I have just upgraded from an Archos70 to an Asus TF101 and I am really enjoying the new device. Quite incredible for the money. I guess thats what you see when faster versions hit the market. Interestingly this is the first tablet where I have been happy to go off on business for a couple of days and leave the laptop behind. I have spent a bit of time messing around and adapting it to my liking so it syncs to my workworld and links to home as well. I can see my wife's todo list from her home computer and my work tasks. The calendar is good too its got outlook appointments from work and social stuff from my wife via google. Dropbox is just great for taking a few docs with me on the road. So much stuff to enjoy on tablets and with 16 hours plus battery life I can work almost anywhere. I am struggling a bit with WiFi though ! The TF101 connects faultlessly at home, at my friends place, to my HTC phone and even to Apple phones. It struggles however to connect to one of my work networks and I don't understand why? It looks like its connecting and the just starts and sits there saying "Obtaining IP address..." (but it never does) If I look at the connection it says Link Speed -1Mbps (which seems a bit strange) I have checked and double checked the WEP key and I have it right. Has anyone else experienced this? Were you able to fix it? Tablet has Android 3.2.1 and Wi-Fi version v5.2.65 Thanks for your help.