Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101
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Sound quality 10
Battery performance 10
Build quality 10
Love my transformer
xcmikeyd08, Phone Arena
30 June 2011
Excerpt: The transformer is hands down the best tablet out there. I use it for class (netbooking) and typing notes, then when I want to impress my friends I pop the screen right off and let them play with it (drooling). First of all the brown/diamondy pattern is beautiful, better looking than any tablet out.
Summary: This is one of the best andriod based tablet for the price of 400$ with an SD card and Mini-HDMI adapter. you can't beat the price/value proportion. And the screen is IPS same as Ipad and it shows -- the brightness and viewing angles were amazing.
Summary: I am not the techy type but I do love this little computer. The idea that it could work as a pad and a laptop made perfect sense to me. My only negative is I wish it ran on a windows platform. Other than that I think its great
Summary: very good operation system (Android 3.1), fast processor and fast touch screen. Easy to customize your desktop. A lot of excellent free apps. Easy for you to capture, view, and edit HD video and pictures. Camera is much better than ipad2's.
Summary: I recently purchased this device about two weeks ago, and brought it with me on vacation. It was amazing to take on the plane and playing games/watching videos/reading comics on it made the flight pass by so quickly!
Summary: This is the best Android tablet out there, especially if you factor in the price. Pro: $400, Amazing display, great hardware, dock able, decent battery life, Honeycomb OS (which is great) and microSD (not on Galaxy Tab).
Summary: Overall, I'm quite satisfied with my ASUS Transformer. The size and weight, speed & system resources, price, screen, design - all great. But like other reviewers I have serious doubts in ASUS' quality control.
Summary: I've found this to be a great device. Key good points are: - Long battery life - Smooth operation - Excellent screen - Plays Flash - Timely upgrade to Android 3.1 Negatives are: - Browser crashes occasionally - Slow when using Flash - Not many Honeycomb specific apps - Left speaker is far quieter...
Summary: If I wrote a long review for this awesome tablet you would think I work for the company for sure so let me just say this: I own an iPad, and I've had all four versions of the iPhone, so I'm an Apple fanboy, and yet, I am so glad that when I was ready to buy the new iPad2 they were out of the 16GB...