Received the tablet very promptly on 9/13/13.
The rear bezel surrounding the tablet was not fastened on properly and in several spots there were gaps between it and the screen/tablet, allowing debris and dust to get inside the tablet.
The screen has a dead zone that does not properly register touches, just up and right of center.
I seriously doubt this was actually refurbished by Asus. No manufacturer would do such a piss-poor job of refurbishing their own product. Either they farmed the work out to a third party, or Asus was never actually involved with the refurb.
In addition, I'll not be Wooting ever again. My father and I both ordered these, and had them shipped to his address. However, his order was held up by Woot's automated systems for security reasons. No one ever contacted us about this to let us know, and the day ended with the issue still outstanding, thus ending the availability of the tablets.
I would never have known there was an issue if we hadn't logged into his account and seen that the tablet wasn't showing on his "stuff you bought" screen. He got an order confirmation and everything for his purchase.
When we contacted Woot support and received the bad news that his tablet would not be shipped, they acknowledged that this sort of thing happens sometimes.
I understand wanting to protect your customers, but what I find shocking is that despite this being a repeat issue, they haven't bothered to implement any sort of system to address the possibility of the order being legitimate. I couldn't care less about the tablet--I needed it, but I can find another one for myself after giving mine to my father. What I care about is giving my money to a company that is going down the tubes and doesn't even care about its customers enough to protect them from its own systems.
Fare thee well, Woot. Good luck with your new business model--you'll need it.