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Life with an Android Tablet One Week On
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| Iâve had my Asus Transformer tablet for approximately one week now. I have
| endeavoured to use it fairly constantly and as my sole means of computing. It
| has worked to varying degrees of success. After the first couple of days, I
| discovered that if I actually wanted to achieve anything, I needed a proper
| keyboard. To that end, I have ordered the keyboard docking station for the
| Transformer, and I am also writing this post on my three year old netbook.
| A word of warning though about the Transformer docking keyboard â buy the
| package of tablet and keyboard to start with! This only attracts a Â50 premium
| over the tablet alone. Buying the docking keyboard separately has set me back
| almost Â120. I purchased from Amazon and couldnât find cheaper on eBay,
| Googleâs shopping results nor Tottenham Court Road (where it was not possible
| to buy the keyboard as a standalone item). Iâll live and learn.
| There are both good and bad points about this Honeycomb 3.1 tablet. Letâs
| start with the good.
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