Asus Transformer Prime TF201-1B002A Reviews
Product Type: Asus Tablet PCs / eBook Readers
Newest Review: ... of the tablet too by hours! First, ignoring the dock, the tablet is fantastic standalone. The responsiveness is amazing, ... more
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Customer Asus Transformer Prime TF201-1B002A Reviews (4)
by - written on 04/05/13
This tablet combines the adaptability of a laptop with the flexibility and ease of use of a tablet. Using the dock to attach a keyboard adds an extra level of usability that other tablets just don't have. The Android operating system allows access to many apps through Google Play. With ASUS's behind this tablet you can't go wrong. In all, this is a tablet you should buy for its adaptability.
by - written on 23/01/13 (Very useful, 19 readings)
Yes, my title even takes into account the iPad. Back when this was released this tablet was definitely the best tablet on the market in terms of both power and innovation. Due to the iPad being it's main competitor, I will be comparing it to this tablet throughout the review as a benchmark. In case you don't know, what made this tablet so innovative when released, and still very different today, was the fact that it could quickly slot into a dock with a keyboard and trackpad to be used as any other laptop would be but still using the android operating system. Not only does the dock offer these extra features but also contains its own battery which not only ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/10/12 (Somewhat useful, 18 readings)
I decided to go with the Asus as I had heard great things, some reviewers rated it above the iPad (I realise these people were probably apple haters!) and that it was still considerably cheaper than the iPad equivalent in terms of spec. On first glance Asus has produced a slick and sexy tablet which exudes class and promises great functionality.....yes this is on first glance..... It is easy to use and you do get a lot of great apps which are free but then the cracks begin to appear literally! For some reason a crack has appeared on the screen not through my clumsiness I might add but this seems to be a common issue that has happened to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/02/12 (Useful, 33 readings)
I see this device as the thinking man's iPad. Want a fast, lightweight tablet that supports 100% of the Internet? Well, look no further... I also own the original version of this, the TF101, and the improvements are noticeable. Let's start with the positives: Weight: even with the dock, this thing is light. The tablet itself is fractionally heavier than the iPad, but it isn't noticeable, and does not compromise in build quality- this is still a solid bit of kit. Speed: a Quad-core CPU, coupled with the latest version of Android software (Ice Cream Sandwich- a free update from Asus, pushed out as soon as your tablet is connected to the Internet for ... Read the complete review
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