Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101
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Battery life is exceptional and runs everything like a champ.
3 June 2012
Summary: At $250 refurbished, this tablet was well worth the money. It upgrades to Ice Cream Sandwich (android 4.0.x) and it runs super smooth. I've tried hundreds of apps on it already and it still runs like a champ. It's not the best tablet out there in terms of power, but it is definitely sufficient for what it runs. Apps run smoothly, as long as they are compatible and aren't buggy themselves.
Summary: Ok, so I had been doing some research as to which tablet was my next conquest so to speak. I've acquired and sold/returned several since my first. I've had the Toshiba Thrive, the Acer Iconia Tab A500, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1,one of the generic tablets from china ( US Seller though)and a couple of 7" tablets like the Pan-digital, Nova and Planet. I got my 4 year-old son one of those Polaroid 7" ICS tablets and he loves it.
Summary: I bought this product because I did not want to spend around $500 for a 'New iPad'. I wanted a tablet that could provide the same or better outcome as Apple's tablet. I must say, I had my doubts at first, but now I think this has been one of my smartest buys ever.This tablet will fulfill your needs, whether you're a student, tech-lover, businessman, anything, the ASUS TF101 will get things done! I'm lucky that mine already came with Android ICS OS.
Summary: Web browsing is very fast, the high resolution display is big and convenient. Many applications are available. Solidly built with quality materials and good Asus after sales and online support.
Summary: This is a spectacular tablet, my kids love it for the dual cameras and ease of use. We also own a first generation IPAD and we like this one better, even if it didn't have cameras. We are much more comfortable with an ANDROID OS than APPLE since you pretty much have to get APPLE equipment to use the APPLE bluetooth to stream video to a TV (APPLE TV for example). If you have APPLE gear already, stick with APPLE, if not, go this route or a SAMSUNG tablet.
Summary: Great tablet for the price. I was looking to buy an iPad. The limited storage and very expensive adapters was a deal breaker for me. The keyboard dock is the perfect item that gives you many options. I have more flexibility and options for easily half the price of a iPad.
Probably the best tablet on the market for affordability vs. performance and support
Jason V, Amazon
5 April 2012
Summary: I've decided that in tablets, you need a well-known brand to be sure you get updates. It updated to Android 3.2 as soon as I took it out of the box and put it on my network, and upgraded to 4.0 recently. It performs well, the screen looks good, the available dock is GREAT, and the battery lasts ages. That good battery makes it a little on the heavy side, so your arm may get a bit tired if you use it for a while without resting it on a table or your lap part of the time.