hands to ache after some time.
Summary: Behind the iPad in terms of functionality and ease-of-use but will get there - just not quite there at present. Plus Points - Looks Good - Navigation and control works pretty well - Great display Negatives -can't play the majority of movie formats if they exceed 2GB, so HD movies are a no go, which is shame as the scren and viewing angles are perfect.
Summary: I did a lot of research before I bought this and I haven't been disappointed. I don't have a smart phone or a laptop and wanted to have something that will browse the internet, send emails and view photos. This does it all very well especially with the keyboard which makes typing a whole lot easier. If you're app mad then maybe Apple is better, however there are still plenty of Android apps available. If you want something to rival the IPad 2 then this is it!
A great 'All-In-One' Andriod that's lots of fun and maybe the best out there?
27 July 2011
Summary: Looking at the numerous reviews on this item it is hard to add anything at all technically. Many of the reviews are clearly written by people with a lot of experience and expertise. If you have a high level of expertise then their reviews will be of more value to you than mine. I work on a computer in a design office environment all day every day. At home I have a desktop and a laptop.
Summary: I've had my transformer for over a week now and am impressed by the ease of use, the portability and the build quality. As you'd expect from a tablet, the touchscreen interface is intuitive and responsive. The virtual keyboard is also responsive but takes a bit of getting used to , especially if you are typing more than a few lines.
Summary: I picked up this Asus Tranformer from Comet a few days ago and I've had a hard time putting it down! :) For a long time I was searching for a laptop that would replace my ageing monster tower PC at home. I looked at the Alienware and XPS series which were great but in the end I saved money by upgrading my tower's graphics and hard disk (SSD).... ...but I digress :) I still required a mobile PC solution! So I turned my attention to the many tablets on offer.