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Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime Quad-Core Tablet will be on the Market this December

Asus Eee Pad Transformer PrimeAvid Android devotees have been sitting on pins and needles for nearly 3 weeks. They are in rabid anticipation of the Transformer tablet, that ASUS chairman Jonney Shih gave a sneak preview of at the AsiaD conference last month. Granted, it was only a sneak peek, but he rattled off a list that got the salivary gland juicing up: 8.3mm thick, 10.1-inch screen, microSD slot and mini-HDMI out, plus an Ice Cream update before year’s end. And this will be the first quad-core tablet, with NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 SoC. I bet that got your attention.

The going price for the tablet, beginning in December, will be a mere $499 at 32G storage and $599 at 64G. The additional docking with keyboard will run you $149. There is more to the specs on this baby, too. The screen is a Super IPS+ display, composed of Gorilla Glass, at 1280×800 resolution. ASUS included its own technology to brighten the screen for outdoor viewing. It boasts a 600 nits brightness and 178-degree viewing angle.

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ASUS unveils four new tablets at CES 2011: Slider, Transformer, MeMo and Slate EP121

Asus TabletsAsus joins the tablet PC market with a blast right at the right moment. On January 4, 2011 at the Consumer Electronic Show(CES), Las Vegas, Asus unveiled four new tablet computers together with a view to make it useful for a wide range of users. The four tablets are known as Eee Pad Slider, Eee Pad Transformer, Eee Pad MeMO and Eee Slate EP121. All of these will come to the consumer with many options to choose from. There will be three sizes of each of the model and they will be available with both Windows 7 Home Premium and Android operating system. Essentially there are not based on revolutionary technology, but they are perfect in what they should deliver. Now let’s begin the party, shall we ?

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