I was amazed to find that ASUS no longer has them available ...
Mike R., Amazon
12 July 2014
Summary: I bought this for my Wife. She likes it, BUT we have not been able to successfully update to version 8.1 which is supposed to be an improvement. When I tried to update to 8.1 (after all the 8.0 updates) the new version turned the wifi radio in the tablet off. Not very handy!! So I had to revert back to version 8.0. Also I paid a lot more than what these are selling for now. Is AUS closing these out?
Summary: I was super excited the first week I had this. After trying the Surface (liked it, but I needed to engineer software on the go), the Ativ Smart PC (tablet wouldn't stay in the keyboard dock), and the Latitude 10 (dropped it and cracked the IPS screen), this one finaly seemed to be the answer: good keyboard dock, pen support, and it would even run Civ V in strategic view to the point I could play it locally.
Screen Ghosting, better known as "Image persistence"
Rob O. "R0B0", Amazon
9 January 2014
Summary: Image persistence is the LCD and plasma display equivalent of screen burn. Unlike screen burn, however, the effects are usually temporary, unfortunately mine would last for a few days until not using the device for a while would eventually make them fade. I would be using Chrome for internet work, and upon minimizing the browser, the address bar would stay 'burned in' on my desktop. I could replicate this with any bright graphic or area being on a darker background.
Excerpt: I really wanted to like this tablet, and bought it with the keyboard. It has a great screen (although the auto-brightness in some conditions swings the brightness wildly which is headache-inducing), is super responsive, very sturdily constructed and light enough to carry around.<br /><br />However, it just feels severely underpowered. Either the Atom CPU is weaker than the nVidia Tegras I am used to, or Windows 8 just is not well optimized, or both.
Pros: Battery Life, Build Quality, Screen, WiFi
Cons: Horrible Ui Bugs, Lack Of Quality Apps, Operating System, Underpowered, Web Browsing, Windows 8
Summary: Update 1-12-14 I do not use the 810c daily, so much to my disappointment, even though it has been a year later, my screen is now suffering from image retention. This is very noticeable when your reading a web page for about 5 minutes... Then when you got back to the start screen or open another program, you see a faded image of what you were last working on in the background. I have had this issue for about two months.
Summary: I wanted something I could use to type lecture notes on and draw the diagrams professors are always adding. This works perfect with onenote for my physics and biology lectures. The inking works fantastic, although my handwriting still leaves a lot to be desired. I do recommend turning the tablet upside down when writing notes so you do not hit the windows button by mistake.
Summary: I was VERY excited about this, and got it as a Christmas present. Unfortunately, it was sent to ASUS for RMA. On the back there are two panels, one main one, and a smaller thinner one where the camera is, and the panels were not flush. A small issue, but infuriating, and not something to be expected on an $800 tablet. Otherwise the tablet is beautiful! It feels great in your hand, it feels solid, and the main back panel is metal and is wonderful to hold.