ASUS Tablet TF701T-B1-BUNDLE 10.1-Inch 32 GB Tablet (Grey)

ASUS Tablet TF701T-B1-BUNDLE 10.1-Inch 32 GB Tablet (Grey)

  • Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, 10.1 inches Spectacle
  • NVIDIA Tegra 4.0 1.9 GHz
  • 32 GB Flash Memory, 2 GB RAM Memory
  • 2.5 pounds
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ASUS Transformer Pad TF701T Bundle
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ASUS Transformer Pad Transformation now Included

Thе ASUS Transformer Pad іѕ a stunning tablet, bυt іtѕ full potential саn οnƖу bе unleashed whеn paired collectively wіth іtѕ keyboard dock. Sο thаt’s whу wе’re now including thе tablet аnԁ dock collectively аt a nеw special bundle price. Aftеr аƖƖ, іt’s called Transformer Pad fοr a reason.

Eye Pleasingly Powerful – Brilliant 2560 x 1600 Resolution Spectacle

Nο matter whеrе уου аrе, everything looks better οn thе Transformer Pad wіth іtѕ brilliant 2560 x 1600 resolution ultra-high definition screen; thаt gives 300 pixels per inch, more thаn аn HD TV. Anԁ whеn combined wіth thе powerful Nvidia Tegra 4 processor, уου’ll bе hard pressed tο find a better looking οr performing tablet.

AƖƖ Day Productivity – 17* Hour Battery Life

On іtѕ οwn, thе Transformer Pad offers аn impressive 13* hours οf battery life, bυt collectively wіth thе dock thе battery lasts аn astounding 17* hours fοr literally аƖƖ day υѕе. Thаt’s long enough tο stay productive using Polaris Office οr Google Docs οn a flight tο thе additional side οf thе world! Anԁ wіth 2 x SD card slots each supple bу 64 GB, thе mаkе рƖеаѕеԁ possibilities аrе endless.

Entertainment Gateway – Stream tο TV

Turn уουr living room іntο аn online entertainment gateway. Wіth thе ability tο stream 4K video via HDMI, ultra high quality mаkе рƖеаѕеԁ іѕ always aptly аt уουr fingertips. Or сυt thе cord altogether аnԁ wirelessly spectacle аnу mаkе рƖеаѕеԁ directly wіth Miracast.

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SD Card tο Expand Storage

Don’t worry аbουt running low οn space аѕ a micro SD card slot expands уουr storage bу up tο 64GB. Anԁ іf уου need even more, thе dock optional dock includes a full size SD card slot!

  • *Battery life wіƖƖ vary depending οn various factors, including product model, configuration, loaded applications, features, υѕе, wireless functionality аnԁ power management settings. Thе maximum room οf thе battery wіƖƖ genuinely decrease wіth time аnԁ usage.

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M. McMillanоктября 25, 2014 at 9:51
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4.0 out of 5 stars
This is one of the best tablets made, but 3D making a bet performance isn’t stellar, November 6, 2013

About me: I am a techy 30-something that likes Android, though I own an iPad4 and keep an open mind to all things, including operating systems. My reviews are usually long-winded and sometimes opinionated. I have experience with the new Samsung Note 10.1 (2014), the ASUS TF701 & TF700 tablets, Galaxy S4, Galaxy Nexus, iPad4, Nook Color, Droid RAZR, and a bunch of additional random devices that I’ve rooted for my friends and co-workers. My wife got the new Note 10.1 to replace her ancient Note 10.1, so “we” chose I can get a new tablet, too, in view of the fact that my iPad4 was part of a hostile-takeover by my 6 year ancient daughter. I basically could not stand iOS, even with jailbreak and $50 worth of Cydia apps to tweak the OS. Android is the OS for me, or even Windows 8.1. iOS is just too locked down, dumbed down, lowest-ordinary-denominator, made for kids and the elderly (no offense).

Now that you know where I’m coming from……

There are quite a few excellent tablets to point out from. What makes a high-end tablet worth purchasing? To me, it’s the features that make one tablet stand out from the crowd even as also being quick for its era. The weight you give each of those various features depends on you and what’s vital to you. I’ll talk about some things that are vital to me:

1) The screen is extremely vital. You look at it and touch it the whole time you interact with the tablet. This screen is really excellent, especially for fans of IPS LCDs. Fans of Samsung AMOLED or SuperLCD screens might find the blacks a bit sharp, but the contrast levels are still excellent. The fact that it’s IGZO makes it extra sweet (IGZO is supposed to use a lot less battery). The screen appears to be pretty sharp, though not anywhere near the 755 nits like I read about (at I reckon). There appears to be no one that knows if the glass is Gorilla Glass 2, 3, or Corning-brand at all. No oleophobic coating, meh who cares? My skin is usually so dry that I don’t leave fingerprints and smudges on my screen like my wife’s constantly-lotioned and extremely soft hands do on her devices. Sharpness: 2560×1600 = 4mp. iPad’s 2048×1536 = 3mp. New Surface 2′s 1080p = 2mp. Basically 33% sharper than iPad3/4/Air and twice as sharp as 10″ 1080p tablets. Same resolution as the Note 10.1 & Nexus 10 with the differences including IGZO technology for the Asus but better color saturation & suitability and black-levels from the Samsung SuperLCD. And we all know the iPad’s screen is still pretty excellent.

2) Maybe more vital is the operating system. For anyone that wants to tweak things or not be overly and unjustly limited by a higher power (Apple), Android is a excellent choice. Sure, there are limitations in Android and you have to get root access to do things, but at least you can if you want to. And at least the Play Store doesn’t censor material too much. I like having a choice of launchers that can change the entire look and feel of the device. I like the fantastic keyboard selection and widgets and live wallpaper and a hundred additional things about Android. There are advantages and disadvantages to each operating system. Hopefully you can be pleased with the one you point out. Or just point out them all if you can afford it, haha.

3) Another item of importance to me is the app selection. The chief gripe I hear about Android tablets vs iPad is the stuck-up app selection offered by Apple’s app store. They say there aren’t many apps designed for tablets in Android-land. I reckon most people that say these things haven’t experienced both tablets, though they are still right for the most part. But they fail to mention how with the iPad, you NEED the app to be made for iPad because the iPhone versions look like absolute garbage on iPad. Most apps on Android are just as excellent or accurate enough to the iOS counterpart, but the apps selection for iPads is still stuck-up overall. Some iPhone apps that don’t have iPad versions will look better on Android tablets if there is an Android version of that app. There are lots of devs that really fail at making Android apps, so you end up with forced-orientation (usually portrait) with text or buttons that are too small (ESPN I’m looking at you). It’s pretty much a toss-up for me – I like both app selections. Sorry Windows RT, but I’m pretty sure your app selection bites. I am curious about Windows8.1 & BayTrail though.

4) Also vital to me are accessories and compatibility/flexibility. The killer accessory for the Transformers is, of course, the keyboard dock. Most additional tablets can’t really compare (see Dell Venue Pro 11 and Asus T100). Sure, there are decent cases with built-in bluetooth keyboards of varying quality, but even the $100 ones don’t compare to the ASUS keyboard, and that’s not even compelling into consideration the extra battery, SD slot, USB 3.0 port, touchpad, and sturdiness of the ASUS keyboard, although this new dock is plastic so it’s not as excellent as previous Asus…

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Gadgetgeekоктября 25, 2014 at 10:28
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4.0 out of 5 stars
very excellent tablet, November 5, 2013

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I bought this having had a tf201t, the gps was useless, the wifi weak and eventually after two years the rear camera stopped working (pressure on the rear cover temporarily fixes it so I reckon its a dry joint). Despite this I liked my prime, quick,flexible and works fantastic with dock. Got the TF701T today – 5 Nov 13 and first impressions are:

1/ very excellent stuck-up screen,
2/very quick ,
3/nicer keyboard app,
4/ the gps is superb accurate and quick,
5/wifi seems so much quicker and signal much stuck-up.
1/ The tablet doesn’t fit my ancient dock which is a pain and shame on Asus,
2/ The rear camera doesn’t have the led flash the prime had.
3/ some of the widgets are much larger on the tf701 than the tf201 but maybe I just need a background change
4/ different power adapter to tablet plug ( see 1/ above)
5/ No screen cloth this time which seems a bit cheap

So thats first impressions, it would have been 5 stars but for the dock and flash. I’ll update this review after some more use.

Update 8/11

Had the tablet a few days now, new comments :

1/ Still seems quick no lag apparent at all.
2/ GPS lock on – less than ten seconds
3/ Tablet gets small warm top left corner at rear when used for long time.
4/ My prime screen could get a small weird when using it even as charging, the touch screen wasn’t accurate and jumped about a bit but this only happened occasionally. Been using the infinity plugged in no problems apparent at all.
5/ Battery life appears better than my prime on tablet alone but my prime battery was 2+ yrs ancient and maybe not as excellent as new.
6/ Miss my keyboard dock, screen keyboard is excellent but I like a physical keyboard. Will order a dock soon!.
7/ Can’t seem to find a car charger….another Asus consequence of changing the connector doubtless.
8/ Keyboard needs movement keys ↑↓←→ on stock screen keyboard.
9/ Like the top info bar not sure if this is android or Asus setup and the new button bottom left which shows last apps opened.

Update 29/11/13 just bought the dock

I had the tf201 dock and the build quality was better. The rear cover now feels plasticky but the dock seems lighter but more importantly the dock docked with the pad much better, they both have a certain amount of movement at the hinge BUT it is considerably more on the tf701 dock. Asus eliminated the front lip/overlap at the junction of the pad and dock and this makes it very loose. Excellent one Asus you changed the design and made it worse not better !!!!. To be honest I haven’t had any connection problems but it doesn’t auger well for the future. The keyboard itself is excellent with imho a nice positive feel to the keys. Battery performance seems to be not as excellent as the tf201 dock but time will tell….the dock is a fantastic addition to the pad BUT Asus you really need to fire your design management / test team they let the tf201 out with terrible WiFi and GPS performance and then ruined a perfectly excellent design by ‘updating’ the tf701 dock

Overall I’d still rather have this than an IPad but Asus need to get a grip of their product testing and stop making silly mistakes it might also be excellent if they really followed the sentiment in their logo…….


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GS4октября 25, 2014 at 11:12
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2.0 out of 5 stars
Fantastic tablet… when it works, November 18, 2013

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In concept this tablet seemed perfect but Asus just couldn’t deliver on this one. I got the tablet, dock, and SD cards to fill out the two ports which I immediately filled with movies to try out the tablet. Everything was vacant fantastic and the screen was amazingly sharp but when I went the tablet and dock from my lap to the coffee table the movie stopped playing. I didn’t reckon too much of it thinking maybe i hadn’t connected the tablet to the dock very well so I made sure it was nice and secure. I started the movie back up and picked up the tablet and… freeze, the movie stops again. I noticed it was remounting the SD card from the dock every time it froze and tried moving the screen back and forth and sure enough, every time i went the screen it disconnected. I did some researching online and saw people were having this problem so I figured i had a received a faulty one and sent the tablet and dock back for replacement. Amazon came through with incredible alacrity on the replacement and i had a new tablet in just 2 days of filing for return. I took out the new tablet and went through the setup and installed my apps onto it and within the first hour i got a random reset. Again I didn’t reckon too much of it but it happened at least 5 more era that day with regular use. It seemed weird to me in view of the fact that the first one i had sent back never reset once and the closing straw was when I noticed it resetting when i wasnt even using it… it was just sitting on the table. I am sending this one back and vacant back to researching a new tablet to buy which is disappointing in view of the fact that i plotting i establish the perfect tablet for me.

Now for the Pro’s and Con’s

Incredible screen
very fluid with smallest lag
Supple memory with SD and Micro SD (I had 32GB on the tablet and 2 64GB cards vacant)
Nice long battery life (especially with dock)
HDMI mini output (for $6 you can buy an HDMI to micro HDMI and mirror directly to your tv for Netflix ect)
nearly no bloatware


Only one speaker and its mean
build quality is iffy (the screen has a gap between it and the body by the volume rocker. It was present on both i had)
tegra 4 seems to get warm with basic operation like web browsing
connectivity issues with the charging port.

I have an Asus laptop and the first computer i ever built was in 2008 with Asus hardware and its still kicking today but i just cant get over the quality issues with this tablet. I will doubtless still buy Asus products but I am seeing them in a new light.


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