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ASUS Transformer Pad TF300T Tegra 3 32GB 10.1" IPS Tablet - White

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  • NVIDIA Tegra 3 1.20GHz
  • 32GB Flash
  • Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • Aaron A.
  • 1/15/2013 9:33:37 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGood tablet, price is a little high

Pros: Good cpu performance, good cache size, good physical size, Android obv has great apps, good wifi, good gps, sturdy enough construction, came with a corner of the back popped a bit out of place but a firm thumb to the plasic popped it right back in place, runs excellently. No issues thusfar once rooted.

Cons: price is higher than other places.

Other Thoughts: Newegg doesnt require shipping signatures, so of course the local driver drops a box on the front porch and never bothered to notify anyone. First package disappeared (no surprise). But they handled the replacement smoothly, even if it did take two weeks and it was late for christmas. So Tablet itself is a 4 of 5. Newegg service 4 of 5.

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  • Marcin M.
  • 1/1/2013 9:24:31 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat tablet

Pros: Good build quality
Fast boot
Easy to use interface

Cons: At this time I really do not have any

Other Thoughts: I have purchased this table for my wife and me. She uses it for school work (purchased the keyboard). The white version looks great as well as the silver keyboard. Good quality for both items. I can see us using this a LOT! for trips as our main computer to surf the web and use skype, for casual fun (watching netflix in bed, games) and for school work for my wife (word docs etc). I love it and am very happy with my decision.

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  • Devra J.
  • 11/28/2012 6:34:42 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsLove it more than my laptop!

Pros: I've been stalking this laptop for a while now...when it went on sale I just had to have it. My daughter started playing with it and wouldn't give it back. Next thing I knew we were buying her one. She and I both agree, we love it more than our laptops. Games are so much fun to play on this tablet. We are working on getting everything working on android so we won't have to boot the laptops at all. We're getting pretty close.

This tablet is fast, responsive, tons of apps on google play. Connects every time. Tethers to my cell phone. Great battery life. Movies look awesome on this tablet. Streaming movies from netflix, hulu plus, NAS drive and crackle. Processor has no problem keeping up, even with hd movies.

Cons: Problem with flash support. Android 4.1 no longer supports flash. I guess I should have tried to download that on google play prior to performing the system updates. Looking for a workaround.

Tablet doesn't let you move apps to microsd card like you would on your cell phone. Not an option on the TF300T and the google app won't let you either because of the asus configuration.

Other Thoughts: If only it could clean my house for me too.....

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  • Alan G.
  • 11/20/2012 7:59:57 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

3 out of 5 eggsPoor Quality Control, Poor Asus Apps

Pros: The first thing I wanna say is that I am a long time user of Asus products and I have always been absolutely satisfied with their products. I currently have two Asus laptops, U81 and G75VW, and I love them both. This, however, is the first product from Asus I cannot fully endorse. I ordered two of these at the recent sale price. If I had paid full price, at least one of them would be going back.

The good: Despite what many others have complained about, the screen is actually very responsive. The transitions are nice and smooth. The brightness, contrast l, etc., are all more than adequate, even with bright surroundings. Yes, its true that its not good enough to view if the Sun is right on it. Seriously, who does that, anyway? The hardware specs, memory, processor, etc., are best in class. This will not compete with a premium i7 core tab, but thats a whole other class at a much, much higher price point. Hdmi out plus keyboard option with USB means this thing could replace an old, slow laptop, or at least provide you the flexibility of and with extended run times that would blow any Netbook away. As for those of you who say there are wifi issues on this tab, you might want to check your router and/or ISP. The wifi on this thing is better than on my HTC Evo 4g LTE.

Cons: The bad: One unit has two stuck on pixels. Asus' policy will only replace screen if there are 3 bright pixels. Not a deal breaker because pixels are so darn tiny nowadays, but still. No excuse for stuck on pixels when you first power up the device. If after, say, several months of use a pixel sticks, well, at least it was good when it left the factory. However, other than the poor quality control on the part of inspector number twelve that missed two stuck on pixels, the tabs are actually well put together.

My real gripe is software/firmware related. First of all, Asus really dropped the ball with the included software and related widgets. Their widgets are just plain old bad. There is also no Asus music player. I have owned many Android devices. The "house" brand music player is always the best. Asus didnt even try. You get stuck with that terrible Play Music app. And, there is not a single good player in the store, so you are stuff outta luck for music on this. Major bummer. I wish I could copy over my HTC music player, picture/video apps, and widgets to this tab. HTC knows how to do it right. Finally, there is a major (at least in my opinion) bug with the firmware that causes files to lose tag information and/or extention during PC to tab transfer. Completely inexcusable. 1/3 of the songs lose some tag data during transfer. Basically, the whole audio/video experience for me on this tab is a washout.

Btw, the camera and video recorder software blows. I mean, its real bad. This tablet does not take good pictures and video. Its very surprising for hardware this good to be so bad at high res pics and video. You have to put effort into making it this bad.

Other Thoughts: Final thoughts: If you can get this on a good sale, its worth it if all you wanna do is surf the web, read books and maybe play a few games on it. This tab is below average at everthing else. Overall, its an average deal if you get this cheap.

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  • Mohammad A.
  • 11/7/2012 8:53:13 PM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAwesome

Pros: 32GB storage, the white color is so sexy, everything's just the same like everybody else are saying in their review.

Cons: none so far

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  • Joel F.
  • 9/14/2012 4:10:27 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsShut out the whiner noise and buy it

Pros: Freakin thing just works. Android rocks on it. Fast, clear, beautiful screen, great camera. Outstanding network functionality. I use this thing on multiple wifi ndtworks, from enterprise setups to coffee shops, to residential. It connects every time. I use it with my tethered iphone and bluetooth; connects everytime. I even use this thing to remote assist in a pinch or connect to my biz server via rdp. It works. Buy one, you'll love it.

Cons: Uhhhmmmm, could be cheaper. Doesn't mow my lawn.

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  • Trevor M.
  • 9/6/2012 2:35:49 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsPost-JellyBean

Pros: I have had great Wifi Coverage Post JB... I don't know why others haven't.
1. great speed.
2. Great look with the white instead of blue.
3. Android works and looks great on it
4. no hiccups or weird things I have to do with it. I always enjoy a device that doesn't require tinkering to make it work. I enjoy tinkering with working things...not broken things.

reviewing andriod:
1. great calendar app. in Tablet view I get a much better layout and month view.
2. Apps look great. I am so glad for apps that make tablet versions such as mint. Keep them coming devs!
3. Battery is excellent. Playing some games like GOF2 THD, Babel Rising, or StrikeFleet Omega I can do for hours if I want (which I don't usually) and still have juice to run the rest of the day.

Cons: 1. Screen could have been more protected with Gorilla Glass or something but I am OK with a leather cover over it.
2. would have liked to see 2 speakers for stereo sound...Make the speakers face the user and put them kitty corner to each other...that way stereo sound is always available no matter how you hold it and the volume we be leaps and bounds over this device.
3. I want a front facing HD camera like the newly announced Kindle HD...but better. Turn the 8MP camera on the back of this device to the front for face time apps and this would become my new phone.

Other Thoughts: I am usually not a "cover up" type of person when it comes to devices. The leather cover I got for this device however allows me to carry it around without the feeling I am going to drop it or bang it against something as I do carrying books all the time.

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  • omari c.
  • 9/3/2012 8:29:56 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggssurprising horrible

Pros: Still turns on

Cons: Wifi is nerve recking, got me constently performing speed test thinking there was something wrong with my network but it was the tablet all along. This th ing hangs to much for it to have 4 cores.(btw tablet passed the speed test every time around 21-23 mbps on 24 mbps service but browers still hangs)
Will not recommend to anyone

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Valued Customer,

I apologize for the issues you are having with your TF300 tablet. Have you updated to Jelly Bean yet? There have been reports that users experience a boost in wi-fi performance after the Jelly Bean update. If you are already updated and still having issues, there might be something wrong with the hardware. You are covered for a year with your manufacturer's warranty though. If needed, we could arrange for the tablet to be sent in for servicing. If you would like further assistance regarding this issue, please feel free to e-mail me at I'll be happy to help.

Best Regards,

ASUS Customer Loyalty

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  • Anonymous
  • 8/27/2012 10:07:11 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsWas great…. Now Sucks !!!

Pros: First, let me start by saying that there are not enough stars to rate this device WHEN IT WAS RUNNING ICS (Ice Cream Sandwich). For all intents and purposes it’s near flawless.
Now, let me continue by saying that one star is way too many rate this device NOW THAT JELLY BEAN was pushed to it.
Jelly Bean has issues connecting to 802.1x networks (i.e.: large offices or colleges). Just use the search engine (that developed Android) and search for ‘Jelly Bean 802.1’ and start reading (get a drink and some chow cause you going to be there for a while). Also when the tablet wakes up from suspend mode, the wifi connection speed is significantly less. Example: tablet running at 52 mbs, after putting the tablet in to suspend mode then waking it up the connection speed is 5 mbs. The noted internet work around is to go in to settings > wifi > forget the network, the reenter the network password – volia 52 mbs (unfortunately you need to do this each time you suspend the device)

Cons: The REAL issue is that ASUS is FORCING users to upgrade (and there is no downgrade option unless you root the device and void your warranty).
After 5 calls to ASUS support:
call 1: you can downgrade,
call 2: we apologize there is no downgrade option,
call 3: supervisor set up RMA,
call 4: called to discuss rma, got another supervisor. He admits that they probably will not be able to duplicate this as they do not have an 802.1 network in their rma facility in Grapevine TX. He does state that if it connects to wifi there they would just send it back. I quickly point out that I know it connects to WEP / WPA2 – I want this to function like ICS. Note: here the interesting part, he states if you got one that had ICS you could disable the update. So off I go to the local store to get ANOTHER TF300T. I get home set it up and the first thing it does is try to upgrade to JB !!!

Other Thoughts: call 5: another super visor, we apologize the is no option to disable the software push.
Now lets examine that: Imagine if that large software company in Redmond Washington, just pushed Vista to all the XP users, or pushed out Win 8 to all the Win 7 users – lawsuits would be filed the first day. Imagine if HP just ‘pushed’ patches to all the users of its server regardless of the consequences, again I believe there would be lawsuits. When I asked the supervisor about this and where legally did they have the right to change a device that I paid for, his reply was ‘that the way the developers wrote it’.
Lastly, I’m not blaming ASUS for a flaw in JB, I am blaming ASUS for NOT GIVING THEIR CUSTOMERS A CHOICE TO UPGRADE OR NOT AND ROLLBACK TO ICS. If you are buying this with ANY intention of using it in your job or school CHECK FIRST because you may want to consider a device from a manufacturer that a:) allows you to rollback or b:) gives you the option of or just sticking with ICS

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  • Scott S.
  • 8/3/2012 2:02:11 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsFantastic Tablet

Pros: Great battery life- I have been streaming Olympic events nonstop for the past week, and after hours and hours of streaming, my battery has hardly taken a hit.

Crisp, clear screen.

Thin and light, yet quite sturdy. Not flimsy at all.

Cons: I do wish it allowed us the ability to delete a few of the home pages, as other Android devices seem able to do. As far as I am aware, you must keep all 5 home pages.

Volume control- I might just have to research this further, but I have yet to find a way to control volume without going into the settings.

Other Thoughts: Fantastic device for the price. You hear so much about ipads, but the Asus Transformer looks better, sounds better, and is better equipped to handle processes above apps and checking Facebook. I'm excited to see what else the tablet can do.

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