|Screen Size||10.1 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1028 x 800 pixels|
|Processor||1.2 GHz Tegra 3.0|
|RAM||1 GB DDR3|
|Hard Drive||32 GB|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||10 hours|
ASUS TF300 B1-WH 10.1-Inch 32GB Tablet (White)
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- Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, 10.1 inches Display
- NVIDIA® Tegra® 3 T30L Quad-Core @1.2Ghz
- Ram: 1GB DDR3
- 802_11_BGN wireless, Bluetooth v3.0
- Display: 10.1" WXGA (1280 × 800) LED Backlight IPS panel, 10 finger multi-touch, 350nits
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The ASUS 32GB Transformer Pad TF300T Tablet (White) features a 10.1" LED backlit, capacitive IPS display with 10-finger multi-touch support and WXGA 1280 x 800 resolution.10.1" WXGA IPS Touch Panel/NVIDIA Tegra 3 (1.2Ghz)/1GB DDR3/NVIDIA Tegra 3/32GB Flash/Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)/802.11BGN/1.2MP & 8MP Camera/Bluetooth 3.0/Polymer 22W/h (10 Hours)/G-Sensor/E-Compass/GPS/Light Sensor/Gyroscope/1 Year North America Warranty. The Transformer Pad also has a docking port and an optional keyboard docking station (sold separately) that can be attached, providing access to a full QWERTY keyboard - transforming it from tablet to notebook.What's in the box: ASUS 32GB Transformer Pad TF300T 10.1" Tablet (White), Power Supply and 1-Year Warranty.
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On my first tablet from amazon, the tablet had a small cluster of issues of dead/stuck pixels. This can't be seen with certain background colors when on the net, viewing pics, or even watching a movie. I returned the first tablet and received a replacement from amazon. The second tablet had one stuck pixel on the center of the screen that can easily be seen with certain colors: white, green, blue, and red. In less than two weeks, another stuck pixel occurred on the bottom right. (When holding the tablet in its longest vertical position) This pixel would be easily seen with the display colors of red, black, white, and blue. I have read issues on the transformer forums on some tablets with pixel issues, dust issues between the glass and touch panel. (I didn't have the dust issues, just the pixel issues) On the forum many have posted that they have had some stuck pixel issues and didn't bother them too much. However, if I am forking out a good chunk of my hard earned money for an item, I expect it to not have any manufacturing/ quality control issues. Also in the forums, there were mentions of the quality control issues being hit or miss. I am returning the 2nd replacement and am stepping up to to the TF700T Asus Transformer Infinity tablet. More than I would like to spend, but this is supposedly there flagship tablet and hope that there aren't any issues that were plagued with the TF300T. Aside from these screen/pixel issues, the tablet functionality, design, interface was just what I wanted out of an Android tablet. Btw.....the two TF300T experiences, they were both the white, 32gb versions. One thing to note, I mainly used the tablet as a internet, netflix, photo/video playback and comics reading device. I didn't maximize the brightness at any time. The brightness setting was in the middle. Also, FYI, there are videos on youtube that will display a full screen of a single color and then cycle to various colors if anyone ever wants to check to see if there pixels are displaying colors properly.
I've waited to review this purchase until I've had some significant time using the tablet. Overall, I like and and could recommend it. It has some flaws, but what computing device doesn't.
I purchased a Kindle Fire about six months before this, hoping that I could find a cheaper way to enter the tablet rage. I like the Fire, too, but found that the screen is too small for my aging eyes for the fairly extensive amount of reading I do online through blogs, websites, news pages, etc. So I use the Fire more as an ereader now, with the flexibility to get online with it periodically, too.
I shopped for some time and landed on the Asus. The screen is bright and clear. The touch screen is generally responsive, though in some apps less so. I also bought a stylus to help with those tiny hyperlinks on some pages, because I found that it was occasionally difficult to land where I wanted to.
I was hoping to use it mostly for pleasure, but occasionally for business, and that's where it's been mildly disappointing. I was hoping to connect it to a projector to show powerpoint files I've created on my laptop, and I searched far and wide for apps that would enable me to do that. Finally found Teamviewer, and it does what I want, and the miniHDMI to VGA connector displays the screen, but despite playing with settings on both the Asus and the projector, it still squeezes the screen to make the display on the projector unacceptable.
I use it often for reading online the various blogs and news sites I frequent, and have used some apps (such as USA Today)that make that easier still.
It's never frozen up on me (as has almost every PC I've ever owned - even the ones I really liked), there's plenty of memory for some music, photos and videos to be stored. I will say that I'm a little disappointed in the ability to playback certain types of video files - perhaps that's more a function of the software than the Asus.
All in all, a user-friendly, enjoyable tool for getting online, doing a little business (though it will never replace my laptop), and I continue to discover new ways to use it even several months after purchasing it.