Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101
The Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101 has a 10-inch 1280×800 IPS Gorilla Glass capacitive touchscreen display, a 1GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 5MP rear and 1.2MP front cameras, a Micro SD expansion slot, HDMI port, USB 2.0, 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1 connectivity, as well as a G-sensor, light sensor, gyroscope, e-compass.
Keyboard dock turns the tablet into a netbook.
Bright, highresolution IPS capacitive screen.
Long battery life.
Solid build quality.
Android 3.0 OS with Adobe Flash support.
Above-average sound quality.
It's a Tablet and laptop.
Good build quality including iPad-rivalling display.
Honeycomb OS works well.
Lots of useful widgets.
Tons of connectivity options.
Sharp screen with great viewing angles.
App support needs to get better.
Android Honeycomb OS has fewer apps.
Sometimes buggy when dock is attached/removed.
Onscreen keyboard not as responsive.
Choppy video recording.
Lacks USB port.
No flash for rear camera.
Keyboard / touchpad might take some getting used to.
Heavy when docked.
Minor issues with WiFi.
Sound and dock hopefully be fixed with a software update.
No 3G or 4G.
Keyboard is not full-sized.
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By TechwareLabs on January 01, 2012
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By Android Police on December 20, 2011
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By goldfries.com on October 24, 2011
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By Ocaholic on October 12, 2011
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By Channel Pro on October 01, 2011
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