ASUS-Promised-That-Eee-Pad-Transformer-Will-Offer-71 by Sherverty803


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									 ASUS promised that Eee Pad Transformer
   will offer 178-degree viewing angles and
 their claim is no exaggeration.There is one
   small problem with the screen. Despite
  having great brightness and color density,
    the visibility in sunlight is low, thus it is
     tough to read. But it works brilliantly
indoor.The 5 megapixel camera takes bright
   pictures in the sunlight and the details it
    captures are really amazing.The video
quality is not so good and the camera takes
  some time to response when you click the
  button to take any still photo.Software and
  Performance:The ASUS Eee Pad runs on
  Android 3.0, meaning Honeycomb. It's the
 exclusive tablet oriented OS by Google and
     Asus utilized it beautifully.ASUS has
 developed its own onscreen keyboard and
surprisingly it's better than the Honeycomb's
 default keyboard.Audio and video features
  work smoothly. Google Maps and Gmail
   work effortlessly. The Recent Apps key
   shows an overview of open apps. It can
     show up to five open apps.The only
    problem is that sometimes the tablet
 response to your screen taps is a bit slow
    and Honeycomb response becomes
     slower.The browsing experience is
satisfactory. You can inch to zoom?any text
    or image.The battery life of Eee Pad
Transformer is decent. It can withstand five
  hours of activity. The keyboard dock also
extends battery performance by another six
   hours.Final Verdict:The ASUS Eee Pad
Transformer may not beat the iPad when it
      comes to overall beauty and fast
    performance but it can definitely beat
    Motorola Xoom, which is a very tough
   competitor and one of the best Android
 tablet.The USP of this tablet is it packs so
   many things all those features performs
                   very well.

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By the way ,i would like to introduce one product for you Asus
T101MT-EU37-BK Asus tablet I also received this netbook as part of the
Nvidea legal settlement It is a poor replacement for the HP Tablet notebook it
is replacing, but it is better than nothing The notebook it is replacing was
completely dead
 I've upgraded to Windows 7 Home Premium from the "Starter" version
supplied with the unit Why ASUS ships it with the "Starter" version is hard to
understand The touch scrreen requires the upgrade to be fully functional
 I also upgraded it to 2 GB of RAM It is interesting to note that the available
slot for a RAM upgrade is empty from the factory There is 1 GB of RAM
installed internally
 this is not discussed in the available documentation I contacted ASUS
technical support to determine the correct parts to do the upgrade since it is
not addressed in the available documentation
 The response that I received said to use a 2 GB module installed in the
available slot They also provided the specs for the type of RAM to use
 I purchased that part and installed it At first it appeared to be working as the
netbook was now reporting 2 GB of RAM installed
However, there was a problem with powering the unit on
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