Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101
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Transformer, Tablet in Disguise
Noor A Jahangir "Author of the Changeling King", Amazon
25 September 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: 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...
Bit buggy, but still really pleased after several months
25 September 2011
Summary: It's been really difficult for me to give this just 4 stars, becaue I do really love this tablet. I bought the Asus Transformer as I wanted an alternative to Apple's iPad. I have an HTC Desire which uns on Android and I use Google Mail, Google Calendar and Google Tasks to basically organise my life,...
Summary: I did a lot of research before I bought this and I haven't been disappointed. I don't have a smart phone or a laptop and wanted to have something that will browse the internet, send emails and view photos. This does it all very well especially with the keyboard which makes typing a whole lot easier.
Summary: I've had my transformer for over a week now and am impressed by the ease of use, the portability and the build quality. As you'd expect from a tablet, the touchscreen interface is intuitive and responsive.
Summary: Had my TF101 about 2 weeks now, and I'm still pretty pleased with it. It's responsive and fast, and ASUS are keeping up to date with the latest Android releases - there's a slight delay due to the modifications they have to make to the firmware, but that's understandable.
Summary: I originally planned on getting myself an ipad, but after reading reviews and giving real thought to what it is i wanted out of my tablet, i decided to have another look around, eventually settling on the asus eee pad.
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: There's no point going over all the techie stuff yet again; others have already done that better than I could, so here's my views in a non-techie style:- 1. It's lovely to use... I've never used Android OS before but is is really intuitive & simple to grasp 2.