I had heard the massive buzz about it but I had no idea what on earth an EeePad transormer was….
Much as I love it and find it totally exciting, the world of technology often confuses me. It’s not really my ‘thing.’ I like art and poetry, my family, good books, converstaion and cake. But I do find gadgets (once I know how to work them) to be loads of fun. I am also a blogger and I need to be able to write, skype, photograph and use the internet and social media whilst I am out and about.
I have a little netbook which I oftentake out with me. It’s a little bit clunky and heavy and I can’t just whizz it out and look something up like I could the ipad I recently reviewed. But I do like having a keyboard and looking up at my screen and not down which isn’t do-able with an ipad. Hmm, what to do?
Well the GENIUS that is the EeePad transforner has come along to solve my problems. The EeePad is a tablet (to be used just like an iPad in my opinion, but with extra features.) But they have also created a docking station for it so you can slide it into its keyboard and convert it to look like a net book …look:
Now I am hugely impressed by this because physically this makes the tablet experience much more comforatble for me. I am very used to having a keyboard and using one. I also have back pain occasionally and I would rather look up than down at a screen. But I can still just take the tablet out and about. The keyboard is also more than just a token extra too, it provides 68 per cent more battery life, a trackpad for mouse support, an SDHC port and two USB ports as well. You definately get the best of both worlds.
I am not the only one to be impressed by this. Initial stock that arrived in UK last week has completely sold out!!
On Amazon new delivery is expected in about 6 weeks and it will retail for £429.99. You will be able to buy the docking station and EeePad seperately if you so wish.