Thursday, December 01, 2011

ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime review by Engadget

We all have been waiting for the Tranformer Prime to launch but while you wait you can read up on the device at Engadget. They have written a review of the Android Tablet. You can read the entire review HERE

The Galaxy Tab 10.1 has had a long run as the top-tier Android tablet in the 10-inch size, but that position has now properly been usurped. The original Transformer was a very good tablet and it successor steps up another notch. The Transformer Prime is thinner and lighter than the rest and, with 32GB of storage available for a dollar under $500, it's a better deal than most of the top-tier contenders.

The dock, however, is a bit of a tougher sell. If you need crazy battery life on the road then it's definitely a good choice, even if you won't be relying on that cramped keyboard too often. In fact, the less you have to use that part the better, but it's still a perfectly usable way to enter URLs and it sure beats the pants off of any virtual, touchscreen text input method .

For the moment the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime is the best Android tablet on the market. All hail the new king.

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