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Asus Transformer, Acer Iconia, Asus Slate Win 7 Tablet Review

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Uploaded on Oct 16, 2011

This is a review and comparison of the Asus Transformer, Acer Iconia A500, and Asus Windows 7 tablets. The Asus Transformer is a nice tablet with great graphics screen picture. The processor works extremely well within this tablet. It doesn't play all movies as you would expect. It plays most MP4 and some .avi but it's hit or miss with .avi even after installing codec pack. Not able to read or write to added storage space even after last Android update.
The Acer Iconia is a nice tablet as well. You can read and write directly to added storage space after last update from Android. iconia will play most movie formats after codec installation. have not tried .MKV files.
the Iconia is about a second slower than the ASUS. a second to a split second I guess. This could however be attributed to the fact that I have twice as many, if not 3 times the apps installed on the Iconia vs the Asus Transformer.
Both Asus Transformer and Iconia will identify network and stream media to or from device or to any PC connected to the network. Both these cost about the same at $498 Iconia and $499 Asus Transformer.
Lastly we have the ASUS SLATE Windows 7 Home Premium.
This is the best tablet I've bought and the most surprising of all. i was pleasantly surprised to find that it is a fully functioning PC in tablet form. This machine works better than most Windows Desktops. It does exactly what you'd expect to, and better than you would expect. I expected to get a machine that at least would do what a pc would but sluggishly. NOT WITH THIS ASUS SLATE! It is amazingly fast and predictive. the onscreen keyboard works better than the android counterparts. Sensing your fingers 1/4 inch away from the screen until they land. the WIFI card is an N. It's a bit pricey at $1200 for a tablet but you will be very happy you bought this instead of something else.
Oh and the ASUS SLATE Windows 7 comes with 4GB of RAM!!
This was a review of ASUS Eee Slate EP121-1A010M
alec green

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