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Asus reveals its ultra thin the Eee Pad Transformer Prime

By: Amelia Janet | Nov 10, 2011 10:07 AM

Asus the renowned manufacturer of notebooks has been offering innovative and advanced products to its customers. By unveiling, their latest Eee Pad Transformer Prime, Asus further strengthens its presence in the laptop market. The development of this ultra thin and powerful tablet epitomizes the company’s creativity and engineering skills. The product was first launched at AllThingsD's AsiaD conference by Jonney Shih Asus CEO. However, Asus is revealing the full product specification now. With the integration of Nvidia's new Tegra 3 processor, the Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime becomes the first model to receive such an upgrade. New Tegra 3 processor from Nvidia was also released recently. When compared to Tegra 2, the new Tegra 3 processor offers five times better performance. Transformer Prime is expected to be available for sales by next month. The device supports 1GB of RAM and 32GB or 64GB of internal space. The ultra thin tablet of 8.3mm size is very stylish. It offers excellent battery life of 12 hours. When it adds battery in the new dock, the tablet offers up to 18 hours battery life. It is equipped with a 8MP camera with f2.4 lens and features a flash. It has back illuminated CMOS sensor and can record 1080p video. In addition to the main camera, a 1.4MP front camera is featured. With support for Super IPS+ technology screen, the device ensures better view and improved brightness. The 10.1” large screen supports 1280x800 pixels. Sound quality offered by this unit is also impressive. It uses SonicMaster sound technology. The tablet when unopened looks somewhat similar to UX21 or UX31. Zenbook-like tablet/keyboard design is used in it. Hydro-oleophobic coating of the tablet makes it resistant to oil and water. Available in two colour choices, gray and champagne gold, the tablet expresses individual personality. Honeycomb (3.2) version of Android is made available and the company has assured to offer Android upgrade quickly after the launch. Transformer Prime 32GB edition is priced at $499 while the 64GB model costs $599. On the other hand, the keyboard dock is priced $149. The pricing for the UK markets is not yet confirmed.




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