ASUS Transformer Pad TF300TG 32GB Review
The Asus Transformer Pad TF300TG 32 GB is the 3G tablet which is powered by the quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 4-Plus-1 1.2GHz processor. It has the 1GB RAM and the 32GB internal storage which secure the extravagant performance of the device in the overall.
Technically, if you differentiate tablets with other gadgets, they are quite one of the most versatile. Aside from being a portable version of the laptop, they also serve as mobile phones and most especially, a compact television. This tablet will probably exceed your expectation when it comes to the photos and videos displayed on it which are nothing but crisp and vivid.
The Asus Transformer Pad TF300T is not just a typical tablet it is also equipped with the high speed auto-focus and the colour enhancement feature which provides 30% better colour enhancement for your screen. But not only that, there is the advanced CMOS sensor, large F/2.2 aperture and the 5-element lens design which ensures the satisfactory light exposure. There is also the utter ability to blur the background and focus your subject in a more distinct way just like any other digital camera. In turn, making the photos taken look much more lifelike and clear.
The operating system of this Transformer Pad which is the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich helps revolutionize the quality of the web experience. Online communications are made to be more exemplary and efficient. Therefore, allowing you to have a jam-packed internet experience. The Transformer Pad has a very limited number of available design colours. Nonetheless, it does not come second nor third when it comes to the performance it tends to offer. Also, in comparison to devices such as the iPad 3, the TF300TG is not much of an underdog.
Through the aid of the Google Play, you get to have so much fun with the downloadable apps on it as it becomes more thrilling. However, the internet connectivity is somewhat a problem for some as it is not that consistent. In some instances it becomes quite buggy and crashes. Maybe the tablet needs to be updated if that is the case.
One other weak spot is the cable connector failing to charge whenever not connected properly. It is as if it is too fragile and too weak to detect the connected device. Nonetheless, the device itself even if slim and lightweight, is not weak nor does it have a tendency to break easily.
If you are looking for a device that will not be experiencing constant overheating, then go for the Asus Transformer Pad TF300T. The battery life is excellent and long lasting most especially as the docking station it comes with adds to its life.
The responsiveness and the functionality depend upon what you do with the device. In some instances, you will notice that the speed of the tablet is altered no matter how many things you try to do on it at once. If there is any major flaw about this device is the fact that it has a poor quality control. Although it is pretty much the embodiment of a high quality tablet, it falls flat when it comes to the consistency. But overall, this is definitely a must-have.
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