Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101
Showing 211-220 of 500
Happy with this tablet
Jennifer M. Merrill "biznatjenn", Amazon
22 February 2012
Summary: I purchased this from Best Buy just 3 days ago, and so far I like it a lot. I do have an issue with the touch screen keyboard keepin up with me, I suppose that problem could beresolved with a docking keyboard. The processor is fast, an I love the large screen. I purhased this based on the salespersons recommendation. As you can tell with my several typos that the touchscreen keyboard can be obnoxious.
Summary: Purchased through Directron and their CS could not have been better. This is a very good tablet. Fast and does everything I need it to do. One of the biggest flaws there are is that the speakers balance is off. The right speaker is much louder than the left. I thought mine might be defective, so i sent it in for a exchange. Some thing on the 2nd one i received. I did some Google searching and found this to be a design flaw and MANY if not everyone's is like this.
Summary: I had been debatng which tablet would best suit my needs as a undergrad student at a technology school. After seeing and playing with all the tablets on the market I decided on this one, and boy was it the right choice. It is fast, up to date, smart, connected, I could go on. I also purchased the docking station to go with it to make taking notes easier, and it seriously turns this thing into a little net book.
good product but used auction price is over priced, some new ones as well
21 February 2012
Summary: I believe it is a good product, but I do not understand why people bid higher for a used product then what it would cost them for a new one. With a little research you can get the tablet for as low as 299.00 and possibly less new and or refurbished, and a keyboard for 80.00 or less.
Summary: I love this thing! Although, got to say that I wasn't too into it when I first purchased it...wasn't too comfortable with the android platform. After reading a few 'how to' posts online though this has become one of my main devices. Got a micro HDMI cable and hooked up the Transformer to my flat screen TV. It streams Netflix fairly well. (For those who complained about finger prints left on the screen, just purchase a screen protector.
Unless you are a stickler for the OS, Why purchase something else?
18 February 2012
Summary: The Transformer is great tablet. It does about 85% of the tasks that I can do on my full sized notebook. The unit appears to be sturdy and well built. Even though there are some obvious differences between the Asus Transformer and another tablet (perhaps an iPad2) fundamentally the OS, the unit performance visually equal. Once you get used to the Android platform, I can't say one unit is better than the other.
Summary: Bought the Transformer and keyboard last June. Now both items will not charge. I have bought many many electronic products and have never had problems except with this one. It is hard to believe that Asus is making such an expensive junk. The one year warranty will do nothing. A lot reviews have revealed that sending product to Asus service center does not really get the product repaired. You just waste the your own money on shipping cost.
Summary: The product delivery was fast. The bad thing was, the courrier leaved the package in my front porche they didn't ask for signature. I say so becuase I lost multiple package someone stole it. The good thing I have my tablet now. Anyway, I love the product: 1). It's easy to operate self explanatory. 2). It's fast, battery life is very excellent, internet connection's great, the apps are great, I may say better than my I phone apps,.
Summary: I was very heppy with this product, at least until I needed to contact ASUS customer support. I have the TF101 tablet purchased in July of 2011, and the docking station/keyboard purchased in October of 2011. The tablet has been fine, but the docking station has had issues. The first one that I received was DOA, so I returned it to Amazon. The second was fine for three months, but then developed a problem where several of the keys have become intermittent.
Summary: I have had the transformer eee pad for over a week now and I love it! As you can see it is cheaper then an ipad with all the functions more power and of course the android market. I do now have the keyboard but I honestly find it just as easy, if not easier then a regular keyboard . The best thing about it for a college kid the fact that it's got an awesome word program (Polaris Office), that puts it right into Microsoft .doc format.