What is Right and What is Wrong with the Asus EEE Pad Transformer Tablet (2012)

asus eee pad transformer tablet

Tablets nowadays are quite the rage especially among the techie and young urban professionals. However, not everybody can afford to own one.  Thus, Asus introduced the EEE Pad Transformer tablet to cater to this market.  Some people might think that this item has got it all wrong but in reality there are also things that are quite right with this product in terms of features and price.

What is Right

Depending on the hard drive memory, Asus EEE Pad Transformer can be acquired anywhere between $399.00 to $499.00.  Computer fans might be in for a shock after hearing about some of the features offered by this product.  Since it was first introduced last year, this item is one of the best and popular pick among Honeycomb Android devices in the market and its latest model works with the Ice Cream Sandwich as well. In addition, it’s size is really comparable with popular tablets like that of Samsung.  Another exciting feature of this product is its IPS display.  It uses the same technology approach used in iPad 2, thus; it offers better and wide viewing angle, color, and texture.

What is Wrong

What is wrong with the product is that there are only two colors available and one of which is susceptible to fingerprints visibility.  While the new version may have included new connecting ports, attaching these connections tend to make this product quite heavier.  Also, the mobile dock of the new version is not compatible with the previous Asus EEE Pad Transformer.  The Micro SD capacity is quite low and does not augur well with those who enjoy heavy audio and video files.

Well, you just cannot have it all.  Even the most sophisticated tablets do have some flaws.  What is important is that you can have an affordable tablet loaded with features that are comparable with other popular brands with the Asus EEE Pad Transformer tablet.

About Maria Marilyn:
Maria Marilyn is the editor of TechBugs. Catch her on this blog and on Twitter.

Maria Marilyn is the editor of TechBugs. Catch her on this blog and on Twitter.

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