In fact, that is one of the significant improvements of the TF300. The TF101 was really best DOCKED. The processor really couldn't hande a lot of website forums like this on the TF101. The virtual keyboard was laggy at best, and unusable on a forum like this. The TF300, the physical and virtual keyboards are iPad smooth. I've made all 3 responses to you on the tablet, using the physical keyboard. When I go to bed, I'll read What the Plus by Guy Kawasaki in tablet mode on Kindle - check in on social networks and post some responses using the virtual keyboard. That is the thing - the TF300 *is* a good tablet... but it is also a good netbook... so it has far more utility for me than any other tablet I've owned (and at this point, I've owned quite a few, and demoed a bunch of others). The iPad *is* best in class, and the TF300 delivers an iPad like experience as a tablet - but it delivers more, too, if you want to use it that way.
If you just wanted an Android tablet, and you weren't going to buy the dock, I'd still recommend it as an option - because it is a good tablet, too - and of the tablets in this class, it offers the best value per dollar spent.
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