Asus TF103CX Intel® Atom Processor, 1Gb RAM, Wi-Fi, 10 Inch Touchscreen Tablet - Silver £109.95 delivered @ Very - HotUKDeals
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use code 3YGEU to get £10 off even cheaper if you use collect+ ordered this for my daughters birthday :-)

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Specs;

Asus TF103 CX Transformer Pad - White
Intel® Atom Bay Trail Quad Core Processor
1Gb memory
8Gb Solid State Drive
Android 4.4 Kit Kat operating system
Wi-Fi
Screen size: 10 inch
Dimensions: H 200, W 155, D 9mm
- Astec123

You can get this for £76.00 by signing up for a new credit account with Very and then using the code: 4KMY4 to get £30 off + You can also get 7% cashback if you track the order via Quidco.
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#1
can someone put @very in title please
#2
thank you!
#4
As Very appears on the 'Where to Buy' list on the Asus Web Site, you could also qualify for £50 Cashback if you trade in an old 7" tablet (have to claim via this site https://asuspromotions.com/uk/en/tablettradeup they will verify your claim and send out a Freepost box for you to send your old tablet back in)
#5
Gnasher2013
As Very appears on the 'Where to Buy' list on the Asus Web Site, you could also qualify for £50 Cashback if you trade in an old 7" tablet (have to claim via this site https://asuspromotions.com/uk/en/tablettradeup they will verify your claim and send out a Freepost box for you to send your old tablet back in)
You may not qualify for the cash back if you use a discount code.

See here.
#6
Shame it is Android. There may be more apps, but most of them are poorly adapted to tablets. Windows 8 gives a much better experience in my experience, plus you get a free upgrade to Windows 10 and security updates for about 10 years.

This one however already has known security issues that will probably never get fixed (like pretty much all Android device except Nexus).

PS: Something is wrong here - the stated dimensions have a diagonal of only 9.8", so how do they fit a screen bigger than the case? Proceed with extreme prejudice...
#7
its down to £106 now, and if you create a credit account and apply the £30 off code from the linx thread, this becomes a very tempting £76!
1 Like #8
Got mine for £76. Buy it. Big screen and on the heavy side but well built and an absolute bargain. Fast quad core processor.
#9
Balls. Just bought this for £106 (with 7.35% TCB). Should have signed up for the Credit account!
#10
only 8 gig of SSD, all my Linx tablets came with 32 gig
#11
johnnyd57uk
Got mine for £76. Buy it. Big screen and on the heavy side but well built and an absolute bargain. Fast quad core processor.
Is the invoice for £106 or £76?

Do you have a trade-in / have you tried claiming the £50 cash back from Asus?


Edited By: steve252 on Jan 29, 2015 10:19: additional question
#12
MrPuddington
This one however already has known security issues that will probably never get fixed (like pretty much all Android device except Nexus).
Please could you link to more info on this?
#13
Thanks.orderded for £76.00 with BNPL. so nothing to pay for next 6 months
#14
I can't get the code for £30 to work. I'm on the 'add to account' page and it says code invalid

EDIT:

aah
IMPORTANT: Please be aware that to access this discount code online you need to open a new credit account and apply the code WITHIN THE SAME VISIT. If you create an account, then log out and then log back in at a later time the code will not work. If you do need to log out and make a return to visit to place your first order please telephone Very.co.uk on 08448 222 321 and quote the code to be able to apply the discount. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause -


Edited By: cRuNcHiE on Jan 29, 2015 09:58: info
#15
If anyone buys for £76 and then submits a £50 cash back claim to Asus, please let us all know!
#16
cRuNcHiE
I can't get the code for £30 to work. I'm on the 'add to account' page and it says code invalid

Must be new credit account only I think.
#17
Good deal, only problem is VERY shocking company.
#18
StonehamPark
cRuNcHiE
I can't get the code for £30 to work. I'm on the 'add to account' page and it says code invalid
Must be new credit account only I think.

Or it might been expired
2 Likes #19
MrPuddington
This one however already has known security issues that will probably never get fixed (like pretty much all Android device except Nexus).
Haha, priceless comment from someone who has sung the praises of Windows in the same post. Oh, the irony. Have you ever seen the number of security issues in Windows that are constantly being plugged by MS throughout the OS lifecycle? Android is no better or worse Mr Microsoft Fanboy :p
#20
MrPuddington
Shame it is Android. There may be more apps, but most of them are poorly adapted to tablets. Windows 8 gives a much better experience in my experience, plus you get a free upgrade to Windows 10 and security updates for about 10 years.

This one however already has known security issues that will probably never get fixed (like pretty much all Android device except Nexus).

PS: Something is wrong here - the stated dimensions have a diagonal of only 9.8", so how do they fit a screen bigger than the case? Proceed with extreme prejudice...
leaston
MrPuddington
This one however already has known security issues that will probably never get fixed (like pretty much all Android device except Nexus).
Haha, priceless comment from someone who has sung the praises of Windows in the same post. Oh, the irony. Have you ever seen the number of security issues in Windows that are constantly being plugged by MS throughout the OS lifecycle? Android is no better or worse Mr Microsoft Fanboy :p

also, i'd be wary about thinking that ALL windows 8 tablets in a comparable price zone to this will be getting a usable windows 10 build....a dangerous assumption.
#21
Just to clarify I had a £30 off code which I used. This brought the price down to £76. They usually advertise 10% off for new customers but also do £30 off codes which you need to find via voucher codes or just searching online.

4KMY4 £30 off code from original post

Edited By: johnnyd57uk on Jan 29, 2015 16:03: updating info
#22
deepmenace
also, i'd be wary about thinking that ALL windows 8 tablets in a comparable price zone to this will be getting a usable windows 10 build....a dangerous assumption.
Why? Windows 10 comes from Microsoft, not from the manufacturer, and Microsoft already promised a free upgrade.

Yes, there could be issues with drivers, but so far I have not seen any serious issues.
#23
steve252
If anyone buys for £76 and then submits a £50 cash back claim to Asus, please let us all know!


Steve, just looked at the FAQ's on the ASUS Trade-in website, it says you cannot take part in the promotion if you've used a discount code....
#24
MrPuddington
Shame it is Android. There may be more apps, but most of them are poorly adapted to tablets. Windows 8 gives a much better experience in my experience, plus you get a free upgrade to Windows 10 and security updates for about 10 years.
This one however already has known security issues that will probably never get fixed (like pretty much all Android device except Nexus).
PS: Something is wrong here - the stated dimensions have a diagonal of only 9.8", so how do they fit a screen bigger than the case? Proceed with extreme prejudice...
I'd rather have Android than stupid Dupo Lego tiles. Not seeing the magic in win10, they bought the menu back, I never missed it, using win7. Sparton web browser, I use Firefox. They now support mkv, vlc since day one.
#25
Gort1951
I'd rather have Android than stupid Dupo Lego tiles. Not seeing the magic in win10, they bought the menu back, I never missed it, using win7. Sparton web browser, I use Firefox. They now support mkv, vlc since day one.
The appeal of Windows is quite different from Android. If you want to play games and get access to millions of poorly made free apps that all track you - Android is the way to go. If you want to control what apps can do (run in the background, listen to your microphone etc), Windows has that option. If you like to get upgrade, Windows will have the longer than your device will last. If you like to get real work done, you can even run the desktop on Windows tablets (where some programs are ok, others more of a last resort).

The hardware here would happily run either, so I wish Asus could give customers the choice.
#26
My invoice has just arrived and it shows a price of £106.00 .the £30 discount only shows up on my very account as a refund to my credit card have filled in ASUS claim form just waiting for reply
#27
MrPuddington
Gort1951
I'd rather have Android than stupid Dupo Lego tiles. Not seeing the magic in win10, they bought the menu back, I never missed it, using win7. Sparton web browser, I use Firefox. They now support mkv, vlc since day one.
The appeal of Windows is quite different from Android. If you want to play games and get access to millions of poorly made free apps that all track you - Android is the way to go. If you want to control what apps can do (run in the background, listen to your microphone etc), Windows has that option. If you like to get upgrade, Windows will have the longer than your device will last. If you like to get real work done, you can even run the desktop on Windows tablets (where some programs are ok, others more of a last resort).
The hardware here would happily run either, so I wish Asus could give customers the choice.
I use win7 and linux on the desktop, I have an Android tablet that can play poorly made apps as you say. The last time I looked at the ms store it had loads of copies of vlc that were charging for a free app.

You can keep your childish tiles, I prefer icons. I don't care if win10 is free, all I see is store icons and bing. I like the Aero look and use Google for searching. What can it offer me. Jack ****.
#28
@MrPuddington - Evidence of "access to millions of poorly made free apps".
#29
Would have been a great buy at £106 but now appears to have gone back up to £129. There is an option to buy with a memory card for £113 but that doesn't seem to work. Ah well £99 with a discount code for a new user isn't too bad.

Edited By: anthonyduffy526 on Feb 01, 2015 21:30: .

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