Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101
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value for the price
28 June 2011
Summary: This is one of the best andriod based tablet for the price of 400$ with an SD card and Mini-HDMI adapter. you can't beat the price/value proportion. And the screen is IPS same as Ipad and it shows -- the brightness and viewing angles were amazing.
Summary: I am not the techy type but I do love this little computer. The idea that it could work as a pad and a laptop made perfect sense to me. My only negative is I wish it ran on a windows platform. Other than that I think its great
Summary: I bought this tablet for my mom and she liked the convenience of not having to boot up a slow family computer at home for all her uses. I've now played with her tablet for two weeks and glad I got this tablet for her as it does all it promised.
Summary: Make sure to buy a 32gb micro sd card atleast. I would actually buy two cause the keyboard has another sd card slot. Or you can always get a small external hard drive.
Pros: This was my first tablet purchase and I am very pleased ... I needed something with power but not to bulky (going backpacking across europe) ... then If I need anything else I purchased the docking station also, adding the look and feel of a laptop plus the ability to hook up my 1tb hard drive fo...
Cons: Didnt come with skype pre loaded, and the market place could ofc have a section dedicated to tablets. Still think the keyboard was slightly pricey but it was surprisingly sturdy and in the end worth the price.
Summary: I really think Asus Eee Pad Transformer has the best performance and value for a tablet... I think it's much better than all the android tablets out there right now... even the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. It's really fast and it's highly customizable.
Pros: 1) Really fast... 2) Best Value... 3) highly customizable 4) really nice design 5) with an optional dock, it can transform into a netbook 6) Best overall tablet that I ever used...
Cons: 1) known for light bleed 2) poor QC from Asus 3) random reboot after Android 3.1 update 4) Honeycomb has some annoying bugs..
Summary: Honeycomb 3.1 update fixed Youtube video stuttering at full screen. Now youtube plays super smooth. Keyboard dock compliments the transformer really well. Very easy to dock and undock from the keyboard. Able to charge the tablet while docked is really convenient.
Pros: Beautiful screen as others have said. Great touch response and I just love the color and the back textured surface. Overall the design makes the tablet look very elegant. Fast processing power making switching apps really smooth. The price is what this tablet is all about.
Cons: Still few bugs that causes the device to crash.
Summary: very good operation system (Android 3.1), fast processor and fast touch screen. Easy to customize your desktop. A lot of excellent free apps. Easy for you to capture, view, and edit HD video and pictures. Camera is much better than ipad2's.
Excerpt: Asus just flialed their latest tablet into the android market and it has the latest Android OS for the least price! At around $400, who knew that I could possibly own an Android Honeycomb tablet? Well, it certainly came as a shock to me but I was very happy …
Summary: Overall I am happy. Mine had some build quality issues like alot of them. Light bleed and creaking I could live with. When the left speaker died I had to RMA it. I am missing it a lot while I wait for another. I use mine primarily with the docking station in the car as a mobile tool to do my job.
Pros: AWESOME specs! Name Brand Docking station available (This is a game changer!) First reasonably priced tablet.
Cons: Build quality started out a little iffy. Not as big a name brand as others. Accessories are very slow to roll out. Cutting edge software. There are gona be bugs.