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Great tablet, everyday something new comes out, this tablet gives all that is needed for the price way more than others, don't second guess yourself. If this is one you are looking at just buy it.
By walter on December 5, 2012
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I am going to wait. Had the TF201, but sent back because of the GPS issue.
The two factors making me wait are the lack of Gorilla Glass and the brightness of the display (not the resolution). I plan on using it heavily outside, and both of these can make a significant difference when out of doors.

By Kyle on April 25, 2012
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If you purchase the keyboard with it, yes. The tablet itself does not have a USB port, just a Micro SD card slot and a Micro HDMI port.
By Gerald W Sapatka Jr on June 24, 2013
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What they mean by "Nonstandard" is that you probably can't replace the battery. It's a lithium battery that is built in, so you can't simply go to the store and replace it.
The battery is rated for 10 hours by Asus. That would probably translate to something like 8 hours for typical use. Results will vary depending… see more
What they mean by "Nonstandard" is that you probably can't replace the battery. It's a lithium battery that is built in, so you can't simply go to the store and replace it.
The battery is rated for 10 hours by Asus. That would probably translate to something like 8 hours for typical use. Results will vary depending how you are using it, brightness, wifi, GPS, etc....
Also the optional keyboard dock has a battery in it that will add another 5 hours of use to it. Probably more like 4 in real world use though. So there could be potentially be a total of 12 hours or so if you get the keyboard dock too. see less

By SSF on April 26, 2012
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The Tablet itself has 32gb installed memory, it can also take up to a 32gb micro sd card.....hope this help.
By Joseph Jones on March 11, 2013
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No. The TF-300 does not have usb ports of any kind. It has a proprietary connection on the device to charge, which will terminate to a USB 3.0 connection at the end of the cable. Due to its USB 3.0 termination, it has trouble with connecting to some computers that only have USB 2.0
By Andrew D. Esquivel on October 15, 2012
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Google offers free updates.......cause Android is free. Now whether you get updates depends completely on the manufacturer of your device. Since Android is used on many different devices it's up to each specific manufacturer to adapt the Android OS to their specific devices and maintain them. It is completely at the… see more Google offers free updates.......cause Android is free. Now whether you get updates depends completely on the manufacturer of your device. Since Android is used on many different devices it's up to each specific manufacturer to adapt the Android OS to their specific devices and maintain them. It is completely at the manufacturer's discretion.
That being said, Asus has been very good about updating and running the latest and greatest version of Android possible on their tablets. How long they will keep supporting and updating the TF300, I don't know. Depends on the hardware requirements of future versions of Android and Asus.
Since Android is open-source, there is always the possibility of outside sources supporting the TF300. A group like cyanogen is well known for supporting Android for many different devices. see less

By SSF on May 13, 2012
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Uhh, with a credit card????? Sorry, the weird personality pops up once in a while. On top of the tablet, centered, is a slot for the charger to plug into. If you have it connected to the keyboard, on the left side of the keyboard is the same plug in. Hope this helps.
By Phil York on February 3, 2014
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Probably looks a bit more blue in sunlight. But I definitely prefer the dark blue on this to the other colors. Personally prefer dark colors for my electronics.
By SSF on April 26, 2012
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Settings -> about tablet, and one of the items on the list should be "android version" or something similar. There should also be a "system update" option. You can check for updates there and it should download it if one is available
By William C Ratliff on March 15, 2013