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Asus EeePad Transformer TF101 10.1 inch Tablet PC (nVidia Tegra2 1GHz, 1Gb, 16Gb eMMC, WLAN, BT, Android 3.0) with docking station and keyboard

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  • Operating System: Android 3.0 Honeycomb (upgradable to Android 4.0)
  • Display: 10.1 inch WXGA 1280 x 800 widescreen touch panel, Corning Gorilla Glass
  • Platform: Nvidia Tegra 2
  • Memory: 1 Gb 667 MHz LPDDR2
  • Storage: 16 Gb eMMC, ASUS Unlimited WebStorage trial
  • Colour: Brown
  • Wireless: WLAN 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1
  • GPS: Yes
  • Audio: Built-in stereo speaker, Hi-Definition Audio CODEC
  • Camera: 1.2MP Video Camera (front), 5MP Auto-Focus Camera (rear)
  • Sensor: G-sensor, Light sensor, E-compass, Gyroscope
  • Interface: 2-in-1 Audio Jack (Head Phone/Mic-in), 1 x 40 pin port (for charging and dock connection), 2 x USB 2.0 (on docking station), 1 x mini HDMI, 1 x Micro SD (SDHC) Card Reader, 1 x Internal Microphone, 2 x Stereo Speaker
  • Warranty: 1 year global
  • Battery: 24.4 W/hr, Li-Polymer, up to 16 hrs (when docked with keyboard)
  • Dimensions (WxDxH): 271 x 176.8 x 12.98 mm
  • Weight: 680 g
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Technical Details
BrandASUS
Item Weight680 g
Product Dimensions17.1 x 27.1 x 1.3 cm
Item model numberTF101-1B028A
Colorwith keyboard and docking station
Screen Size10.1 inches
Processor TypeTegra
Processor Speed1 GHz
RAM Size1 GB
Hard Drive Size16 GB
Wireless Type802.11B
Operating SystemAndroid 3.0
Lithium Battery Energy Content24.4 watt_hours
Lithium Battery Packagingbatteries_contained_in_equipment
Lithium Battery Weight355 grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB004TB0EXY
Best Sellers Rank 26,514 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 Kg
Date First Available31 Mar 2011
  
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301 of 305 people found the following review helpful By MattUK on 1 Jun 2011
So mine arrived today ... after the delay last month. This is my first tablet so I don't have much to compare it with - however I have come from a Android phone and I much prefer Android to the Iphone - hence my decision on this tablet. This is very much a first impression view.

When I switched it on, I had 2 firmware updated to do, one for the tablet and one for the keyboard - they only took 5 minutes.

Docking the screen into the keyboard was a little scary, however after reading the manual, and found the release catch, it slotted in with a satisfying click. The keyboard itself is really very good. It was the fact it has the keyboard that prompted me to get this one, because it's just so much easier to write docs, emails etc. Once it's docked, you get added benefits too, like doubling the battery life, access to 2 standard USB ports and a standard SD card slot. You can also put a microSD into the screen part itself, so while travelling, you're not limited to taking a few movies, you literally can take a handful with you.

As I have an Android phone, after hooking it up to my wi-fi and logging in with my gmail account, all the apps I was used to, auto downloaded. In the Google Market place website, your device will appear and you can pick apps and have them sent to your tablet over the air, just as you can with the phone - however I have noticed that some apps weren't available - such as Need for Speed (which would have been cool on the big screen) but I'm sure it'll be ported soon enough. Unlike Iphone apps running on the Ipad in a small letterbox in the center of the screen, Android apps that haven't been ported for the Tablet, still look fine, because they take up the whole screen anyway and space their content our accordingly.
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135 of 137 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 1 Jun 2011
I have to confess that I couldn't wait for Amazon stock so I got this early from Comet. I have waited a long time for a decent tablet that wasn't as restricted as the more popular brands and this most definitely is it.

Out of the box the contents are very well packed and protected by plastic film on seemingly every surface.
As well as the units there is a mains to usb adaptor and a short usb to ASUS lead. If you find the lead a bit short, which some people have complained about, just add a usb extension - simple. There are two small instruction manuals and a guarantee card. You can download a more extensive manual should you need it but Android is so intuitive it's not really needed.

The screen is a much more practical ratio than the iPad - being able to play HD widescreen movies without black bars and also has a higher resolution. The display is just as crisp, sharp and responsive, maybe even better.

The Android OS is excellent, being specifically designed for tablet pcs it has everything you want and if you already have an Android smartphone you will certainly recognise many features - including nice little tweaks like the absence of an `esc' key being replaced with a `back' key.

The tablet does not have a usb port - two are available on the keyboard dock - but it does have the micro sd slot which is brilliant for data expansion or transfer - there is also a full size SD slot on the dock.

Connection to wifi is a breeze and the beauty of Android means you can set up your smartphone as a wifi hot spot, connect to that and save £££s by not buying a 3G tablet - the shipped version comes with Honeycomb 3.0 which will not connect to Ad-Hoc wireless, only infrastructure mode, but I am assured that the update to 3.
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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By D. Breeze on 5 Jun 2011
This is day 3 of using the Asus transformer with the optional keyboard and I would have to say that it is a good bit of kit.

The battery life is loooong, with the keyboard connected, it lasts for days with normal use. The screen is very sharp and it's very snappy with smooth scrolling and fast performance. It makes the Samsung Tab I have here seem slow.

A couple of funnies, at the time of writing, BBC iplayer does not display pictures but I would put this down to Android 3 and not the Asus. The facebook app is a little unstable, but again, I would blame the newness of the OS for this.

Some of the apps still rotate the screen to portrait mode overriding the orientation lock but again, early days android 3.0

The GPS and wifi seem more sensitive than the Tab.

I am really using this as a netbook with the keyboard but so far so good. detaching the keyboard is quick and looks solid and the unit can stay on whilst you dock and undock.

Good value, solid and works very well.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By JK on 3 Jun 2011
Great device. I have it 24 hours and i love it, typing my review right now.

Weight is good and balanced. Size is perfect for kindle or comics. Haven't tested video yet, except YouTube which is brilliant.
Having used earlier android tabs and the iPad I am convinced the transformer is easily the best on the market. Felt like a kid on Christmas morning opening the box.

Buy one if you can get one.
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By A Consumer on 20 Jun 2011
Well, I took the plunge, ignored all the voices in my head saying "sure it's all very well being different, but how can a squillion sales be wrong' - just like Microsoft, right?! and so I bought the Asus Eee Pad Transformer with keyboard. I remember when Apple was the underdog - the left-field choice of nerds, such is life.

I read the reviews for the ipad 2, together with other early non-Apple efforts, which were still in the refining phase, and once the right model appeared with the hardware potential and Android version to deliver (v3.1), I put my cash up. I'm so pleased I did. It's not an Apple, so it's not designed for the lowest common denominator 'even your pet could use it' and it won't win sales because you can claim to be the proud owner of an 'Apple ipad', but it can do all that the Apple can, from what I can tell, has the great touch-screen that looks as good as an ipad 2's and works wonderfully, the ability to connect a variety of devices out of the box, you probably already own, (USB devices and storage, SD cards from phones/cameras, your HD TV via HDMI etc.), the ability to view Flash on web-pages, which when you consider how much of the Internet is Flash-based, is a shocking omission by Apple, and the ability to use it in the way you want (not the way Apple dictates). I've used the ipad (1&2) through work and elsewhere and what the ipad provides in out-of-the box idiot-proof functionality, the Eee Pad, though not a million miles away also promises so much more. Sure, the ipad 3 will take on board the developments from the better Android tablets such as this, but as with the iphone, I think future Android developments (v3.2,v3.3 and so on) on a quality tablet, provides not just an alternative to Apple, but on several fronts, the new leader.
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