Asus Transformer Pad TF300 / TF300T / TF300TG / TF300TL

  • Asus Transformer Pad TF300 / TF300T / TF300TG / TF300TL
80
Based on 71 scores, 158 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    20
  • Good:
    38
  • Average:
    10
  • Bad:
    3

The Asus Transformer Pad TF300 has a 10.1-inch LED Backlight WXGA (1280x800) ISP screen with scratch-resistant glass, a 178° viewing angle, and 10-finger multitouch support. Wireless connectivity includes 802.11b/g/n@2.4GHz and Bluetooth 3.0+EDR. The TF300 uses a 22Wh Li-polymer battery that is said to provide 10 hours of operating time. It also carries various sensors including a G-Sensor, Light Sensor, Gyroscope, E-compass, and GPS.

Expert reviews and ratings

By TechSpot on 80

Overall, we're thrilled Asus decided to offer a more affordable version of the Transformer Prime and the Transformer Pad is easily one of the best value tablets/netbooks money can buy today.

By Good Gear Guide on

Android tablets are often criticised for high prices in comparison to Apple's market leading iPad , but ASUS seems to be pushing things in the right direction. Its latest Transformer Pad TF300T Android tablet is a slightly cheaper version of the flagship...

By uk.hardware.info on

It's been a while since we published an overview of the current tablet market. With the holidays around the corner, we collected all of the tablets we've tested and that are still available, and created an overview of what's what. If you want to buy a...

By techlife.net on

The Transformer TF300T is unique and we'd choose its tablet/keyboard combo over any standalone tablet because of the great flexibility it gives you, but you get the feeling that the hybrid concept won't really take off until Windows 8 arrives on tablets,...

By 3dGameMan on

Video Review: The Asus Transformer Pad 10.1" TF300T Tablet is one of the best bang for the buck tablets on the market. With a 1280x800 IPS panel everything is bright & clear form just about any angle, NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core CPU for it's fast, 32GB...

By examiner.com on 80

The Physical BodyThe unit feels sturdy and solid enough to handle on a daily basis. Made out of plastic, the body of the tablet is strong enough to take some abuse without difficulty. The power and volume buttons are solid and the edging feels...

By examiner.com on 80

Hardware and DesignThe hardware on the new Asus Transformer EEE Pad is somewhat of a mixed bag especially if you've used the Asus Transformer Prime. In saying that I mean it's by no means a badly designed device and or using cheap parts. But it does feel...

By Ocaholic on 100

holding the TF300T in your hands is a nice experience It feels like a well manufactured device although it's not made from aluminium Of course you wont get the stiffness and robustness you get with a metal chassis but still there aren't any parts...

By The Inquirer on

Will the Infinity's features, including a bigger IPS+ display, lightweight design and bundled dock be enough to sway customers who are considering Apple's new Ipad? Is the bundled keyboard dock on the...

By APC Magazine on 90

A keyboard-equipped tablet naturally draws comparisons to the device it most closely emulates: the laptop. However, any thought that perhaps the TF300T could replace your primary PC should remain in fantasy -- Android isn't yet a replacement for a...

By Channel Pro on 80

Great performance, but given the weak screen we’d expect a lower price to match the appeal of its premium-priced rivalsRating: 4Average: 4 (1 vote) It may have been eclipsed by Asus’ most exciting launch of 2012 – the Full HD Transformer Pad Infinity...

By PC Pro on 67

Great performance, but given the weak screen we'd expect a lower price to match the appeal of its premium-priced...

By androidauthority.com on

When it comes to manufacturing high quality tablet devices, Asus doesn't cut corners. From build quality, to hardware and software, Asus tends to hit the nail on the head when creating tablets. Their recent onslaught of devices have all been well...

By avforums.com on 70

It's impossible to review a tablet without addressing the 800lb elephant in the room that is Apple's iPad but, despite their dominance, that hasn't stopped manufacturers like Asus and Samsung from trying to prise open Apple's vice-like grip on the...

By Kitguru.net on 80

An impressive tablet from Asus but we expect the market to dry up a little when the Google Nexus 7 is released at less than half the...

By NotebookCheck on 87

We found almost no major flaws in the Asus Transformer Pad TF300T. The only major issue was how the browser handled complex websites, and the display could have been as good as the one in the predecessor, the Prime TF201. Besides that, the tablet is...

By Tech Digest on 80

Name: Type: Specifications: Price as reviewed: The big draw to the 10.1-inch ASUS Transformer Pad (AKA the TF300T) is the way it pairs up with a supplied keyboard dock. Offering the best bits of an Android 4.0 tablet and a keyboard-packing notebook,...

By delimiter.com.au on

If you've read this far, you will know by now that we were pretty impressed with the ASUS Transformer Pad. It performs well on all fronts, and is certainly a quality effort by its manufacturer. However, ultimately — and you may find this a little...

By PC Advisor on 80

The Transformer Pad 300 offers an attractive package for a reasonable price. £399 will get you 32GB of storage and the keyboard dock thrown in too. The excellent selection of ports, decent screen, competent performance and Android 4.0 Ice Cream...

By DigitalVersus on 100

If you're not interested in an iPad and you don't want to spend more than £400, the Asus Transformer Pad TF300 is probably your best option, as the keyboard/battery dock makes it a versatile tablet with an excellent battery life. Thanks to the powerful...