Asus EeePad Transformer Review

Written By John Mitt Sam on Friday, September 9, 2011 | 2:06 AM

The Asus Eee Pad Transformer is what we've been waiting for - a tablet that can truly replace a netbook or ultra-portable laptop. With the keyboard disengaged, it's a slim, fairly light tablet with a great screen and touchscreen. With the dock in-tow, it's a typing demon whose battery will outlast almost any laptop you can find. Tablets are still a hard sell to most, but one of the most important factors is price. The lower the price (without being too low to raise suspicions of quality), the more likely consumers are willing to part with their money.
Asus EeePad Transformer

Asus also includes a keyboard when sending to the table EeePad Transformer testing JagatReview team. Of course, this keyboard is sold separately in the market. Once traced, the keyboard does not have the ability to transmit Bluetooth signal. In fact, this keyboard has a connection and can be EeePad docking the tablet itself.
Asus EeePad Transformer

The tablet has a high level of responsiveness thanks to the System on Chip employed, the NVIDIA Tegra 2250. SoC uses high-speed dual-core processor, the ARM Cortex A9, with a speed of 1 GHz. Has relieved internal storage space of 16 GB, at least we got this model. For RAM, Asus pair of extra large capacity memory in this tablet, 1 GB. Dimensions owned this tablet is 271 x 171 x 13 mm and weighs about 680 grams.
Asus EeePad Transformer
Because it can be used as a notebook, Asus is also not left behind in providing software built. We found the Asus provides a program called Polaris office. Although given only a limited version, you can still read the document that was created by using Microsoft Office.

Pros:
+ Build quality of the tablet is awesome
+ Screen is superb!
+ Interface/Touch is very responsive
+ Speakers/Sound
+ Best android browser

Cons:
- At the time of this writing, there are only two accessories on the market
- If you're given the case and hold it with the Asus logo right side up and open it, your tablet is upside down.

- Backlight bleeding.
- Keyboard sold separately.
- No 3G capability.
- 1080p is not yet supported.

Technical Data:
NVIDIA Tegra processors with ARM Cortex A9 Dual Core 1 GHz
Video Format XviD, MPEG4, H.264, and H.263
Audio Format MP3, WMA, MP4, AMR, OGG, AAC, AAC +, and WAV
Image formats JPG, BMP, PNG
Subtitles Do not support
5 MP Camera (Rear), 2 MP (Home)
Interface MicroSD, microHDMI, USB 2.0 (on a docking keyboard), microSD
Wi-Fi wireless connection (802.11 b / g / n), Bluetooth 2.1 EDR
Dimensions and Weight 271 x 171 x 13 mm / 680 grams
601 Minutes Battery Life
manufacturer Asus
website http://www.asus.com.tw

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