Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101
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29 July 2011
Summary: Everyone that sees my tablet is impressed by it, whether it's the keyboard dock, the ips screen, or the smoothness of movies or video games. It's an eye catcher. I use it at work to remote into my desktop while in meetings. I use it at home to control my TV.
Summary: The ASUS TF101 is advertized as a tablet that has laptop capability. It has two USB ports that worked well and the screen was good as was the camera function. The HDMI connectivity was not functional and the "support" from ASUS was horrible, so that feature of the tablet, i.e.
Summary: I've been buying ASUS for over 10 years, mainly mother boards and notebooks, for myself and clients. I currently have ASUS mother board, 1 asus netbook, 2 asus notebooks, 2x27" asus displays, and a broken tablet (with keyboard).
Pros: It kind of works.
Cons: While the tablet still works, the screen is covered in green and pink pixels buzzing on... It has only been a 6 weeks!!!
Excerpt: Many reviews out there seem to (unfairly) place the ASUS Transformer in the category of a budget tablet. However, after trying out other tablets including several Honeycomb tablets, the Playbook, the TouchPad, and the iPad, it is my opinion that this tablet meets and exceeds the performance achieved...
Pros: Fantastic device. Good power consumption. Just works. Using WYSE pocket cloud pro able to remote into desktop systems fine. Browsing and reading are good on the system also. The book library application could use some work to make it easier to move things around. It looks good and performs very w...
Cons: Minor: The book library application could use some work to make it easier to move things around. Minor: The power cord could be longer. No real negatives.
Summary: I took the Transformer with me on a 2 week vacation and left my Windows laptop at home. I never missed the laptop.
Pros: Beautiful device with excellent screen (brightness and res), very solid feel, and gorgeous textured back. I use it most often with the docking station, and in that configuration it looks and works like a laptop. I love that the docking station USB port supports mice, as I have a hard time hitting...
Cons: Documentation?? I'd prefer to have an unlock button that performs the opposite function of the screen lock button rather than pushing and holding the power button. I've found that when traveling and moving from one wifi network to another at different places and without powering off/on, the table...
Summary: The only real problem associated with the tablet is the lack of apps. That's an android problem and not a TF101 problem though. In time I'm sure it will catch up. Seriously though, outside of that, this thing has been amazing.
Pros: Everything works great on it. I actually installed a custom ROM so it would be rooted and I could remove some of the stock bloatware. Even before that though it ran incredibly smooth. The screen looks amazing. Its incredibly responsive to touch, and super easy to use. Especially if you are famili...
Cons: The plastic backing has the potential to be scratched somewhat easy. Its not too bad, but be careful putting it on hard surfaces (like cement, etc). The keyboard dock is great, but don't think you are getting a full sized keyboard. It is a bit smaller so your fingers are slightly squished togethe...
Summary: I love asus. I have a laptop, video card, and monitors from them. Everytime there is any issue with a product they fix it. Knowing this I read other reviews about a speaker being dull on one side and other things like that.