Asus Tablet PCs

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Google Nexus 7 (2013) (16 GB)
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Asus Nexus 7 (2013) (16 GB)

Screen Size: 7.02"; Connectivity: Wi-Fi only; CPU cores: 4; Operating system: Android/Linux, …

The increase in price from the original Nexus 7 model to the 2013 revision brings with it an impressive increase in performance, a much classier design and a display that trumps everything else out …

1 review | 1 opinion (Above average)

 

Nexus 7 (2012) (8 GB)
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Asus Nexus 7 (2012) (8GB)

Screen Size: 7"; Connectivity: Wi-Fi only; CPU cores: 4; Operating system: Android/Linux, …

"FOR: Incredible price; lightweight but solid; fluid OS; text is sharp, video detailed; decent sound. AGAINST: Some gaps in tablet-specific app offerings; some features still to be fully …

1 review

 

Asus Google Nexus 7 (2012) (16 GB)
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Asus Google Nexus 7 (2012) (16 GB)

Screen Size: 7"; Connectivity: Wi-Fi only; CPU cores: 4; Operating system: Android/Linux, …

"Portability, price and performance give the Nexus 7 serious appeal."

2 reviews | 187 opinions (Above average)

 

 
K008
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Asus Nexus 7 (2013)

Screen Size: 7.02"; Connectivity: Wi-Fi only; CPU cores: 4; Operating system: Android/Linux, …

The best feature of Google's re-visited Nexus 7 is its stunning screen, but its performance is also excellent according to The Inquirer. Its dual cameras are an improvement over the previous

16 reviews | 62 opinions (Above average)

 

More information at: S21, 9/2013 Google Nexus 7 (2013) The successor to the Android tablet that revolutionised Android tablets is here, and it promises to be at least every bit as good as the previous model. … to review

Memo Pad 10.1
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Asus MeMO Pad 10

Screen Size: 10.1"; Connectivity: Wi-Fi only; CPU cores: 2; Operating system: Android/Linux, …

It's easy nowadays to find very good 7-inch tablets at very affordable prices, but not so much 10-inch models, making Asus' MemoPad FHD 10 a great proposition in Expert Reviews' eyes, …

3 reviews

 

90NK00C1-M00070
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Asus Transformer Pad TF701T (32 GB)

Screen Size: 10.1"; Connectivity: Wi-Fi only; CPU cores: 4; Operating system: Android/Linux, …

It's more expensive than the iPad Air and Sony's Xperia Tablet Z, but the Transformer Pad TF701T is well worth the premium in Expert Reviews' opinion, provided you need it for

2 reviews

 

More information at: ZDNet, 11/2013 Asus Transformer Pad TF701T review: A productive Android tablet/keyboard combo Asus was one of the few companies to successfully produce a laptop/tablet Android hybrid with its Transformer, and now it's revisiting that winning formula with the Transformer Pad TF701T. … to review

Google Nexus 7 (2012)
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Asus Nexus 7 (2012)

Screen Size: 7"; Connectivity: Wi-Fi only; CPU cores: 4; Operating system: Android/Linux, …

Mobile Phones UK were disappointed when the Google Nexus 7 did not meet their high expectations, especially when compared to the iPad. It is missing a lot of features that they would have liked to …

23 reviews | 187 opinions (Above average)

 

Transformer Book T100 T (32 GB)
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Asus Transformer Book T100T (32GB)

Screen Size: 10.1"; Connectivity: Wi-Fi only; CPU cores: 4; Operating system: Windows 8

The low price tag of the Transformer Book T100 shows in its plasticky build quality, boring design and stingy internal storage space, but in all other respects it's a truly fantastic device for

4 reviews | 31 opinions (Above average)

 

More information at: Mobile Choice, 11/2013 Asus Transformer Book T100t A very competitive price tag that even includes a copy of Office 2013 makes the Transformer Book T100t hybrid a tempting offering, but exactly what corners have been cut to make it so affordable? … to review

Transformer Pad TF 701 T
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Asus Transformer Pad TF701T

Screen Size: 10.1"; Connectivity: Wi-Fi only; CPU cores: 4; Operating system: Android/Linux, …

The high price of the Transformer Pad TF701T is not so hard to swallow when its stunning display, excellent performance and fantastic keyboard dock are considered. It's not the lightest or the

7 reviews

 

More information at: Mobile Choice, 10/2013 Asus Transformer Pad TF701T The Transformer Pad TF701T is one of the few Android laptop/tablet hybrids aimed squarely at business users. However, can Android compete with Windows when it comes to productivity? … to review

Transformer Pad Infinity 700 (WiFi, Quad-core) (2012)
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Asus Transformer Pad Infinity (2012)

Screen Size: 10.1"; Connectivity: Wi-Fi only; CPU cores: 4; Operating system: Android/Linux

If money is not an issue and the iPad is not an option for you, the Transformer Pad Infinity is the tablet to go for, say TechRadar. The display is absolutely gorgeous, build quality is top notch and

12 reviews

 

More information at: TrustedReviews, 8/2012 Asus Transformer Pad Infinity Asus have a reputation of releasing unique products that offer a refreshing change of scene in a monotonous tablet market. Will their latest creation live up to the Asus name? … to review

 
Transformer Pad TF300 T
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Asus Transformer Pad TF300T

Screen Size: 10.1"; Connectivity: Wi-Fi only; CPU cores: 4; Operating system: Android/Linux, …

The 10.1 inch hybrid Transformer Pad TF300T tablet and keyboard dock has a distinctive design and is versatile, as can be used as a tablet or as a netbook style device. PC Advisor say that the build

11 reviews

 

More information at: ZDNet, 6/2012 Asus Transformer Pad TF300T Asus have previously released some highly successful hybrid tablets, but will the new Transformer Pad TF300T also be a hit? … to review

Asus Transformer Pad TF300
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Asus Transformer Pad TF300

Screen Size: 10.1"; Connectivity: Wi-Fi only; CPU cores: 4; Operating system: Android/Linux, …

No Flash and altered hardware are all that separate the Transformer Pad 300 from its renowned sibling. If those aspects do not go against your expectations of a tablet, then this is a reasonable …

16 reviews

 

MeMo Pad HD 7
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Asus MeMO Pad HD7

Screen Size: 7"; Connectivity: Wi-Fi only; CPU cores: 4; Operating system: Android 4, …

All budget devices entail compromises, and the MeMO Pad HD 7 is no exception: the cameras are mediocre, it feels cheap and plasticky, it looks dull, and there's no 3G option. However, everything …

11 reviews | 6 opinions (Excellent)

 

Transformer Book T 100
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Asus Transformer Book T100

Screen Size: 10.1"; Connectivity: Wi-Fi only; CPU cores: 4

Reviewers at Ars Technica were in two minds about the Transformer Book T100. On one hand, its performance is impressive for what is basically a netbook, its hybrid design is very versatile, and …

8 reviews | 31 opinions (Above average)

 

Transformer Book T100T (64 GB)
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Asus Transformer Book T100 (64GB)

Screen Size: 10.1"; Connectivity: Wi-Fi only; CPU cores: 4; Operating system: Windows 8, …

Cheaper and far more flexible than Microsoft's Surface 2, the Transformer Book T100 is a superb hybrid for the money that cuts the right corners to achieve a very affordable price tag without …

2 reviews

 

Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T (64GB) (2012)
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Asus Transformer Pad Infinity (64GB) (2012)

Screen Size: 10.1"; Connectivity: Wi-Fi only; CPU cores: 4; Operating system: Android/Linux

"A very capable iPad alternative and one of the best Android tablets around."

2 reviews

 

MeMO Pad ME371MG
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Asus Fonepad (16 GB)

Screen Size: 7"; Connectivity: Wi-Fi + UMTS; CPU cores: 1; Operating system: Android/Linux, …

Phone functionality aside, Asus' Fonepad is possibly the best 7-inch tablet on the market right now, beating even the Nexus 7 thanks to its gorgeous design and expandable storage. Performance is

11 reviews

 

More information at: Mobile Choice, 5/2013 Asus Fonepad Although it's easy to confuse it with the Padfone, the Fonepad is actually a much more conventional device, as it's simply a tablet with 3G capabilities. But will you be putting this 7-inch slab to your ear to make phone calls? … to review

VivoTab TF810C
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Asus Vivo Tab TF810C

Screen Size: 11.6"; Connectivity: Wi-Fi only; CPU cores: 2; Operating system: Windows 8

Overall, the VivoTab TF810C makes a good case for itself owing to its decent, if not mindblowing, performance, excellent battery life and keyboard dock, which makes it a good option for those who …

1 review

 

Asus Vivo Tab RT Wi-Fi (32 GB)
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Asus Vivo Tab RT Wi-Fi (32 GB)

Screen Size: 10.1"; Connectivity: Wi-Fi only; CPU cores: 4

7 reviews

 

More information at: Know Your Mobile, 10/2012 Asus Vivo RT review: First look The Vivo RT is the smaller sibling of the Vivo Tab, sporting an ARM CPU and running Windows RT, as its name suggests. Is it a better buy for road warriors than its stablemate? … to review

Vivo Tab Smart ME400
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Asus Vivo Tab Smart

Connectivity: Wi-Fi only; CPU cores: 2; Operating system: Windows 8

The slim profile and low weight of the Vivotab ME400 make it an attractive proposition right from the off, and its long battery life and huge storage capacity for the price make it even more …

17 reviews | 1 opinion (Excellent)

 

 

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Product information and further reviews

Asus Transformer Pad 300 PC Pro 8/2012 - The step down from the Full HD Transformer Pad Infinity 700 seeks to prove that it deserves just as much attention as its bigger sibling.

Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T Expert Reviews 8/2012 - Recent developments from Apple have changed the game for tablets. Can Asus prove that their new fondleslab can still compete?

Google Nexus 7 hands on The Inquirer 6/2012 - The Asus-built Nexus 7 is Google's first own-brand tablet and it's meant as a showcase for Android Jelly Bean, as well as a response to the Kindle Fire. The Inquirer take it for a quick test drive.

Asus Transformer Pad TF300 Register Hardware 6/2012 - The Transformer Prime is an excellent hybrid tablet but as it's very expensive, it's out of many people's price range. Asus have launched a more affordable alternative, the Transformer Pad TF300.

Asus Transformer Pad 300 Know Your Mobile 5/2012 - Asus have extended their range of versatile hybrid tablets and the Transformer Pad 300 is the more affordable offering.

Asus Transformer Pad TF300T Expert Reviews 5/2012 - Asus' clever Transformer range of laptop/tablet hybrids has a new entry-level model, the Transformer Pad TF300T. Expert Reviews put it through their paces to see whether it's worth forking over for.

Asus Transformer Pad TF300 The Inquirer 5/2012 - A tablet-laptop hybrid seems like the perfect solution for those who want portability as well as productivity, but does the Transformer Pad TF300 try to bite off more than it can chew?

Asus Transformer Pad TF300 Wired 5/2012 - The Asus Transformer Pad TF300 hybrid tablet is the cheaper version of the popular Transformer Prime. Does the lower price mean lower quality?

Transformer Pad TF300T PC Advisor 6/2012 - Asus have launched the new 10.1 inch Transformer Pad TF300T Android hybrid tablet. Is this a good choice if you are looking for a versatile tablet?

Asus Transformer Pad Infinity 700 CNET.co.uk 3/2012 - The Asus Transformer Pad Infinity 700 follows on from the previous Transformer Prime, offering some upgraded specs.

Slick, versatile and high-spec. This is Prime tablet design What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision 7/2012 - The tablet market already offers a wealth of Android alternatives to the Apple iPad, making standing out from the crowd a real challenge. The original Asus Eee Pad tablet came with one obvious selling point - the addition of a keyboard dock, complete with its own battery and improved connectivity. ...

Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime Computer act!ve 2/2012 - The Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime is the most recent Android tablet from the brand but it offers something a bit different from your average tablet. Is the detachable keyboard a useful feature?

Asus Transformer Prime What Mobile Online 3/2012 - Following on from the original version, the Asus Transformer Prime features a new quad-core processor for speedier performance.

Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime TF201 IT Reviews 2/2012 - Asus has chosen not to alter the original Eee Pad Transformer's design, opting instead to update its innards for its latest incarnation.

Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime ZDNet 1/2012 - The previous Asus Eee Pad Transformer was very successful, so Asus are hoping to replicate this with the Eee Pad Transformer Prime. Find out what alterations have been made.

The First Ultratablet Wired 1/2012 - Now that the tablet market is becoming increasingly crowded, it will take something special to really stand out. Introducing Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime, the first quad-core tablet running Android 4.0.

Asus Transformer Prime initial impressions Coolsmartphone.com 1/2012 - Asus' Transformer Prime had a catastrophic release - models in the USA had some hardware and firmware problems, an updated version was announced before this model even got to the UK and the pre-order process was difficult. Does this overshadow the device itself?

ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime Know Your Mobile 1/2012 - The Eee Pad Transformer Prime caused quite a stir of anticipation when it was announced. Now that it's hit the shelves, it's time to see whether it delivers or disappoints.

ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime review: first look Know Your Mobile 12/2011 - Maybe it's because of its Tegra 3 chipset or because of its keyboard dock, but the Eee Pad Transformer Prime is the talk of the town.

Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime The Gadget Show 1/2012 - Following on from the popular Eee Pad Transformer which rivalled the iPad, Asus have released the Transformer Prime. Does it have the same potential?

Google Nexus 7 (2013) Wired.com 8/2013 - When the Nexus 7 came out, it was a huge hit and pretty much everything the market was demanding from an Android tablet. Today there are many more very capable competitors around, however, so its successor needs to put on a very impressive performance if it wants to keep its crown.

Google Nexus 7 (2013) Stuff TV 8/2013 - So impressive and popular was the original Nexus 7 that it's believed to be the gadget that finally persuaded Apple to build a smaller iPad. For this 2013 version Google's really raised the bar, with Apple-matching attention to detail in design and an Apple-smashing screen resolution. ...

Touch Netbook in 10 inch format Notebookjournal.de 4/2010 - After its 9 inch predecessor, the T91 Multitouch Mini, turned out to only be mediocre, its big brother now has to face the critical eyes of our editors. Review details: Single Test. Test criteria were features, display, ergonomics, performance, mobility and processing.

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