Summary: Great tablet. Working exactly how I needed it to. I only with I had known that if you want to use it while charging, nothing else can be plugged in. Kind of a pain to plug/unplug but other then that...running great.
Summary: I'm happy with this tablet. The only downfall seems to be a delay in the response of the touch screen but tolerable for the money. I wouldn't use it daily as laptop replacement, but its great on the road for checking mail and Netflix although the speaker is weak. Bottom line pick one up if you need a tablet to have access to what you need on trips or on the road.
Summary: - the tablet worked right out of the box - setup was easy - the performance isn't the speediest, but it's fast enough for a non-power user (if you're a Power-user buy a power-tablet) - Who cares about Apps?! It's a Windows 8.1 PC, so if there isn't an App (Yelp for example) just go to webpage. I can access my Amazon Prime streaming this way. I saw some comments regarding trouble updating to Windows 8.1 and/or installing MS Office.
Summary: What a pleasant surprise to actually receive something that works dramatically better than you thought it would. I have been lusting after a Windows tablet that ran the FULL version of Windows purely for the ultimate portability. Let me say that this ME400C-C1 performs way above what I expected for the specs. I have updated all the drivers and Windows to 8.1, and it runs absolutely great. Smooth and silky touch screen, good speed.
Summary: Unit is shipped with Win 8 and has to be updated to 8.1. Before you do that you have to download over 100 updates to win 8 which takes hours and then loses wi-fi connection, but windows fixes that quickly. You then have to to use asus live update which goes pretty quick. Then you have to upgrade to Win 8.1 which takes some time. Then you have a great Tablet at a good price.
Summary: I got this at an amazing deal and don't regret it one bit! I had been holding out getting a tablet: iPads are too pricey, and Androids are in a class all their own. I'm glad to have a real WINDOWS tablet. Yes, there's a learning curve for W8, but it's just MADE for a touch-screen tablet. I love it! Thanks for the great deal!