Asus Transformer Pad 10.1" TF300T Tablet Review

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Review category: Tablets
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The Asus Transformer Pad 10.1" TF300T Tablet is one of the best bang for the buck tablets on the market. With a 1280x800 IPS panel everything is bright & clear form just about any angle, NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core CPU for it's fast, 32GB model available and more memory can be added, 8MP rear facing camera, WiFi, Bluetooth, a keyboard dock is available and many more feature. It's simply an outstanding tablet.


 

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Anonymous

Just got a question on this tablet. Will it play MKV h.263 and h.264, divx codec formats?

Anonymous

Hey,

I was just wondering if there was a way to watch DVDs on this tablet? Can I connect a DVD player to the tablet or the keyboard? Or is there another way? Thank you.

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New update available. It's the new build, 10.4.2.18.

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Pretty cool, I was playing around with Apples Tablets the other day at BestBuy and can see a place for this kind of stuff in our future. However, a tablet is not going to replace the power needed of my main computer nor will it replace a smart phone for the portability. What a tablet like this can replace however are those bulky laptops.

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Yea, tablets aren't gonna replace PCs any time soon. This particular tablet though is a perfect compromise for anyone who want an affordable table/notebook combo. Add the keyboard dock, mouse and you're in productive mode.

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I'd like to see some other manufacturers have something like ASUS PadFone 2; besides, I'd miss out in on-screen buttons like in ASUS PadFone 1 (the phone, not the tablet). Seeing capacitive buttons in PadFone 2 makes me want to dock a phone to a tablet.

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