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Topic # 112248 2-Dec-2012 13:34
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Would luv to hear from people who own any of the asus  pads t300 , prime. or infinity , what the luv about them or dislike model differneces etc  comparrsions to other andriod tablets not i pads not interested in those where they brought it etc t300 was on sale yesterday for $599 harvey back to 799 today bugga lol   amazon any one brought one from here...... one last question what do u guys think about the asus rt vivo 6000t? any one  own one . Cheers for any respnses i may get...




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  Reply # 725742 2-Dec-2012 13:45
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I have the transformer TF101 and it has been excellent. Have also got Acer Iconia W510 with the 32bit full Windows 8.  So far not that impressed and actually prefer the Transformer.  Just wish I had bought the Infinity instead.




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  Reply # 730831 11-Dec-2012 21:32
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I've got an Infinity - love the look and feel of the device in my hands. Performance is almost always awesome, but there are occasional slow downs and hiccups. The camera is pretty good, for a mobile device. Wireless signal is not as good as my laptop (an HP ultrabook), at least as far as the signal bar display, but even with only a sliver of wifi it seems to be enough to surf, youtube, etc. Even streams my full 1080 display from the desktop inside, which is incredible to see. Yeah, the display is great!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 731610 12-Dec-2012 21:04
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I have a Asus Padfone 2. Its not in the topic heading but I think it should count!

Love it.

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  Reply # 732079 13-Dec-2012 15:10

I have the TF300T and it was the best android tablet that i have used especially with the Keyboard Dock, but i have just recently decided to sell as ive brought a ipad mini and prefer the size.

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  Reply # 732086 13-Dec-2012 15:17
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got the t300.

what i dont like
- screen is heavier than keyboard, so you are using it as a laptop, the screen often makes the laptop fall over
- touchpad is pretty rubbish, you end up using the touch screen most of time


what i do like
- err, well its a pretty good android tablet.

im not that keen on it now TBH, wanted it as a hybrid type device, but isnt a very good laptop/netbook (glad the padfone never came out here, would of spent a lot of money learning that). im hoping the windows 8 hybrids are better.

if you're using it mostly as a tablet, it will be fine.



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  Reply # 732272 13-Dec-2012 21:12
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thanks for your replys pretty much thinking either a samsung note or nexus 10 at this stage or maybe a laptop lol im getting confused




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