Hi everyone, I would like to recommend a stickied issues thread for people experiencing common problems on this otherwise great tablet. My goal is to provide a common reference for users and to prompt ASUS into an official response rather than having the community stumble around finding workarounds. --- In no particular order, the issues that I feel must be addressed with a driver/firmware update are: 1) Intermittent digitizer deactivation Description: Randomly the tablet will become unresponsive to both pen and touch input. Temporary solution: Rotating the screen, locking the screen (CTRL-ALT-DEL) will reactivate the digitizer. Deactivating the "Allow this computer to turn off this device to save power" setting in the Device Manager for the digitizer may prevent the problem from recurring. *I have also noticed the digitizer to intermittently stop responding to pen input only. Simply touching the screen brings it back. Nonetheless it is quite annoying. 2) Processor stays throttled at minimum Description: The processor remains throttled to a x5 multiplier (~700MHz) when the system temperature reaches ~45C. Plugging in, changing the cpu the power settings, and high processor load have no effect on changing the clock rate after it becomes locked. Temporary solution: Use ThrottleStop to adjust set clock multiplier. Simply disabling the "BD PROCHOT" bit without any clock rate regulation may restore normal cpu scaling behavior. 3) System intermittently becomes unresponsive Description: All applications will suddenly hang for ~2 minutes due to some SSD related error. Digitizer and windows shell continue to respond but all applications will be in a 'white out' unresponsive state. Temporary solution: Update to the latest Intel Rapid Storage drivers. If that doesn't work, uninstall the Intel Rapid Storage drivers completely. --- These are the major issues with the stock EP121 models, which I feel ASUS is responsible for addressing immediately. If any ASUS reps are reading this, some acknowledgement of these problems would be appreciated.