Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101
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4 July 2011
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.
Excerpt: For a while now, I’ve been toying with the idea of getting a Google Chromebook – just for something to play (and write) with on the train. But much to my annoyance, Samsung pushed back the release date of the 3g version until the 1st of August. Which was just rude.
Pros: long battery life, keyboard and touchscreen, fast, intuitive, android, quick buttons
Summary: Well, I took the plunge, ignored all the voices in my head saying "sure it's all very well being different, but how can a squillion sales be wrong' - just like Microsoft, right?! and so I bought the Asus Eee Pad Transformer with keyboard.
Summary: Before we get to the device, let me give Amazon some credit. They shipped my device (ordered in April) via UPS, so I got it real quick. As a bonus, ASUS got Android 3.1 ready in time when I unpacked the device, so that was a very pleasant surprise. Well done.
Summary: Originally I rated this a 4star, but all my Android Honeycomb niggles have been sorted out in the latest Honeycomb 3.2 release for the Asus Transformer. This product is now easily a 5star product, and knocks the socks off anything Apple can make.
Summary: I have to confess that I couldn't wait for Amazon stock so I got this early from Comet. I have waited a long time for a decent tablet that wasn't as restricted as the more popular brands and this most definitely is it.
Summary: I have been absolutely delighted with my EEE pad. Decided not to wait any longer for Amazon and bought one from Comet, with the keyboard/charger dock. For the record I am pretty computer literate but by no means a geek, and unbelievably you might think have never used a touch screen before even on a...
Summary: Asus EeePad Transformer TF101 10.1 inch Tablet PC (nVidia Tegra2 1GHz, 1Gb, 16Gb eMMC, WLAN, BT 3.0, Android 3.0) Very pleased with my purchase....as i already own a laptop and particularly wanted a tablet opted for the no key board version.
Summary: The tablet build quality and specs are top notch. Only downside is that the OS is still not 100% and can be laggy. This will get fixed but at the moment the experience isnt as slick as the ipad2. oh, my first tablet did brick - gpu failure as screen went green! comet replaced the tablet immediately.
Summary: Got the transformer for my birthday with the dock, writing this review with the on screen keypad still getting use to it. Honeycomb is nice, smooth and very easy to use. I had a choice this or the ipad2 I preffered the transformer as it has hdmi out sd card reader on the tablet and two usb 2.0 ports...