Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101
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Who needs an iPad?
Old Hendo, Amazon
25 September 2011
Summary: I chose this because I don't like the Apple approach, and the fact that everyone goes on about how wonderful their products are. (the rebel in me?) Even though there is no doubt they make excellent products I have always thought they were rather expensive, and I have been waiting for a viable...
Summary: I purchased the Asus EeePad Transformer for two reasons. Firstly it is far more comfortable and easily held than a laptop for armchair browsing and secondly when we travel we need to keep in touch with our e-mails for business reasons.
Summary: I had a long play with one of these in PC World and I've decided on getting it. I have to disagree with CNET's review with it says it cant handle hi def video. I tested some youtube 1080p on the store's wifi network and it played fine.
Pros: Display, keyboard, battery life, alot better than an Ipad.
Summary: Honeycomb updates come in quickly. The keyboard is a joy to use, esp. when using vnc to access your home pc. I like Polaris office, but I still prefer to use the virtual desktop to access MS office 2010. Over- and underclocking is dead easy due to the unlocked core.
Pros: Battery, speed, games, microSD and other ports. KEYBOARD
Summary: I love this product! It really is an innovative product. The keyboard has really come in handy on a number of occasions so has the battery within the keyboard. The available connectivity is also handy.
Summary: I have an iPad (Paid for by work) but when i got the eee pad there was a clear differnce in quality and performance. The apple product is pretty naff and more suited to a novice. The eee pad is much faster, especially after the last update.
Pros: Its not an ipad, battery life is bonkers way better than the iPad
Cons: slightly heavy, keyboard isnt as good as HTC keyboards
Summary: The Asus Transformer is proving to be everything I was looking for. Fast browsing, easy to use, and overall fast. Battery life is excellent, but when you add the docking station, it is outstanding. The only issues are minor, and surround the fact it is new technology. The apps will be developed.
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.
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...