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Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime TF201 Review
5 June 2013
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Summary: The Eee Pad Transformer Prime is coming.It is bring you the next transformation in tablet technology, one that is better than its predecessor in every aspect. Latest offering is faster, stronger, slimmer, and of course, sexier. We strived to break free from the normal constraints of a device through constant innovation, and the result is the Eee Pad Transformer Prime.
Summary: The $499 Eee Pad Transformer Prime is not only the fastest tablet we've tested, but also one of the best-looking, most functional, and--because of its AppLocker--the most family-friendly. We were wowed by its brilliant IPS display, razor-thin design, and remarkably comfortable keyboard dock.
Pros: Super-bright IPS Screen, Speedy quad-core Processor, Slim and stylish design, Keyboard dock has great feel
Cons: Weak quiet audio, Tiny power button, Not readable in direct sunlight
Excerpt: Asus surprised everyone with the aptly Transformer tablet in early 2011 which combined a 10.1 inch Android tablet and a dock that added a keyboard straight out of a netbook and a battery pack for valued battery life. Since then Asus announced the successor to the original TF101 Transformer and gives us the what is today known as the Eee Pad Transformer Prime TF201. So is it the Prime cut of meat we love to devour?
Excerpt: Asus has come up trumps with its Eee Pad Transformer Prime tablet. It comes with a 10.1in touchscreen, can run Google Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and has a detachable keyboard dock that makes it a hybrid tablet/laptop device. See also: New iPad review .