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Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101 Mobile Docking

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  • Transform your Eee Pad TF101 Into A Netbook Size PC with keyboard, extra ports and extra battery life
  • Attaches securely to the Eee Pad TF101 via a 40-pin docking port
  • Chiclet Keyboard (92% of full size = netbook size); Multi-Touch Touchpad; 2 x USB 2.0 Ports; SD Card Reader
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.7 x 1.1 x 7.3 inches ; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004U78628
  • Item model number: TF101 DOCKING
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (475 customer reviews)

Product Description

Product Description

Asus Keyboard/Docking Station for Eee Pad Transformer easily switch between tablet and PC mode with the docking station designed especially for the Eee Pad Transformer. The station not only extends the tablet's battery life up to 16 hours1 but also features added functionalities which include a near full-sized QWERTY keyboard, a multi-touch touchpad, 2 USB 2.0 ports, and a 4-in-1 SD card reader.

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Easily switch between tablet and PC mode with the docking station designed especially for the Eee Pad Transformer. The station not only extends the tablet's battery life up to 16 hours1 but also features added functionalities which include a near full-sized QWERTY keyboard, a multi-touch touchpad, 2 USB 2.0 ports, and a 4-in-1 SD card reader.

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Key Features

  • Enhance productivity with the docking station's 92% sized QWERTY keyboard that adds additional 6.5 hours of battery life, to instantly turn the Transformer into PC mode with up to 16 hours of battery life. 1
  • 4-in-1 SD card reader lets users transfer files between their devices and the tablet quickly, easily and safely.
  • Large sized multi-touch touchpad is not only comfortable to use but supports intuitive gesture inputs.
  • Connect mice, keyboards, USB memory sticks and USB HDDs to the tablet with the docking station's 2 USB 2.0 ports for enhanced computing experience.

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Ranked as the #1 most reliable PC brand by 3 independent sources2, readers and editors alike choose ASUS as their trusted notebook and netbook. We tirelessly strive to exceed expectations of quality to ensure you an unmatched peace of mind every time you start your PC.

We also back our commitment with the industry's most comprehensive warranty.

  • 1 year North America warranty
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  • 24/7 tech support

What's in the Box

  • TF101 Tablet Docking Station
  • User manual
  • Specifications

    • Input/Output: 2 x USB 2.0
    • Card Reader: 1 x 4-in-1 Card Reader / MMC / SD (SDHC/SDXC)
    • Battery: 24.4 W/h Li-polymer battery (up to 6.5 hours)1
    • Dimensions: 10.67" x7.28" x 1.1" inches (W x D x H)
    • Weight: 1.41 lbs (with battery)
    • Color: Espresso



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    1 Actual battery life varies with usage. Operation lifetime subject to product model, normal usage conditions and configurations.
    2 Rated number 1 Windows-based PC maker in PCMag.com's Service & Reliability Report 2010. Rated number 1 PC brand according to SquareTrade, the leading direct-to-consumer warranty company (for more information visit http://www.squaretrade.com/pages/laptop-reliability-1109/ ). Rated number 1 reliable PC maker in Q2 2010's RESCUECOM report http://www.rescuecom.com/2010-2nd-Quarter-Computer-Reliability-Report.html

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    Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    You can charge the keyboard by itself, or while docked with the tablet.
    Jason Harrell
    So I would recommend buying from a store like Best Buy so you can see the serial number on the box ahead of time.
    Mike P.
    The chicklet keys are great and make it much easier to figure out which key your finger is on.
    Donato Orlando

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    201 of 204 people found the following review helpful By Donato Orlando on May 6, 2011
    I've had this keyboard for 2 days now. The build quality on the keyboard itself is great and really makes your transformer look like a netbook. There is no flex in the keyboard which I have seen on my expensive laptops. It is only 8% smaller than a standard keyboard so it's been pretty easy for me to type on. In fact I'm typing this review from my keyboard now. The chicklet keys are great and make it much easier to figure out which key your finger is on. The usb ports recognize my ntfs formatted usb hard drive. I don't have an SDXC card to test it out but from what I'm seeing it should be able to read those cards to giving you a big boost in memory in case you could only pick up the 16gb Transformer like most people so far. The trackpad is nice and responsive but a bit too sensitive. I have found my thumbs inadvertantly hitting the trackpad, but you can disable the trackpad and use a usb mouse or bluetooth mouse with your transformer, pluss the touchscreen still works great. There are plenty of dedicated android buttons. Including a screenshot button brightness, volume, media player wifi, bluetooth, home screen, internet, and menu buttons. Having the ctrl buttons are great when I'm using splashtop to control my PC from my Transformer. Too bad it's missing a recent apps key, but that's always on your screen to click anyway.

    Now to the software glitches that keep me from giving this five stars. There are times I've had the keybaord stop responding and have had to remove the transformer and put it back in to get it back on. Also it inadvertantly disables wifi even though my finger was nowhere near that key.
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    167 of 175 people found the following review helpful By Mike P. on June 21, 2011
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    The keyboard is a large reason why someone would choose the Transformer over a different tablet, myself included. If you have used an Asus netbook you will be familiar with the keyboard. Despite the size I find I have no issues typing, the separation between the keys helps and the keypress is a good range and feel. I do have to turn the touchpad off because my large hand keeps tapping in that space and Honeycomb OS doesn't allow you to disable "tap to click". But that is easy because it is one of the great quick keys in the top row. The USB ports are cool for additional storage or game controllers, and the extra SD card is nice for backing up or browsing photos off your digital camera. The extra battery life is extremely convenient when traveling, and having the complete unit in its clamshell adds some perceived sturdiness to the unit (if nothing else, the battery section is protecting the screen from shattering).

    EDIT 01/01/12: As I document further below, this *used* to have a power management problem, and in fact if you receive a serial number B40, B50, or B60, you will need to contact ASUS for a repair. However, I purchased a replacement dock from Best Buy where I could see the serial number began with B90, and it does indeed work great. I've updated my rating to 4 stars.

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    THE FOLLOWING is no longer an issue, but I am leaving in place for posterity
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    The caveat I reference in my title is the battery. Asus designed the keyboard to use
    its battery to keep the Transformer charged, but it has no disconnect circuit. So any time the keyboard is attached, even if your tablet is at 99% or 100% and is in standby (not using power), the keyboard battery discharges at 5% per hour.
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    95 of 98 people found the following review helpful By Alex Tamulis on May 10, 2011
    I finally got my Transformer companion piece, the TF101 Keyboard/Docking Station. I preordered it on amazon.ca and memory express and the latter called me yesterday to let me know it had arrived. I heavily used the tablet itself for 2 weeks before having the docking station, and I've been using it docked for 2 days now.

    The docking station turns your tablet into a netbook that weighs a bit under 3 pounds (the keyboard weighs 1.4 pounds by itself). The two fit together easily and there's a slider lock that locks it into place. Even when docked, you can still use the touchscreen for everything except the touchscreen keyboard. The Function keys are all optimized for Android OS and boy, they're handy. You can toggle Wi-fi and Bluetooth on/off, adjust the screen brightness, access your browser, search on Google, access the Settings, all with its dedicated key. The chiclet style keyboard is 92% of full-size keyboards and the keys are very responsive. Same goes for the trackpad. Sometimes it can be a bit too responsive depending how hard you press against it.

    There are 2 USB ports that are accessible via a piece that flaps open but it seems to be a magnet-like piece, so be ready to use your nails to pull it out. I bite my nails and it was a bit hard to get to them, but nothing major. I tested the USB ports with various devices: USB portable hard drive (1TB) and a 16GB USB drive. I posted a few pics on this page for you to see.

    I also used a bluetooth mouse (Logitech M505) and it worked flawlessly. The external drives were recognized immediately and icons pop up at the bottom of the screen to inform you that an external hard drive has been plugged in.
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