After having multiple Transformer Primes plagued with quality and usability issues I hope Asus can do better for Google. I'll stick with what you guys affectionately call "iCrap" until something really competes on ALL fronts. ...user experience and build quality included.
[citation][nom]kenyee[/nom]If it's $199 w/ a good IPS screen, I'm in.The Kindle Fire has a crappier screen than the Nook Color/Tablet but no one seems to care because it's tied into Amazon's ecosystem... [/citation]
Ecosystem makes a huge difference for most consumers and it also creates loyalty.
[citation][nom]Halcyon[/nom]After having multiple Transformer Primes plagued with quality and usability issues I hope Asus can do better for Google. I'll stick with what you guys affectionately call "iCrap" until something really competes on ALL fronts. ...user experience and build quality included.[/citation]
You need a TF101. Now it has ICS, too. Mine is rock-stable and fast as hell. And the KB dock is priceless.
[citation][nom]house70[/nom]You need a TF101. Now it has ICS, too. Mine is rock-stable and fast as hell. And the KB dock is priceless.[/citation]
I really like how svelte the TF201 is. However, I hope Asus can get its quality control issues resolved. In 2012 dead and stuck pixels aren't a good selling point...but apparently Asus didn't get that memo.
I wouldn't use a google tablet even if they were giving them away for free - why? The spy on you 24/7, copy all your data to your servers, do with it anything they want, and give you biased advertisements so that they can make more money out of you. I will keep the kindle fire thank you very much.
[citation][nom]mr_wobbles[/nom]@Halcyon Dont be hatin playa, just add bacon strips C= No really, I would rather have a TF than any Ipad.[/citation]
LOL, I really wanted to like the Transformer Prime. I mean spec-wise and form-factor-wise its the F-22. ...but I'd rather have a perfect F-15E than rather flawed F-22A. ...combat aviation analogies aside I not the absence of the customization of the TF-Prime but I love that the iPad just works precisely as intended, is simple to use, and has no hardware defects I can detect.
I really don't understand why Asus can produce a flawless LCD panel like Apple does (yes folks, I know that neither of them is actually producing the panels themselves, but I sure you understand).
[citation][nom]lemon88[/nom]Wow, seems really amazing! But Im waiting for the iPad 3-rd gen so long time! And have already got many apps papered for it! Such as this iPad spot: http/www.ifunia.com/ipad-column/index.html Which one should I decide to buy? If I have enough budget I would like to buy the two![/citation]
The 32GB seems to be the sweet-spot but I ordered the 64GB. One thing that I've read is that apps optimized for the new high-res display will be significantly larger than than those optimized for the 1024x768 display. ...you could use that as an excuse to justify staying away from the 16GB model.
Though I know the new display won't look quite as nice as that on the iPhone 4 I'm anxious to see how it compares to the 1280x800 that is the best on all other tablets.