Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101
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Asus eee pad transformer my best companion.
3 January 2012
Summary: The Asus eee pad transformer is now my new companion, I go with it every where, easy to use and fast. The programme that came with it are superb, since I bought it have not been able to use my computer because it can easily perform all the function on the laptop and perform more functions.
Summary: Because of the success of Apple in the touchpad market, everybody is trying to compare a tablet with iPad 2 (the most recent model when this review is written). Well, the details can be found online easily, and you will see this tablet has better hardware capability than an iPad 2 regarding a larger screen, higher screen resolution, better memory size, micro HDMI slot and micro SD slot.
Summary: I have owned the Asus transformer for several months now, and it is clearly one of the best tablet computers available today. It's fast, light and very capable, just a very well designed piece. I find the keyboard/battery dock is so well designed and adds a LOT of benefits to the tablet. Asus has committed to making sure Android 4 (ICS) is placed on the tablet within a few weeks, and so will be using a operating system finally made just for a tablet such as this.
Summary: Great tablet. Besides running on the flexible Android system (compared to the strict Apple OS), this tablet has a long battery life (8hrs, or 16hrs with dock), responsive touchscreen compared to other tablets, the ability to use it as a netbook (with dock) and very stylish back.
Summary: At first this tablet was the most amazing thing I had ever owned, but as the college semester continued, I realize that the size and battery life are the best I could ever ask for but the software and honeycomb OS make things just a little more complicated. You have to re-route the way you've always done things so that it will be compatible with android. Alot of programs out there for download are only for Mac, Windows, and Linux, not honeycomb...
Summary: Okay, one more "tablet" in the market. If you think only about tablet, it is quite equal to the Xoom, except the button on/off that is better on the Transformer. When you take the keyboard together, it is truly amazing, doubles battery capacity and also gives an extra set of doors, wich is highly recommended! It costs almost the same as that MOTOROLA Xoom, but between the two, I get the Transformer because the Asus applications.
The BEST Android Tablet ... biggest iPad Challenger
aercy18, Phone Arena
9 October 2011
Excerpt: This is the best android Tablet & can easily challenge iPad 2 with its features & capabilities. The USB ports, seamless Netbook transformation, Remote desktop app that streams PC video output to the Tablet without a hick, super textured back, metallic structure makes it a worthy winner in the Tablet PC market at the moment. Runs on Android 3.2 (automatic updates OTA).
Pros: Battery life, Design & finishing of Tablet, IPS Display, Dual-core Tegra 2 makes it awesome, Tab + Keayboard Dock = Rocking Netbook, Stock Snapstream App for Remote desktop .. superb
Cons: Low-end Front Camera, No Flash for Rear-camera, No 3G .. doesn't matter cuz I use Wi-Fi, Not too tough... don't let it fall
Summary: I've had this tablet for a couple of months now and really like it. Very nice for watching movies/shows, browsing/email, playing games. I also bought the keyboard , which is way better than the covers that people use to prop up other tablets. If you're looking to stay away from iTunes, this is the one to get. Still less than the ipad even with the keyboard , so definitely worth the $. Waiting for the TF201!