Summary: The first tablet I got, the screen was loose in the shell and the screen flickered slightly, plus the keyboard would loose communication with the tablet itself. The second tablet I got was not loose, but it had the screen flicker problem and the disconnect between keyboard and tablet.
Summary: I was skeptical about spending what I payed for this but when it arrived and I unboxed it, its the fastest tablet Ive ever used and the display is better than a retna display! theres not a whole lot of installed apps (thanx asus) but the ones supplied with it work well. I gave this 5 stars because the thing just rocks. Im not sure if people are reviewing an older model but the keyboard dock is solid, doesnt make the screen flicker and it has a full size usb port.
Versatile and lightweight tablet - crystal clear image
Chantal Raiche, Amazon
4 weeks ago
Summary: What an amazing tablet. I bought mine through the recommendation of a friend who owns one. The newer (and faster) TF701T functions with Jellybean 4.2 (Android) . The clarity of images on this screen are impeccably clear and rich in colour. It's also lightweight and easy to carry, fun for travelling or to carry easily during the day/weekends.
Many reviewers around the Internet have loved this machine and found this connection problem to be ...
Renee Aubuchon "reneesarah", Amazon
23 November 2014
Summary: Other reviews have covered tech and specs, this review is how it feels to use this transformer in November of 2014. There has been, by history, a problem with how the tablet attaches to the keyboard. Many reviewers around the Internet have loved this machine and found this connection problem to be the most notable flaw. The machine I got was manufactured in March of 2014 and I am thinking they have done some correcting work on this problem or I just got lucky.
It's a great tablet. Won't automatically upgrade to Android 5 (Lollipop)
Matt Dukes, Amazon
19 November 2014
Summary: It's a great tablet. Won't automatically upgrade to Android 5 (Lollipop). Can't use another onscreen keyboard if you want to use the hardware keyboard (you can switch, but it's a pain). I still use it every other day. Good stuff.
Terrible customer care and battery drawn faster than recharging
Tobia Donati, Amazon
13 November 2014
Summary: I'm really disappointed with Asus customer care, my keyboard dock doesn't charge at all and I have then contacted Asus support. They replied that my product has a local warranty that doesn't cover my issue because I'm out of the US (I live in Netherland) and they replied that if I want to have it fixed I have to pay 75euro for the quotation and the cost of the fixing. It is a pity because I liked the tablet a lot and the techniocal specifications made me choose it.