Review Asus TF300T 10.1-inch Multitouch Tablet with Keyboard (Blue) (Nvidia Tegra 3 1.4GHz, 1GB RAM, 32GB HDD, WLAN, BT, 2x Cam, Android 4.0)

Monday, 9 July 2012 | 0 comments


I've used a smaller android tablet before, (Archos 801) and my wife has an iPad, so I think I'm in a good position to review this.

This one has several clear advantages over an iPad, they are:

* Expandable storage,it's easy to pop in a memory card.
* Very easy to add content via USB or card, no painful fighting with iTunes
* A real physical detachable keyboard
* USB connectivity - try plugging a memory stick in an iPad!

While the keyboard is no match for a proper full size keyboard, I find it a HUGE improvement over an on screen keyboard. (It also the standard android home, back and options keys). It cleverly doubles as an extended life battery too, for seriously long all-day use. I've not run out of power yet. Also I've not used my laptop since I bought this............


Review Asus UX21E-KX004V 11.6 inch Ultrabook (Intel Core i5 2467M 1.6 GHz, 4GB RAM, 128 GB Solid State Drive, LAN, WLAN, Webcam) - Silver

Saturday, 7 July 2012 | 0 comments

Review Asus EeePad Transformer TF101 10.1 inch Tablet PC (nVidia Tegra2 1GHz, 1Gb, 16Gb eMMC, WLAN, BT, Android 3.0) with docking station and keyboard

Thursday, 5 July 2012 | 0 comments

Review Asus EeePad Transformer Prime TF201 10.1 inch Tablet with Keyboard/Dock - Grey (Nvidia Tegra 3 Quad Core 1.3GHz, RAM 1GB, Storage 32GB eMMC, WLAN, BT, Webcam, Android 3.2)

Wednesday, 4 July 2012 | 0 comments


Firstly, aesthetics. I have the 'grey' one, and for those who may be concerned about the purple tint, it's very subtle. It's effectively a dark grey with a touch of colour to make it more interesting, and it's very tastefully done. The all-metal exterior looks excellent and despite its small size the tablet and keyboard combination is weighty, giving it a very solid feel. Everyone I've shown it to has commented on the fact it looks good, so you're golden here.

Performance wise it's very snappy, as you'd expect. The ICS update won't start until you've got 15% charge in the tablet, but is very fast after that, taking about 5 minutes for me. I haven't noticed any discernible lag anywhere, and that's on the balanced setting not the performance one. Multi-tasking on ICS is perfect, with one button tap on any screen pulling up the active tasks list, and simply flicking the tasks you don't want off the screen to close them. I've thrown various HD games and videos etc. at it and it's performed without hesitation. Web browsing is good on the default browser though I updated to Dolphin HD as I prefer the interface...........


Review Asus X54C 15.6 inch laptop (Intel Pentium B960 2.2GHz, 8Gb RAM, 500Gb HDD, DVDSMDL, LAN, WLAN, Webcam, Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit)



I received this laptop a few weeks ago so I now feel like I can give an honest review about it. I found this laptop after searching for a reasonably priced laptop but with decent features and decided to purchase it, and I'm so glad I did.

The pro's;
excellent speed - with 8gb of RAM,a decent intel processor and handy features such as pre made battery options makes this laptop lightning fast.
hard drive - it is split into two sections, allowing you to run windows 7 alongside another operating system if you wish. I find this feature very handy as I run ubuntu 12.04 with no problems, but it allows me to have windows 7 for certain programs.
quality screen - The brilliant speed makes watching HD content online a breeze. I frequently watch bbc Iplayer in HD and the screen has a nice brightness and crisp feel to it.
keyboard - Ive owned a wide range of laptops in the past but I find this keyboard one of the most satisfying to use................


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