Summary: Purchased it in June of 2014. Only used it a few times a week. On September 6 it stopped working. Wouldn't even come on. I sent it back for repair under warranty. It was returned on October 10. It was obvious they had sent a different unit back. The one returned didn't work either. Sent it back immediately. It is the end of October and I still have no computer.
Summary: -The tablet generally took a long time to respond to touch. -I couldn't install some apps, as it would just freeze or remain unresponsive. -There's no pressure sensitivity on the pen. -Now, after trying to install a windows update, it failed, and my tablet is stuck in a endless loop trying to revert the changes, so I now have a $400 brick.
Summary: This is my second try with the TF810c. The first one worked great for about 6 months then died. I bought another one and it didn't respond well from the beginning but after updates and Windows 8.1 it seemed to be ok but the touch screen would not respond from time to time. It has stopped working completely now. When I press the start button I get the vibration then nothing but a black screen.
One let down after another, mostly due to Windows 8
Benjamin J. Coleman, Amazon
2 August 2014
Summary: Wicked low price for an amazingly powerful Windows 8 tablet, however, you'd better be a "techie" if you're going to buy this. I spent three days troubleshooting. Find the 3-star review below for details on how to configure it. Once you're done you've got an amazing little tablet! Update: The tablet wouldn't work on my office's wifi. Microsoft demands that my office change their router - not going to happen.