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AndrewTD
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  #518458 8-Sep-2011 11:07
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CM: I highly recommend the dock. I find I mostly have it docked. It props it up for a start!

Andrew, how did you get on trying to connect the TF to your telly?


Sorry about the delay in replying.

I couldn't get the HDMI output to work with any of the 3 TVs we have in the house(2 newish Panasonics, and a really old Sony Bravia), or either of the three monitors (an old Dell using a HDMI-DVI adapter, a new Dell, and a new AOC) I have access to. at home and at work.

Bummer! I'm now wondering whether I have a dud mini HDMI - HDMI cable? I bought a new one from DSE, so it ought to be allright. I figure it's  95% likely to be the fault of the tablet, and 5% chance it's a faulty cable.

Mind you, apart from the HDMI output issue, I am still really enjoying using the tablet and keyboard dock.
Have used it in a couple of cafe's here in WLG with the new cbdfree wifi. Very handy.






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  #518465 8-Sep-2011 11:14
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Thanks for your update Andrew.
You could take the tablet and HDMI cable into DSE and get them to check it on the display tvs.

 
 
 
 


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  #518467 8-Sep-2011 11:17
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Not a bad idea. Have left the cable at home today - will bring it in tomorrow and give it a go.




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  #519028 9-Sep-2011 14:56
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CM: Thanks for your update Andrew.
You could take the tablet and HDMI cable into DSE and get them to check it on the display tvs.


Well - I did that, and whaddya know - it was a faulty cable!
They were very helpful at the DSE store on Featherston St in Wellington.
Happily got out their Asus Eee pad transformer and tried it with my cable - it didn't work.
Then got out a new min-HDMI cable, and it did work with both their eee pad, and then with mine.
They then gave me the good cable (I left the dud with them)
Couldn't have had a better "resolution experience".
Well done DSE.

Have since tried my eee pad on an HDMI monitor here at work (Samsung) and it worked just fine.

Very happy :) 




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  #519327 10-Sep-2011 17:34
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Awesome, nice work. That was worth going back.
So is it a DSE brand cable?

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  #519488 11-Sep-2011 10:44
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Yeah - turns out it was a DSE brand cable.




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  #519622 11-Sep-2011 17:49
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Nice to see you in the owners club here Andrew - hope you're enjoying your Transformer as much as I am mine!




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  #519736 12-Sep-2011 00:13
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Is anyone else having wifi problems?

After an update to google aps the other day, a lot of the time after waking up from sleep it won't connect to wifi, when I go into wifi settings, wifi is turning on, then straight back off, and repeating over and over again.

Also, when I went to my parents tonight and tried to connect to their wifi, my tablet would reboot when trying to connect to their wifi, but only does it conecting to theirs.

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  #519772 12-Sep-2011 08:48
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Haven't noticed anything different about wifi over the last few days.

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  #519774 12-Sep-2011 08:50
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neoprint: Is anyone else having wifi problems?


No everything seems OK for me. I've always had a problem that wifi doesnt always re-enable when turning air plane mode off, but a ocuple of taps to get to wifi settings and enable manually has never bothered me.

Other than that all seems OK.
 

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  #519806 12-Sep-2011 09:51
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WiFi is fine on mine.

I learned one thing on the weekend. If you completely drain the battery, you have to hold the power button for like 20 seconds before it'll turn on again, once it's plugged in. I thought it was broken, but luckily not.

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  #519837 12-Sep-2011 10:43
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NZtechfreak: Nice to see you in the owners club here Andrew - hope you're enjoying your Transformer as much as I am mine!


Sure am enjoying it, and yes it is nice to be in this "community (eee pad owners) within a community (geeks)". :) 




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  #519840 12-Sep-2011 10:52
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Mine has just arrived in from the US, brand new via eBay. Even with shipping etc still way cheaper than buying here. No gst or tax either :-) I'm looking forward to getting it charged and having a play and joining the rest of the eeepad owners here.

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  #519884 12-Sep-2011 12:04
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;-) @ Andrew.
Welcome to the club helicrew.

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  #519952 12-Sep-2011 13:47
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I see DSE are selling the ASUS Epad EP101 for $499 - Is this the Transformer?  What's the diff between EP101 and TF101?

Thanks. 

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