Testing the ASUS

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Testing the ASUS

Post by Tavish McFini » 2012-12-17 03:35

Testing out the ASUS transformer pad tf700. Keyboard take some getting used to. Also, for some reason, right click seems to go back on chrome rather than spell check... so that will be a hard, if not impossible, habit to break.

Time to put this machine through it's paces. Battery life is epic too.

EDIT - Derp... figured it out, I think. Nope, still doesn't open up a spell check. Ah well, guess I'll have to do it the old fashioned way.
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Re: Testing the ASUS

Post by Kurge » 2012-12-17 21:32

Nice! Looks good Fini!

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Re: Testing the ASUS

Post by Spyker Katarn » 2013-01-07 06:35

Unfortunately, spell check only really works if you have the keyboard detached (since that's an Android-native function whereas the keyboard overrides it). If that's the only complaint, though, you've got a good thing going. I do think this also means only the TF300 isn't represented on here for ASUS tablets; I've got the TF201 and Blitz has the 101.
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