Noor A Jahangir "Author of the Changeling King", Amazon
22 July 2011
Summary: My family and friends will know that I've been drooling over the range of android 3.0 tablets that have been coming out the past few months, especially the Asus Transformer, which has a neat party trick of turning from a slick tablet device into a netbook by docking directly into a keyboard base...
Summary: This is a great device. Everything has been just as good as I hoped and expected. Bought the pad without the keyboard and really haven't felt a need to buy it. This is just a great device for web surfing and simple things as video playback. Wouldn't count on it as the only pc for the household thou.
Summary: A beautiful little machine that could lead the way into hybrid computing. I've had the Asus for about two months now and I am completely hooked. The combination of touchscreen and multitouch trackpad works wonderfully and I'm already reaching out to touch the screen every time I use another latop.
Summary: I initially downgraded by 1 star due to the short cable. After several weeks of constant use I think I would rate down by just 0.1 star if that were possible. I bought a tablet because I may travel for 6 hours each way on a train and I may need to work or just use the tablet for entertainment to...
Summary: Well, maybe that's overstating things. It can't slide up bannisters or pull standard lamps out of carpet bags, but it's an impressive piece of technology for a fair bit less than its Apple-y counterpart.
Summary: I have had my eee pad Transformer now for 3 weeks. Even now I am discovering new things it can do. I have never had an iPad but at least one iPad owner has looked at my Transformer with some envy. But I get ahead of myself.
Summary: I've been using the tablet and keyboard for a couple of weeks now and my experience so far has been excellent. The screen is clear and sharp and the touch navigation works very well. It's a pleasure to use the Honeycomb 3.1 operating system.
Summary: We had an Acer ultra-portable laptop mainly for watching movies on planes and on holiday apartment TVs. It was 13.3" but we found it too big and awkward on planes (particularly with Ryanair type space) so we decided to sell it and get a tablet for the same purpose.