Asus EeePad Transformer TF101 Tablet PC - Now Only £379.98 @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Asus EeePad Transformer TF101 Tablet PC

NVIDIA Tegra 2
1GB RAM
16GB eMMC
10.1" Touch
Webcam + Bluetooth
Up to 8 Hours Battery
Android v3.0

Overview
Product Description
With a slim, lightweight design and a 10.1-inch WSVGA IPS capacitive display with Toughened Glass, the versatile Eee Pad Transformer is the perfect tablet for anyone who want to enjoy multimedia on the move, but still wish 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.

Designed specifically with tablets in mind, the Android Honeycomb 3.0 operating system provides you with optimized features and functions such as multi-touch and a holographic interface that allows you to access widgets and shortcuts with ease. Get refined multitasking, rich notifications, Home screen customization, widgets, and more. And experience the web with Adobe Flash Player 10.2 for added convenience.
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#1
Is this not the RRP?
#2
Apparently not, 399.99
#3
Usual price.....
#4
same price as Amazon & Comet.
#5
I have tried this in PC World, I must say it feels a lot nicer than the motorola xoom and the acer iconia. In fact I think as an internet tablet, this is better than the iPad 2, I have tried my favorite facebook games and other java based online games, this worked perfectly and the iPad was only kind of worked. Not to mention BBCi Player works directly from the website without the need of apps.
#6
I dont think the build quality is as good as the xoom and the power lead is the shortest in the world - its also proprietary! Like all Android tablets the screen is super glossy (almost like a mirror).

I do like the Android software but all 3.0 tablets should have had strict build rules so at least 1 USB port & USB charger (just say NO to proprietary).
#7
Do PC world or comet have any in-store with the keyboard dock yet? The websites say no but sometimes they are found instore...
#8
The keyboard it docks in to has 2 usb ports that can be used with a variety external devices. If this was 3G I would get one but launch model is wifi only.

daBluone
I dont think the build quality is as good as the xoom and the power lead is the shortest in the world - its also proprietary! Like all Android tablets the screen is super glossy (almost like a mirror).

I do like the Android software but all 3.0 tablets should have had strict build rules so at least 1 USB port & USB charger (just say NO to proprietary).
#9
aerotec
The keyboard it docks in to has 2 usb ports that can be used with a variety external devices. If this was 3G I would get one but launch model is wifi only.

daBluone
I dont think the build quality is as good as the xoom and the power lead is the shortest in the world - its also proprietary! Like all Android tablets the screen is super glossy (almost like a mirror).

I do like the Android software but all 3.0 tablets should have had strict build rules so at least 1 USB port & USB charger (just say NO to proprietary).


I'm waiting for the 3G version too - I think this is the tablet I've been waiting for.

Any idea if this can be upgraded to Android 3.1?
#10
Im aware the keyboard has USB docks but I would want USB on tablet itself, cant see me carrying keyboard around at all times - might as well get a netbook if I was.

I imagine this def will get 3.1 in the future - officially will take time but Im sure it will show up on XDA forums before long. The XOOM is the developers tablet and Motorola are Google partners so they get all the spoils first.

Comet have the keyboard version for sale now.

Anyone know if you can buy cables / chargers yet?
Can you extend the power lead with a USB extension?
Any case showing up?




Edited By: daBluone on May 12, 2011 13:40: added

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