Asus Eee Pad Transformer User Reviews
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Omar123 posted on 15 Feb 2012, 09:11
Omar123 has owned it for less than month before publishing this review
. Good all rounder tablet for work and social use. It exceeds expectation when using for documentation editing, and business use. Socially its amazing, great integration with all social networking applications. Apps are real fun and offer hours of excitement.
Problems render through initial software pre-set and camera glitches.
Great build and offers a user experience apple can’t facilitate
Build quality 8/10Reception 8/10Call quality 8/10Internet 9/10Multimedia 9/10Camera 8/10UI speed 10/10Everyday usage 10/10Text input 9/10Display 10/10Battery 10/10
- Great Screen
- Keybord docking station
- Battery Life
- Android glitches
- outdated software, pre installed.
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rk1500 posted on 12 Feb 2012, 06:03
but still like my Asus Eeepad Transformer
rk1500 has owned it for less than 3 months before publishing this review
I got Asus Eeepad Transformer and Motorola xoom I like the build quality and look of xoom I think Asus need to work more hard on camera, build quality, speaker and mic.
and even Asus prime is out now but I will still stick to my Asus Orignal Transformer.Build quality 7/10Reception 10/10Call quality 10/10Internet 10/10Multimedia 10/10Camera 7/10UI speed 10/10Everyday usage 10/10Text input 10/10Display 10/10Battery 10/10
- 1. Good Accessories Capabilties (keyboard dock, USB, HDMI, SD Card Reader etc)
- Good Software integration and speed
- Good Wireless Reception
- Keyboard Dock with extra 6 hrs battery life
- good Look
- Build Quaility (average) there gaps incertain places you can literally see dust inside of camera glass
- Average Camera and without flash
- poor mic quality
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aercy18 posted on 09 Oct 2011, 05:16
The BEST Android Tablet ... biggest iPad Challenger
aercy18 has owned it for less than 3 months before publishing this review
This is the best android Tablet & can easily challenge iPad 2 with its features & capabilities. The USB ports, seamless Netbook transformation, Remote desktop app that streams PC video output to the Tablet without a hick, super textured back, metallic structure makes it a worthy winner in the Tablet PC market at the moment. Runs on Android 3.2 (automatic updates OTA).Build quality 8/10Reception 10/10Call quality 5/10Internet 10/10Multimedia 9/10Camera 7/10UI speed 10/10Everyday usage 10/10Text input 10/10Display 10/10Battery 10/10
- Battery life
- Design & finishing of Tablet
- IPS Display
- Dual-core Tegra 2 makes it awesome
- Tab + Keayboard Dock = Rocking Netbook
- Stock Snapstream App for Remote desktop .. superb
- Low-end Front Camera
- No Flash for Rear-camera
- No 3G .. doesn't matter cuz I use Wi-Fi
- Not too tough... don't let it fall
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q19 posted on 23 Jul 2011, 12:26
ASUS Transformer is the Tablet to Beat
q19 has owned it for less than 3 months before publishing this review
Many reviews out there seem to (unfairly) place the ASUS Transformer in the category of a budget tablet. However, after trying out other tablets including several Honeycomb tablets, the Playbook, the TouchPad, and the iPad, it is my opinion that this tablet meets and exceeds the performance achieved by its higher-priced counterparts, and its low price-point is just the icing on the cake; I would easily shell out $100 more for this tablet, especially given the optional keyboard dock (which I, admittedly, haven't tried out) to increase productivity. Polaris Office offers a fantastic alternative to MS Office, even without the keyboard, and I've had no trouble at all putting together spreadsheets and text documents. For anyone looking for a tablet that offers a user-experience that stands toe-to-toe with iOS, as well as productivity options comparable to those of a notebook, the ASUS Transformer is definitely the way to go, and is, at the time of this writing, the best all-around tablet on the market.
(Side-note: Videogame emulators such as N64oid work marvelously with its fast processor, large display, and Android 3.1's ability to incorporate external controllers. It probably won't factor into the decision of most consumers, but it's still really cool.)Build quality 9/10Reception 10/10Call quality 10/10Internet 10/10Multimedia 10/10Camera 7/10UI speed 10/10Everyday usage 10/10Text input 10/10Display 10/10Battery 10/10
- Fantastic, responsive, bright display
- Smooth, intuitive UI
- Polaris Office
- Great, Flash-enabled browser
- Optional keyboard w/ trackpad
- Fuzzy-looking pictures/videos
- Miniscule separation between the back panel and bezel
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xcmikeyd08 posted on 30 Jun 2011, 11:01
Love my transformer
xcmikeyd08 has owned it for less than 3 months before publishing this review
The transformer is hands down the best tablet out there. I use it for class (netbooking) and typing notes, then when I want to impress my friends I pop the screen right off and let them play with it (drooling).
First of all the brown/diamondy pattern is beautiful, better looking than any tablet out. Second it has 2 cameras on it while many dont. The transforming feature is brilliant. Display is brighter than most, 10.1" is good enough to watch movies while the xoom/playbook are too small in my opinion. Dont even get me started on how it dominates the ipad. Dont take my word for it, go play with one, youll fall in love.Build quality 10/10Reception 10/10Call quality 10/10Internet 10/10Multimedia 10/10Camera 9/10UI speed 10/10Everyday usage 10/10Text input 10/10Display 10/10Battery 10/10
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