i have ipad2 and just got the transformer 32g and docking station 2days ago,i cant tell gprs can be use and able tp upgrade new version of google map,not as smooth as ipad2 but i can play flash game and almost 30hrs using time,also i can charge my cell phone by connect to the docking station with usb ,that mean i wont easy out of battery when tethering to the transformer,how awesome that is!but ipad 2 still have big win of apps,but i can tell this one is the best android tablet in the market this year for brower and those who still go to school~
It's mostly on this site because GSM Arena is growing to be more about mobile computing than about mobile telephony. Telephony is just a feature these days. Connectivity isn't an issue these days because, let's face it, 90% of us here would have a smart phone to tether it to, and there's any number of wifi hotspot solutions from pretty much every carrier. Only having wifi is hardly an issue, to me. Given that Asus have kept the price $200 cheaper than the nearest XOOM, I'd say it's a pretty good effort. The overwhelming sentiment from most reviews seems to be "I can't believe this has the same internals as the XOOM", referring to how quick and responsive the Transformer seems. The biggest criticism I see for it is the slightly wide bezel, to which I have to say "god, man up!". The Transformer dock is to be compatible with future models of the Transformer, so they added a little extra to the size of the current tablet, just in case they couldn't keep future ones down, and so the current tablet would match the existing dock in width, to keep it from looking too stupid.
This will be the new benchmark for tablets and netbooks. I can't wait to get my hands on one. unmatched versatility and flexibility. unmatched battery life when keyboard dock in attached. I am excited to see this market take such a BIG LEAP FORWARD. the Marriage of ASUS and Android should be happily ever after.
Anonymous, 24 Apr 2011Will be getting this and trading in the galaxy tabhonestly dont. ive been using it for about ten min and found it to be sooooooo god dam slow. ur better off with a xoom!!!
cserba, 23 Apr 2011Hi,any idea where can I buy this tablet. Because it's written released on april 2011. But on t... moreIt will launch next week.
Then you will see lots of them.
First at ASUS Premier Partners ( big box stores and Amazon) then at real dealers, in early May.
EeePad TF101-A1 16G $399
EeePad TF101-B1 32G $489
EeePad TF101 DOCKING $149
This is a 2-in-1 pc that transforms from a laptop to a tablet. What is it doing on this site to begin with?
Hi,any idea where can I buy this tablet. Because it's written released on april 2011. But on the internet I can't find any websites with this date
Lol it's talktime is given 9.5 hrs and mentioned "Tablet with no support for GSM voice communication"