Pay to perform Integration Testing / QA for ASUS & Microsoft
15 December 2013
Summary: Out of the box it worked just fine. Resolved a number of issues I'd had with an older model Droid tablet. For the first 10 days or so, it was great. I was very happy with it. Then the Auto Updates kicked in and ruined EVERYTHING. First it was ASUSLive (or something like that).. then it was just basic Microsoft Auto Updates. * wireless adapter went south. (device & driver were fine.. but OS wouldn't hook into it..
Summary: I expected to love this tablet since I have an Asus Transformer Prime but this tablet is not as durable. First off it already came with one scratch on the screen fresh out of the box. I purchased the matching Asus keyboard and cover that goes with this tablet and it has put another scratch on the screen the first time I hooked it up.. They are deep scratches as well and I am gentle with my things.
Summary: I have only had this tablet for 2 months and I have had to "refresh" it 3 times. Every time you "refresh" it you lose all pics, programs (like microsoft office) and apps you have installed. There is a "refresh lite" that does not remove apps purchased form the microsoft store, but "refresh lite" has never fixed my problems. So now I have to learn how to use the ASUS webstorage feature (which is free ...
Summary: The screen is bright and sharp. That's the high point of this review. The tablet is also slim and doesn't weigh much. The touch screen is very unresponsive and that makes the tablet a pain to use. Asus makes the Google Nexus 7 touch screen and it is very responsive, so go figure. Battery life seems to be good, but I didn't give it a complete test because I didn't want to use the tablet for an extended period of time.
Summary: had to return tablet on 5th day did a software update system rebooted after no Bluetooth connection to keyboard and no wifi connection to internet called square trade and was told to call seller as it was less than 30 days was when I called amazon told to return unit for full refund as others were having same problems now I have keyboard, pen and eeekit bundle but no tablet
Summary: I was really looking forward to this Asus ME400C-C2 Windows 8 tablet. It arrived quickly and was nicely packaged. It is a very attractive tablet, slightly bigger than an iPad but lighter in weight than the iPad. Unfortunately it turned out to be disappointing on a number of levels: -the touch screen did not always respond whether using one's finger or a stylus, or the response was delayed -when it was doing updates you frequently had no idea if it was working or not,...
Summary: When I first got this unit on July 23rd, I thought it was going to be a great little full speed Windows 8 unit, and in fact my original review was marvelous. Had some minor issue getting Windows Update to actually work, but after downloading and installing the ASUS updates and a few misplaced reboots, it loaded all of the updates (a considerable amount) without incident.
Summary: I bought one of these two weeks ago from Amazon, with the dock and sleeve. I returned it early this week as defective (it was.) Certain parts of the screen were sensitive, and touching there cause it to hard shut down in a flash (no saves). Setting it, even very lightly, on a hard surface also caused it to hard crash. Turning it upside down did the same thing.