Summary: Im sure this work well but I bought a hevely used ASUS transformer 16 G its on its last legs.... the 32 G works great but has Flash player issues... cuts down on alot of use full internet options great value if new Dont buy used !
Summary: This was my first tablet and at first I was happy with it. As far as every day use it worked well and I liked the fact that asus added several apps to make it easier to stream movies on my network write office documents and even gave a year of free webstorage. As android develps as a platform it will comtinue to become a smoother experience. The problem I did have with this particular tablet is that there are issues with the charging port and cords.
Summary: I bought this tablet in March and had no complaints other then coming to the conclusion that it will never replace my laptop. Now that I have been using it for a while I have one main complaint - while surfing the web, reading an article/shopping etc the tablet dumps me back to the home page. Sometimes I can get back to where I was, sometimes I can't. This is extremely frustrating so I find myself using my laptop more & more which defeats the reason I bought a tablet.
Summary: I am disappointed with ASUS quality. My major problem with it is the build quality. After using it for over half a year. The volume buttons have a break-down and for awhile it would go into Android boot mode if I press it a few times. They don't work as expected, and I have to navigate to the volume buttons in the main window. When getting this tablet, I would recommend that you get insurance, be careful with the buttons and check the quality of the screen.
Summary: After having this tablet for only 7 months, we are having to send it back to get fixed for the SECOND time at OUR expense. It's increasingly frustrating. The first time, it was a charger issue. It took 3+ weeks to get it back and $20 in shipping on our part. The second time (today) it won't turn on at all. We've tried everything and it doesn't do anything. I called Tech Support and while calmly expressing my frustration, was hung up on by the CSR.
Summary: Bought the tablet as a chrismtas gift for your son. He used it mainly for game playing. However, it is too heavy for him. I like the look and slim profile of TF201 and TF300 better. This is ok but not the best. Price is good though.
Summary: I've had my TF101 and keyboard dock for about 4 months. While it was running the stock Android "Honeycomb" OS, it was very good. However, problems arose once I "upgraded" to the new Android 4 operating system, a.k.a.: "Ice Cream Sandwich" (ICS). My experience is not unique or isolated. If you do some research on xda-developers.com, you'll find numerous reports of random reboots, units freezing on the ASUS splash screen, WiFi disconnects, and more.
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: I purchased the ASUS EeePad & Transformer. Within 90 days the supplied usb cable/charger stopped charging my Pad & Transformer. It took ASUS 28 days to send me another cable, and only after 15 days of trying to finagle there way out of it. By the way I'm still waiting for fedex to deliver the cable. Anytime you call tech support about anything there 1st response is reformat your harddrive.