ASUS Transformer Pad TF300T Android tablet

ASUS Transformer Pad TF300 review: A competitively priced Android tablet that doesn't skimp on too many features

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Linda K

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Pros
Comes with the dock
Cons
Numerous Problems
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I purchased this tablet last April 2013. Within 2 months I had to send it back to Asus for repairs. The screen had lines through it and the colors were faded. It cost me $25 for package materials and shipping.
Ever since then it has been one problem after another and things seem to be getting worse. The touch screen does not always respond. It tells me I have no internet connection. It freezes up. Icons disappear and I have to go search for them or uninstall and then reinstall the app. I have to manually refresh my data constantly.
Last week, I had to do a factory reset because the tablet suddenly kept rebooting over and over again. It was a nightmare to work fast enough to do the reset before the tablet rebooted. I lost important data and pictures because I didn't get the chance to back them up. Lesson: don't put anything of importance on the tablet.
Now less than a week later, I have to do another factory reset because the tablet will not charge using the power chord.. I have to attach it to the dock in order to charge the tablet up. This is ODD since the dock charges using the power chord.
I have been in touch with customer service EIGHT times in 2 days. No one can explain what is wrong with the tablet, nor do they solve the problem.
I am totally disappointed in Asus as a company. The tech support is worthless. They know nothing about solving any problems consumers have with their tablets.
I can't believe all of the good reviews and am starting to believe they are fake.

Steve Bobs

4.5

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Pros
Many Ports, Plastic Is Easy To Handle(better than metal I think
Cons
Screen Could Be A Bit Brighter
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Great for the price!

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