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Asus EeePad Transformer TF101 10.1 inch Tablet PC (nVidia Tegra2 1GHz, 1Gb, 16Gb eMMC, WLAN, BT 3.0, Android 3.0) - £374.99 Delivered @ Amazon

£374.99 @ Amazon
Nice price for this one! Most other places selling for around £380 - £399 Highly recommended alternative to the iPad! With a slim, lightweight design and a 10.1-inch WSVGA IPS capacitiv… Read More
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6y, 2m agoFound 6 years, 2 months ago
Nice price for this one!

Most other places selling for around £380 - £399

Highly recommended alternative to the iPad!

With a slim, lightweight design and a 10.1-inch WSVGA IPS capacitive display with Corning Gorilla Glass, the versatile Eee Pad Transformer is the perfect tablet for anyone who wants to enjoy multimedia on the move, but still wishes to have easy access to the Web, email, and other productivity applications. A custom user interface provides easy access to the many features of the Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) operating system, while the NVIDIA Tegra 2 chipset provides full support for Adobe Flash 10.2, smooth HD video conferencing and playback, a lightning fast Web experience, and incredible mobile gaming performance. Front and rear cameras make for easy video chat and digital photography, while a built-in mini-HDMI port makes for easy connections to external displays — showing off Full 1080p HD video playback.

Spec:

Operating System: Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) Platform
Display: 10.1-inch WSVGA IPS capacitive multi touch display built with Corning Gorilla Glass
1750 viewing angle(1280 x 800)
Chipset: NVIDIA Tegra 2 Mobile Processor
Memory: 1GB DDR2
Wireless: 802.11b/g/n
Bluetooth: Bluetooth v2.1 + EDR
Storage: 16GB eMMC Flash
Camera: 1.2 megapixel (Front)
5.0 Megapixel (Rear)
Speakers : Built in stereo speaker
Card Reader: Micro SD Card Reader
Input / Output: 1 x Mini HDMI, 2-in-1 audio jack (head phone/mic-in jack), internal mic
Battery Pack: 24.4 W/h Li-polymer battery (up to 8 hours)
Dimensions: 10.67 x 6.89 x 0.47 inches (W x D x H)
Weight: 1.5lbs
Color: Brown
Touch pad, USB*2, SD card reader, and Battery
Compatable with Asus Docking Station (Available separately.)

Box Contains
ASUS EeePad Transformer TF101 Tablet
User manual
Power adaptor with USB to 40 pin connector
Warranty card
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#1
realblender
cheapest place is direct from asus £369.99
http://www.asusoutlet.com/PRD_ProductDetail.aspx?prodid=1277
but mad to buy this model and not the keyboard -


Ummm - No, check again.

£377.49 after delivery. So Amazon is cheapest. :)
#2
realblender
oh ok sorry. plus i should say that my link to asusoutlet is not actually asus dirct but some other retailer marketing . still mad not to get the keyboard package ;)


Keyboard package is fine, i believe most places are selling for £429.

But i prefer just using as a touch screen tablet, which is in essence what it is. :)
#3
looks like a decent tablet but has no 3g
#4
realblender
..... still mad not to get the keyboard package ;)


That depends on what the individual wants really, I was replacing a netbook and wanted something without a keyboard.
#5
I really do like the idea of these, however i feel that it may be very limited by the fact that it may not be able to connect to printers and although it probably does have a ms office alternative its just not the same. Good for what it is though but not for me. Have some heat!
#6
dylanlewis2000
I really do like the idea of these, however i feel that it may be very limited by the fact that it may not be able to connect to printers and although it probably does have a ms office alternative its just not the same. Good for what it is though but not for me. Have some heat!


The latest android update will allow usb devices to connect, which i would imagine might include printers, but drivers may be an issue then.
#7
Plenty of wifi printers now anyway.
#8
Don't buy...Terrible Acer support. They don't even respond to techncal queries. Poor build quality (a tad better than Acer). Got a high end laptop and monitor got issues within first 6 months and struggling with customer care..
#10
REALLY want one of these but should be nearer to £200 to be worthwhile
1 Like #11
daspkd
Don't buy...Terrible Acer support. They don't even respond to techncal queries. Poor build quality (a tad better than Acer). Got a high end laptop and monitor got issues within first 6 months and struggling with customer care..

I`m not surprised that Acer didn't want to support you if you phoned them about an Asus device... ;)

Seriously though, ASUS normally do quite well....

e.g. http://www.engadget.com/2009/11/17/laptop-reliability-survey-asus-and-toshiba-win-hp-fails/
#12
Too much cash really for what it is. The tablet prices in the CPW sale were about right imo - £400 is an absolute ripoff for what you're getting.

I paid £50 for my Joggler, which runs the latest 11.04 Ubuntu. Granted it's not a like-for-like comparison, and it requires a little (but not much) application of brain power, but really tablets are a gadget-of-the-moment, on which manufacturers are making a killing.
#13
If the keyboard combo was priced around £300 then I'd buy it no problem...

For now I'll wait and see how much of a success or not this unique idea is...
#14
Come on Asus make a 3G one!!
#15
3G one is coming "soon", As for build quality problems, I have a Transformer and it is solidly built, and has a quality feel.
#16
dylanlewis2000
I really do like the idea of these, however i feel that it may be very limited by the fact that it may not be able to connect to printers and although it probably does have a ms office alternative its just not the same. Good for what it is though but not for me. Have some heat!


Yeah plenty of wireless printers and there is USB support now iirc, plus Google Docs is a great free alternative to MS Office.
#17
realblender
... still mad not to get the keyboard package ;)


Just bough one of these yesterday with the keyboard and completely agree. It works great as a tablet and I am very pleased with it, but if I need a I bit extra battery life (60%+ extra) or do some more intensive text input the keyboard brings it to a hole 'nother level. Very Pleased with the whole package.
#18
Better than the Xoom but not really a bargain as it's virtually RRP.

COLD
#19
it is RRP price, why so hot?
#20
I think I will be upgrading my galaxy wifi tab to this but will wait for a better deal. Not sure if I will go for the keyboard bundle or not but I think it is probably worth the extra.
#21
Price gone up to £378.99 saving a whole pound over RRP!

Get it from Comet / Dixons etc with Quidco.
#22
looked at this earlier, would really like one but it's still too expensive... 3G in it don't matter for me as I can use my android phone to act as the router to get internet for the tablet if need be :)

Edited By: Max-Power on May 27, 2011 14:29
#23
#24
my brother got the zoom & its awesome
#25
If you don't have the cash for a xoom or EeePad then take a look at the advent vega, once you've got a custom rom on it it's excellent and is only £199 now.
#26
good price for this tablet but would rather wait for 3G version. Wifi only edition is still expensive though. Voted hot!
#27


as always with that shop = price to good to be true
#28
As said price has gone up so needs to be changed up top or expired
#29
RRP, voted cold.
#30
Not a bad product to be honest. Cheaper elsewhere COLD.
#31
crazyp
daspkd
Don't buy...Terrible Acer support. They don't even respond to techncal queries. Poor build quality (a tad better than Acer). Got a high end laptop and monitor got issues within first 6 months and struggling with customer care..

I`m not surprised that Acer didn't want to support you if you phoned them about an Asus device... ;)

Seriously though, ASUS normally do quite well....

e.g. http://www.engadget.com/2009/11/17/laptop-reliability-survey-asus-and-toshiba-win-hp-fails/

I was going to say...does ACER have anything to do with ASUS? do they share the same customer service team??
banned 1 Like #32
thelagmonster
Too much cash really for what it is. The tablet prices in the CPW sale were about right imo - £400 is an absolute ripoff for what you're getting.

I paid £50 for my Joggler, which runs the latest 11.04 Ubuntu. Granted it's not a like-for-like comparison, and it requires a little (but not much) application of brain power, but really tablets are a gadget-of-the-moment, on which manufacturers are making a killing.


Oh please, dont make me laugh. Joggler is old hat and to be frank, its a peice of sh*t mate.

£374.99 is an excellent price for this and dont try compare any tablet released nowadays to your sh*tty joggler. Now jog on and play with you joggler.
#33
As much as I love Android on my HTC Desire, I just cannot see the point in such expensive tablets. A laptop would be of much more use, or a netbook and have change too. I'm sure it's a very nice tablet but there are just too many limitations for me at least to have one of these over a laptop.
#34
ehpablo
RRP, voted cold.

So they should make RRP £1000000 then make discount 99.9999% and sell it for £1000 then will be HOT deal for you? If the RRP is to high people moaning if the RRP is exactly how much the item is worth people moaning....

Good price, good deal voted HOT

Edited By: Maniek133 on May 27, 2011 16:06
#35
Picked up one of these for £340 the other day. I'm not gloating or anything!
#36
read an article today stating that Asus are stepping up the number of these they are producing next month - from 100,000 - 300,000 and price drops should be expected next month - fingers crossed could see some more offers soon!
#37
iPad 2 > all other tablets
Now start the iOs vs Android war (_;)
1 Like #38
what annoys me is the US price for this toy is $380 so the UK market is being milked again
#39
Like the ipad 2 Im yet to see one without without screen bleed (and sadly Ive had & returned 2)

Edited By: daBluone on May 27, 2011 16:24
1 Like #40
TypicalAsianFindingDeals
iPad 2 > all other tablets
Now start the iOs vs Android war (_;)


errr....nah (dont feed troll)

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