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Cons: Product performance is not stable and hardware is cheap and doesn't last after 1 year.
Other Thoughts: I strongly warn against buying this product unless you get an extended warranty from the retailer. Mine GPS went out after a few months, then after a major update from ASUS the tablet was as laggy as the poorest forming tablet you can find. Finally, my LCD screen died rignt after the manufacturer's warranty expired.
I should've known when I saw how cheaply built this plastic product is. I only really enjoyed it for about 6 months after purchase, that too short of time even for cost of these tablets. I'll NEVER buy a cheap ASUS product again.
You've been warned!!!
Pros: versatile having the keyboard.
Cons: ever since the last two updates this things freezes up and crashes all the time. I hardly use my tablet now. I came back on here just to warn folks not to waste their money. this product use to be good, but ASUS doesn't care about it anymore add it is time for them to sell their next new product. I'm not an ASUS fan anymore
Other Thoughts: don't waste your money, this product is outdated. Asus productsREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: I love my Transformer TF300 and the versitility of having a dock. However, after several weeks of usage I did notice a few things that made me wish for better design. But for a 32GB at $399 shipped (no tax payed, free shipping, from new egg)it's a no brainer. Because you cant beat the price of 96GB pad (32 miniSD + 32gb SD in the Dock + 32 gb internal pad = 96GB), and the Ice Scream Sandwhich OS, and the "Netbook-Like" functionality, I have to give this atleast 4+ stars.
Cons: I Just wish this TF300 pad had a nice solid metal body, brighter display, and gorilla glass like the Prime and others. Asus, why can't we have our cake and eat it too. Why can't Asus produce a nice sturdy Pad like the Prime without it's inherent issues with the metal body?
Other Thoughts: First I do get a little lag every now and then, even a little freezing of apps. I'm trying to ignore this hopping it'll fix itself. It could be certain apps i'm using, but who knows, afterall that's the whole point of these android tablets...APPS. My main gripe about this pad is that it is PLASTIC arghh#$%@!. Why is this my big problem? Becase when you lift open the pad from the closed "laptop" position I notice I sometimes pull away the plastic edge near the camera. Also at the base of the charge port is the same issue with the skinny piece of thin plastic covering. I'm noticing this almost on all edges. This continues to be an issue with my Poetic brand case (an excellent case btw), because the pad's cheap plastic covering keeps getting ripped appart along the edges. Now i have to be extra carefull. I still love it but wish it was constructed better like the Prime minus the inherent issues I can't live with.READ FULL REVIEW