Reviews and Problems with Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101
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Asus Eee Pad Transformer
Shuyi, REVIEW STREAM
5 days ago
Excerpt: Asus just flialed their latest tablet into the android market and it has the latest Android OS for the least price! At around $400, who knew that I could possibly own an Android Honeycomb tablet? Well, it certainly came as a shock to me but I was very happy nonetheless. Asus Eee Pad Transformer (a really weird name if you ask me) is 10.7 inches long and is one of the largest android tablets that I own.
Summary: I have one. I don't know WHY they discontinued this. Every tablet out there needs a keyboard and this is the only one that hides it away when you don't need it. And you don't have to carry around a detachable keyboard like on the one that they didn't discontinue. Makes NO sense. You can still buy them new for around $400 bucks.
bottom line is whether its the tf101, tf301 or the tf701 you can't go wrong
30 April 2014
Summary: This is an awesome tablet. perfect for anything you want to do. I wanted a tf301 but I settled for the tf101 and I couldn't be happier. for 86.99 I couldn't go wrong this tablet works for anything you could possibly want to do pluys I love the big screen.
Summary: I have had this tablet for years and really love it. I personally like the display and ease of since I own a smart phone with same OS. This said I can have same apps on my phone as well as on tablet. I can sync my documents ore e-books easily and no hassle to do so.
Summary: This a brand new unit, well packaged, Yes it was manufactured some time ago. There not even one scratch or finger print on it. WiFi setup was easy and it automatically went into Android updated to the latest one. Other applications were also auto updated from Google.
Summary: I bought this tablet for my boyfriends' 50th birthday. He's not a computer geek by any means, after all he's 50. However, this tablet is pretty much user friendly for just about anyone. He uses this tablet like he has owned one all his life (you KNOW he hasn't). The 10.1" screen is the perfect size although he still has to wear his glasses. I think I use the tablet more than he does. I want one for myself.