Asus Vivo tab tf810 experience

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  1. Schnabe

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    Please see Breed's driver summary thread. He captured what I did there. You have to manually update two devices in control panel after installing the HP drivers. Hope that helps.
     
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    After installing the HP driver, and manually updating the drivers as listed in Breed's driver thread, goto Control Panel --> Hardware and Sound. The Synaptics control panel will be at the bottom (scroll all the way down).
     
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    Anyone else having the problem of the Tablet battery draining before the Dock battery? The Dock *should* charge the Tablet and when the Tablet is at 100% it should use up the Dock to 5% before switching to draining the Tablet.

    For me, however, the Tablet drains and leaves the keyboard dock at 100%. I called Asus support and they suggested that I refresh and/or factory reset my device with the Dock connected. I refreshed it and it changed nothing. I am thinking about Factory Resetting it now, but that would be such a hassle and I'm just really hoping there is an easier fix.

    Side note, I was having the Trackpad not working after waking up issue (as well as the keyboard not registering all my clicks) so I updated the SoC and the Trackpad, and they both worked perfectly after that. However, this battery draining from the Tablet instead of the Dock issue has remained. Anyone know of a fix?
     
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    I got my TF810 yesterday and I'm loving it!

    The only issue I'm having is pen calibration around the edges is not really exact. Does anyone have similar issues?
     
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    Does the vivotab tf810c come with the keyboard dock or must that be purchased separately?
     
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    ASUS offers two model numbers, TF810C-C1-GR and TF810C-C2-GR. The first is the tablet only, and the second is a bundle.
     
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    I see, thanks. So the TF810C by itself costs more than the Samsung 500T bundled with the dock?
     
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    Mine is not like that though, it's top left corner that is bad, about 1/3rd of the screen. The other corners I can live with. It's not really a huge issue though, I only use top corner when I have to close Chrome tabs.
     
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    Big thank you to Breed for the driver effort! I have updated my drivers (except the touchpad, as I have only seen a little of that problem) which fixed the random crashes and hangs. My only problem now is that both speakers are so bad I think they must be broken. All sound on volumes above 10% is completely distorted.
     
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