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ASUS Transformer Pad TF300TL 32GB 3G 4G Blue tablet

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Long product name ASUS Transformer Pad TF300TL 32GB 3G 4G Blue tablet :
The short editorial description of ASUS Transformer Pad TF300TL 32GB 3G 4G Blue tablet

NVIDIA Tegra 3 Quad-core CPU, 10.1" LED WXGA 1280 x 800 IPS multi-touch, 1GB, 32GB, 4G LTE, WLAN 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth V3.0+EDR, 8/1.2 MP Camera, Android 4
ASUS Transformer Pad TF300TL 32GB 3G 4G Blue tablet:
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Stunning, stylish colors with a concentric patterned finish

Available in Royal Blue, Iceberg white and Torch Red*, the ASUS Transformer Pad offers the most stylish choice available in a tablet.

*Color availability may vary from country to country. Please check with your local retailer for exact colors.

NVIDIA® Tegra® 3 Quad-core CPU Tablet

Powered by the world's first Quad-core processor NVIDIA® Tegra® 3 4-Plus-1™, the Transformer Pad browses the web and plays 1080p video at blazing speeds. The snappier response time and better multi-tasking performance make the Transformer Pad a true mobile entertainment powerhouse.

Improved Graphics Performance

Up to 30% higher graphics performance for better gaming experience than Tegra™ 2

IPS Panel provides vivid images on the go

A brilliant IPS Panel brings viewable angles up to 178 degrees wide, while presenting excellent and vivid graphic images that produces 50% better and more accurate color range. Displayed in high brightness, it’s able to tolerate the sunlight, so you can enjoy it regardless of the environment that you’re in.

Transform to notebook mode with a full QWERTY chiclet keyboard mobile dock and up to 15 hours* of battery life
Admit it! You miss the touch and feel of a real QWERTY keyboard. The Transformer Pad offers you a choice to enjoy both notebook mode and tablet mode with the optional mobile dock.

The mobile dock offers a full QWERTY keyboard with touchpad and USB port, while also extending battery life to an incredible 15 hours for all day computing on the go.

*Battery life is measured under power saving mode, playing 720p video playback, Brightness:60nits, default volume with headphones.

Incredible audio experience with ASUS Sonicmaster Technology

Tuned by the ASUS Golden ears team, audio on the Transformer Pad is delivered with the most precise processing protocols and codecs, superior speaker construction and large resonance chambers for unforgettable audio enjoyment.

8MP rear auto-focus camera with large F/2.2 aperture

The Transformer Pad is equipped with the most advanced CMOS sensor, large F/2.2 aperture and 5-element lens design to ensure sufficient light exposure and the ability to defocus the background and put emphasis on the object, making your photos bright and clear.

With the high speed auto-focus and color enhancement design, it provides 30% better color enhancement for crisp and vivid colors, allowing the Transformer Pad to capture a clear and breathtaking image.

SuperNote - super great app for more than note taking

SuperNote is a versatile note taking app that allows users to take notes and information through a variety of options, including the keyboard, finger input, photo and video capture or audio notes.

Magazines, newspapers and books: rich content for everyday use

In addition to the music and videos provided in MyCloud, the Transformer Pad also offers accessibility to purchase newspapers from Press Reader, magazines from Zinio and books from Amazon Kindle. With the Transformer Pad, drop the heavy books and papers from your life.

Polaris® Office® 3.0, a professional mobile office Solution

Preloaded on the Transformer Pad is Polaris® Office® 3.0, a professional mobile office solution which enables users to edit various types of office documents including documents (.doc), spreadsheets (.xls) and presentation files (.ppt), making the Transformer Pad very attractive for professional use. In addition, the ultra-convenient 8GB of ASUS WebStorage space provides worry-free cloud computing, and best of all, is free for life!

Android™ 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with ASUS Waveshare UI

Android™ 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is a revolutionary operating system specially designed and optimized for tablets, and enables users a full web experience for on-the-go web browsing, communicating and casual computing. Supporting Adobe® Flash® and the ever growing Google Play, entertainment is a finger swipe away.

The convenient ASUS Launcher also allows users to easily launch software, manage content and access online services and connect devices with a few simple taps.

MyCloud :

MyCloud is a total cloud solution, providing access to digital content such as music, videos, and files from the cloud. Users can even use MyCloud to remotely access and control PC or Mac systems, which further extends the versatility of the Transformer Pad.


MyNet easily streams digital media wirelessly within home network devices so HD videos or music can be played on devices such as an HDTV or desktop PCs for an even better experience from the Transformer Pad.

MyLibrary consolidates downloaded books, magazines and newspapers in to one easy step.

Short summary description ASUS Transformer Pad TF300TL 32GB 3G 4G Blue tablet:
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ASUS Transformer Pad TF300TL, 10.1", 1280 x 800 pixels, 32 GB, 3G, Android, Blue

Long summary description ASUS Transformer Pad TF300TL 32GB 3G 4G Blue tablet:
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ASUS Transformer Pad TF300TL. Display diagonal: 10.1", Display resolution: 1280 x 800 pixels. Internal storage capacity: 32 GB. Processor frequency: 1.2 GHz, Processor family: NVIDIA Tegra, Processor model: Tegra 3. Internal memory: 1 GB. Top Wi-Fi standard: IEEE 802.11n, 3G, 4G. Card reader integrated. Weight: 22.4 oz (635 g). Operating system installed: Android. Color of product: Blue

Display diagonal *
Size of the display for this product, measured diagonally, usually in inches.
Display resolution *
The number of distinct pixels in each dimension that can be displayed. It is usually quoted as width × height, with the units in pixels: for example, "1024 × 768" means the width is 1024 pixels and the height is 768 pixels. The higher the number of pixels, the sharper the image.
1280 x 800 pixels
LED backlight *
A backlight is a form of illumination used in liquid crystal displays (LCDs). One type of backlight is made by LEDs, which can be either white or RGB (red green blue). White LEDs are used most often in notebooks and desktop screens, and in virtually all mobile LCD screens. RGB LEDs for backlighting are found in high-end color proofing displays such as HP DreamColor LP2480zx monitor or selected HP EliteBook notebooks, as well as newer consumer grade displays such as Dell's Studio series laptops which have an optional RGB LED display.
Touchscreen *
A screen of a laptop, smartphone, etc., that responds to touch so you can control the interface using your fingers.
Touch technology *
Technology of touch sensetive screen e.g. dual-touch.
Touchscreen type
There are a variety of touchscreen technologies that have different methods of sensing touch, including resistive and capacitive.
Processor frequency *
The speed that the microprocessor executes each instruction or each vibration of the clock. The CPU requires a fixed number of clock ticks, or cycles, to execute each instruction. The faster the clocks rate, the faster the CPU, or the faster it can execute instructions. Clock Speeds are usually determined in MHz, 1 MHz representing 1 million cycles per second, or in GHz, 1 GHz representing 1 thousand million cycles per second. The higher the CPU speed, the better a computer will perform.
1.2 GHz
Processor family *
A family of processors is a group of processors produced by one company over a short period of time e.g. Intel Pentium processors.
Processor model *
The model number for the processor in a computer.
Tegra 3
Processor cores *
The number of central processing units ('cores') in a processor. Some processors have 1 core, others have 2 (e.g. Intel Core Duo) or more (e.g. the Intel Xeon E7-2850 has 10 cores).
Internal memory *
A computer's memory which is directly accessible to the CPU.
1 GB
Internal memory type *
The type of internal memory such as RAM, GDDR5.
Internal storage capacity *
The amount e.g of data which can be stored inside the device.
32 GB
Card reader integrated *
The device includes a card reader e.g. a card reader in the disk bay of a computer or thin client to permit log-on using smart/pin cards.
Compatible memory cards *
Types of memory cards which can be used with this product.
microSD (TransFlash)
Storage media *
Used for the storage of date e.g. HDD (hard disk drive), SSD (solid-state drive).
Graphics adapter family
Built-in speaker(s) *
The device contains speaker(s) to produce sound.
Built-in microphone *
Microphone that is found inside the product.
Number of built-in speakers
Built-in camera
The product has an integrated camera.
Main camera resolution (numeric)
The level of detail in the images that can be captured the main camera. The higher the resolution, the more detailed (and sharper) the image.
8 MP
Auto focus
Device focusing a camera or other piece of equipment automatically.
Video recording
Recording moving visual images.
Second camera
The device has a second camera.
Second camera resolution
1.2 MP
3G *
Third generation of mobile telecommunications technology, 3G finds application in wireless voice telephony, mobile Internet access, fixed wireless Internet access, video calls and mobile TV.
Bluetooth *
Bluetooth is a low-power radio technology developed to replace the cables and wires currently used to link or connect electronic devices such as personal computers, printers, and a wide variety of handheld devices including mobile phones. Because it uses radio-wave connectivity, a Bluetooth-enabled device has a constant, established connection to whatever browser it uses. This saves the user the trouble of logging on to check for emails or news updates, for example.
Top Wi-Fi standard *
IEEE 802.11n
4G *
Fourth generation of mobile phone mobile communication technology standards. A 4G system provides mobile ultra-broadband Internet access, for example to laptops with USB wireless modems, to smartphones, and to other mobile devices. Conceivable applications include amended mobile web access, IP telephony, gaming services, high-definition mobile TV, video conferencing, 3D television, and cloud computing.
Wi-Fi standards
The type of wireless local area network (LAN). It can be ad-hoc, where units in a network communicate peer-to-peer, or Infrastructure, where units communicate with each other via an access point A LAN interconnects computers in a small area e.g. home, school or office.
IEEE 802.11b,IEEE 802.11g,IEEE 802.11n
Bluetooth version
The type of bluetooth technology in the product e.g. Bluetooth Smart (v4.0).
Data network
Telecommunications network that allows computers to exchange data.
3G standards
Ports & interfaces
Microphone in *
The socket where a microphone is connected to the device.
Headphone out *
The socket for connecting headphones to the device.
Micro HDMI ports quantity
Form factor *
The shape or design of the product.
Color of product *
The colour e.g. red, blue, green, black, white.
Position location *
GPS (satellite)
Global Positioning System (GPS) is a space-based satellite navigation system that provides location and time information in all weather conditions, anywhere on or near the Earth where there is an unobstructed line of sight to four or more GPS satellites. The system provides critical capabilities to military, civil and commercial users around the world. It is maintained by the United States government and is freely accessible to anyone with a GPS receiver.
Ambient light sensor
Electronic compass
Electronic instrument used for navigation that shows directions in a frame of reference (north, south, east, west) that is stationary relative to the surface of the earth.
Platform *
Description of a technology platform including a processor, chipset, platform software and wired networking capabilities.
Operating system installed *
Type of operating system on a device e.g. IOS on Apple devices, Android for mobile devices.
Operating system version
The version of the operating system used e.g. 4.1, 4.2 for Android.
Battery life (max) *
Maximum battery life. Mobile Mark™ (2002) is the standard often used to benchmark battery life time.
9.5 h
Battery technology
The type of battery in the device, e.g. nickel–cadmium (NiCd).
Lithium Polymer (LiPo)
Battery capacity (Watt hours)
22 Wh
Weight & dimensions
Width *
The measurement or extent of something from side to side.
10.4" (263 mm)
Depth *
The distance from the front to the back of something.
0.39" (9.9 mm)
Height *
The measurement of the product from head to foot or from base to top.
7.12" (180.8 mm)
Weight *
Weight of the product without packaging (net weight). If possible, the net weight is given including standard accessories and supplies. Please note that sometimes the manufacturer leaves out the weight of accessories and/or supplies.
22.4 oz (635 g)
Other features
SIM card support
Docking connector
Connector used to attach a mobile electronic device simultaneously to multiple external resources. The dock connector will typically carry a variety of signals and power, through a single connector, to simplify the process of docking the mobile device. A dock connector may be embedded in a mechanical fixture used to support or align the mobile device or may be at the end of a cable.
Popular technology that allows an electronic device to exchange data or connect to the internet wirelessly using radio waves.
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Good Strong performance, Hardware delivers lots of value for the $399 price, Good-looking display, Long battery life...
Bad No dedicated USB port...
Bottom line This versatile tablet offers exceptional performance, long battery life, and a healthy feature set. It's not just the best value among Android tablets to date, but it's also one of the best Android tablets, period...
Patrick Afschar Kaboli (translated by Vinay Pradhan), 07/17/2012 The Transformer Pads have become a tradition for Asus. The newest addition to the series is called the Transformer Pad TF300T. Asus rests the future of the series on this model and we b...
Good Stable viewing angles, High performance, Great integration with the keyboard dock...
Bad Not very bright...
Bottom line The Asus Transformer Pad TF300T is simply good. In our tests of the Asus Transformer Pad TF300T, we found almost no major flaws with the exception being how the browser handled complex websites. The other, more minor issue is that the display could have...
We remember a time when the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime (TF201) was one of the most powerful Android devices you can spend your hard-earned money on. A time when quad-core processors in a mobile device was absolutely unheard of. That was January 201...
Good Affordable pricing, Robust build, Comes in three colors...
Bad Plastic shell flexes...
More Info ASUS outs lower-end Transformer Pad 300 tablet ASUS Transformer Pad 300 hands-on ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime review It doesn't feel like a year has passed since we reviewed the original ASUS Transformer and its innovative keyboard dock, but i...
Good Polished, understated design, Great graphics performance, thanks to Tegra 3, IPS display offers wide viewing angles...
Bad Some performance hiccups, Battery life not as epic as on the Prime, Optional keyboard dock scuffs easily, still isn't that comfortable to type on...
Bottom line The second-gen Transformer is a clear improvement over the original, and is the best 10-inch, mid-range Android tablet you can buy right now...
The Physical BodyThe unit feels sturdy and solid enough to handle on a daily basis. Made out of plastic, the body of the tablet is strong enough to take some abuse without difficulty. The power and volume buttons are solid and the edging feels comfortable...
Hardware and DesignThe hardware on the new Asus Transformer EEE Pad is somewhat of a mixed bag especially if you've used the Asus Transformer Prime. In saying that I mean it's by no means a badly designed device and or using cheap parts. But it does feel...
A lot of Android tablets have come along since the Transformer Prime, but none have unseated it as the best of the bunch. With few sacrifices and a lower price, can the Transformer Pad reign over the mid-tier market as well? Let's find out...
Good Fast, reliable performance, Tegra 3optimized games are fantastic, Great build quality, Excellent battery life...
Bad Android 4.0 still has some issues, Keyboard dock is a little cramped, Display isn't anything special...
Asus won our hearts with the incredible folding tablet-top device the Asus Transformer , then did it with the Asus Transformer Prime and now the company is looking to do it again with the Transformer Pad TF300. While the Prime was the obvious successor to...
Good Great price, Extensive connectivity, Great camera, Superb functionality...
Bad Screen could be brighter, Low max speaker volume, No camera flash, Plastic build may put some off...
The Asus Transformer Pad is the ultimate entertainment and productivity tablet, boasting quad-core performance and an excellent keyboard dock Others to consider Toshiba AT200 tablet The new iPad 3 Acer Iconia Tab A200 Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime Use...
Good Excellent detachable keyboard dock; Sharp, responsive touchscreen; Killer Tegra 3 performance; Perfect for browsing the web...
Bad Hazy photosLook and Feel...
Bottom line The Asus Transformer Pad is the ultimate entertainment and productivity tablet, boasting quad-core performance and an excellent keyboard dock...
twitter: @lisagade) The Asus Transformer line of Android tablets has been consistently hot. The first Transformer brought high specs with a low price tag. The Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime challenged the iPad 2 for extreme thinness and metal casing...
Good Great set of features for the price, works with optional keyboard dock, quad core and latest OS.
Bad Not wildly attractive, ports could still use some beefing up.
Bottom line The Asus Transformer Pad TF300 is a solid Android tablet. For just $399 you get a lot for your money: the latest OS, a fast quad core CPU, an IPS display and a reasonable amount of storage. In some ways, it's a better tablet than the more expensive Tr...
With its newest 10-inch tablet, the Transformer Pad TF300 ($379 list 16GB; $399, 32GB), Asus eschews major hardware and design upgrades, opting instead for incremental improvements and a more value-focused remix of an existing tablet. The TF300 is a more...
Good Inexpensive. Ships with Android 4.0. Quad-core Tegra 3 processor. Extremely useful optional keyboard dock. Improved camera.
Bad Slightly dim screen. Android still lacks an abundance of easy-to-find tablet-optimized apps...
Bottom line A mild refresh of its predecessor, but at a lower price, the Asus Transformer Pad TF300 remains a top 10-inch Android tablet that packs a fast CPU, Ice Cream Sandwich, and an optional keyboard dock that turns it into a true productivity machine...
In the Android sphere, the Asus Transformer Prime is regarded by many as the best tablet, mainly because it flaunts some cutting-edge hardware and a killer industrial design. Well, if you prefer something a bit more easy on the wallet, you won’t need...
Good Competitive price point, Packs a speedy quadcore CPU...
Bad Inconsistent web browsing performance, Terrible low lighting performance with its camera...
Bottom line Obviously, we like that the Asus Transformer Pad 300 boasts a price point that’s $100 less than the cream of the crop Transformer Prime – without sacrificing on the hardware. Frankly, many people will find some value in that, especially when it packs...
However, the combo feature just doesn't work as well as we'd hoped. The dock is not sturdy enough to bear the heavy tablet, resulting in a disappointing and overall fragile feel when put together. As the baby brother to the Transformer Prime, Asus'...
Good Brilliant high-quality screen, great features for the price, USB connectivity, superb battery life, excellent value for money.
Bad Not quite a laptop replacement, keyboard dock isn't as sturdy as we'd hoped.
FOLLOW US SHARE While the raised the bar for high-end Android tablets, not every tablet shopper has $500 to spend. With the Transformer Pad TF300 ($379 for 16GB, $399 for 32GB), ASUS is challenging the recently discounted with Nvidia's quad-core Tegra...
Good Eye-catching design; Strong performance; Mobile keyboard adds functionality; Compelling suite of apps; Good camera for a tablet...
Bad Thick smudge-prone bezel; Dimmer screen than Transformer Prime; Harsh sounding audio ;...
Bottom line The ASUS Transformer Pad TF300 offers Nvidia Tegra 3 power and a stylish design at a good price, plus an optional keyboard dock.
Five months ago, the Asus' Transformer Prime was hotter than Suzanne Collins' Hunger Games. Not only was the tablet fast, sleek, and well built; it was the first device that made consumers question the iPad's dominance. (And did we mention it came with Nv...
and ErgonomicsTo my eye, neither is a stunning piece, but both are easy on the eyes. The plastic-ification of the Transformer Prime design translates fairly well in the TF300. The Acer has a clean look and a grippy soft touch back. In terms of ergonomics...
and ErgonomicsAsus clearly listened to user complaints about the flimsy exposed ports on the Transformer Prime, so the new Transformer Pad TF300 has more support around the port area (less curve at the edges where the ports live). The power button is mad...
Video Review: The Asus Transformer Pad 10.1" TF300T Tablet is one of the best bang for the buck tablets on the market. With a 1280x800 IPS panel everything is bright & clear form just about any angle, NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core CPU for it's fast, 32GB...
Will the Infinity's features, including a bigger IPS+ display, lightweight design and bundled dock be enough to sway customers who are considering Apple's new Ipad? Is the bundled keyboard dock on the infinity...
When it comes to manufacturing high quality tablet devices, Asus doesn't cut corners. From build quality, to hardware and software, Asus tends to hit the nail on the head when creating tablets. Their recent onslaught of devices have all been well received...
Asus has finally dropped the 'Eee Pad' from its tablet line-up, and its latest Android tablet is the Asus Transformer Pad 300.The design of the Transformer Pad 300 (TF300T) is in essence a cross between the original Asus Eee Pad Transformer (TF101) an...
Bottom line The Transformer Pad 300 offers an attractive package for a reasonable price. £399 will get you 32GB of storage and the keyboard dock thrown in too. The excellent selection of ports, decent screen, competent performance and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwi...
Targeting the iPad 2, Asus' Eee Pad Transformer launched with much fanfare last year as it bridged the gap between tablets and netbooks by serving as both form factors via its TF101 docking station. The Eee Pad tablet sported a 10.1-inch (1280x800) IPS...
Bottom line Although the Transformer Pad TF300 isn't flawless, Asus met our expectations in delivering a worthy successor to last year's Eee Pad Transformer. Compared to the pricier Transformer Prime, the Transformer Pad looks and feels slightly cheaper, its scre...
What say you we analyze a tablet available in blue, white or red? What about a tablet that's priced cheaper than the other quad core model that made the news last year? I'm talking about ASUS Transformer Pad 300 here, a tablet's supposed to be priced at a...
Netbooks sales are dwindling, and it's easy to see why. While consumers remain keenly interested in ultraportable computers, they clearly prefer tablets to tiny Windows PCs. I don't blame 'em. The touchscreen interfaces that permeate modern tablets are fa...
Bottom line The original Transformer was a big deal because it offered unmatched features at a much lower price than typical tablets. In the year since its introduction, others have stolen some of the budget mystique. The Kindle Fire set a new low with a $200 asking...
Meet the TF300T, the newest addition to Asus's ever-expanding line of Android tablets. While the model number may suggest that it's the successor to the TF201 - the Transformer Prime - that's not exactly the case. Pick one up and it's immediately clear...
Good Like previous Asus tablets, it feels solid, and build quality seems as good as ever, The price is phenomenal. $379 entry point for a 16GB quadcore 10.1" tablet? Yes please, Smooth and snappy performance all around, Thinner and lighter than the (fairly fat and heavy) TF101 (.38" vs .51", 1.39 lbs. vs 1.49.), Great WiFi performance, and GPS works as it should, ASUS's customizations are fairly m...
Bottom line With a starting point of $380 and packing a quad-core Tegra 3 CPU, the TF300T offers a compelling package. It's a lot like a Corvette ZR1: blazing-fast, but swathed in plastic and made with a few compromises to keep it (relatively) cheap. Then again, t...
History has a habit of repeating itself; just as we had to burn through our review of the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime in short order, we're on the fast track again with the new ASUS Transformer Pad 300 (TF300T). With a tablet this hot off the press...
Bottom line Performance Analysis: The ASUS Transformer Pad 300 is hot tablet, offering excellent performance across the board; the only issue is that its predecessor, the Transformer Prime, actually performs just as well if not better. Further, the iPad 2 and Sams...
ASUS has taken the high-end Android tablet market by storm. There's already two Transformer tablets on the market, and another premium device is coming soon. That makes four Transformers in total, all varying in specs and price. So where does the ASUS Tra...
With the Transformer Pad TF300, Asus has set the goal to take the user experience of the award-winning Transformer Prime to the masses. Of course, this is easier said than done, and it is not easy to reduce the pricing to $399, while keeping the user e...
Bottom line excellent) With this new product, Asus is pushing the power of a high-end tablet lower into mainstream territory. In terms of functionality, it is very fair to think of the Transformer Pad TF300 as a $400 Transformer Prime. This doesn’t mean that th...
The 10.1-inch Asus Transformer Pad TF300 aims to reshape the tablet market by delivering top-tier performance at a value price. It largely succeeds in this mission, delivering performance that's on a par with its pricier Transformer Prime sibling. How...
Bottom line In spite of the stability issues I encountered, the Asus Transformer Pad makes for a good, large-screen value Android tablet. The extra storage you'll get will come in handy, but you'll have to be willing to sacrifice niceties like a subwoofer, rear-c...
If the ASUS Transformer Prime seemed like a masterpiece of a 10.1-inch Android tablet to you but you decided to wait and see if ASUS would release a slightly lower-cost model of nearly the same thing – you’re in luck. What we’ve got here is the ASUS Tr...
Bottom line Here we have the slightly less expensive version of the most well-rounded and powerful Android tablet on the planet. The qualities that allow this model to cost significantly less than its bigger brother are not bothersome to me, and I see no reason...
ASUS is in a bit of a pickle, but it's one that most manufacturers would love to be in. When designing the Transformer Pad TF300, they had to ask themselves how to refresh what has become an iconic symbol to Android tablet fans. The original ASUS Eee P...
The 10.1-inch Asus Transformer Pad TF300 aims to reshape the tablet market by delivering top-tier performance at a value price. It largely succeeds in this mission, delivering performance that's on a par with its pricier Transformer Prime sibling. Howe...
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Before the $399 iPad 2, before the $199 Kindle Fire , there was the $399 Eee Pad Transformer from ASUS . Like nearly all first attempts in the tablet space, the original Transformer wasn't perfect, but it was quite possibly the best try outside of Apple a...
Bottom line Fundamentally the Transformer Pad 300 doesn't change the iOS/Android balance, it's simply another great solution in the Android camp - at a lower price than the Transformer Prime. The fact that it doesn't carry any of the wireless issues of the Prime is a...
The folks over at Asus were nice enough to send us a brand new Transformer Pad before they hit the US market here in a few days. The tablet itself is Asus' attempt at creating a powerful tablet with strong on-paper specs, but keeping it at an affordable e...
Bottom line The Transformer Pad nails Asus' goal to have top of the line specs at a price point that can compete in a market place that is cluttered with other noteworthy competitors. But is it worth it? At $380 for 16GB or $400 for 32GB, it may in fact seem like...
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