Summary: My purchase was arrived on time. I enjoyed my TF810C ever since. First, my initial IP-configuration problem was resolved by itself after update. Second, problem in installation of second-language were totally due to Microsoft's coward policy for not to have Taiwanian (Traditional) Chinese Service Package available here in US, but I found way to resolve it anyway. I feel if there were some informative websites on Window 8 in the ASUS manual, it would be wonderful.
Summary: No regrets here. Excelent build quality, great screen resolution and really responsive. Specially recomended for graphic designers, or just about anyone looking for the final notebook replacement.
Summary: I had been looking for a tablet for quite some time, but was not impressed with the ones that were out there for my needs. After 4 years of (as a computer systems consultant) lugging around a heavy laptop and spare batteries I was wanting something that I could run all my windows apps that I already had, replace my laptop, and have the ability to use it as a fully capable laptop as well as an independent tablet.
Summary: I've had the tablet and the keyboard dock for about a month. It's been great. The battery life is very good, and it suits my purposes perfectly. I use the combo as a laptop for full work functionality, and I use the tablet for websurfing, etc at home. It does just about everything my iPad did for me, except surfing the web is better because I have flash and don't have to open up YouTube videos a different app.
Summary: I have been looking for a tablet that I could use for doing real work, especially creating or editing professional-grade word processing documents or spreadsheet, not having to use 3rd party solutions Essentially I was looking for a tablet which could use for everything I do with a laptop and I found it in the ASUS VivoTab TF-810c the battery/keyboard brings it to a truly unbelievable 15h+ of actual intensive use (wifi on all the time, plus working on the keyboard)...
Summary: After 3 months with the tablet I have had almost no problems. Initially it would freeze during long periods of sleep but recent BIOS updates have eliminated this issue. PROS: I use the tablet in conjunction with the keyboard. If you are willing to pay for office 365 and use One Note this will fully replace any paper you have. I use this tablet for all of my engineering studies. On top of that casual web browsing, reading, and video watching are a snap.
Summary: This review reflects my first impressions of the Asus VivoTab TF810c after about 24 hours of use. This is the latest of a series of tablet attempts, including the HP Slate 500, Asus EP121, and Asus Transformer Infinity TF700t. So far, the TF810 is the best combination of the features I need, including slim form factor, long battery life, attachable keyboard, and digitizer pen. It's like the best parts of the EP121 and Transformer squeezed into one box.
Summary: The first one was stolen at the grocery store when my husband left it in a cart while shopping. Don't do that guys! Women have to protect their purses so they are accustomed to watching over things. But think ahead, how hard is it to grab something from a cart when you are looking at something else. Bummer.
Summary: This is the second ASUS tablet that I owned...the first one I bought it a year ago and is a ASUS eee slate windows 7 tablet that I loved !! I have to send it for repair because of a blue screen but in less than one week I have it back working fine.I know there are complains about ASUS costumer service but my experience have been positive.I think sometimes if you talk nice to people you can go further.