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ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime Tablet

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ASUS introduced Eee Pad Transformer Prime, the first tablet to feature a NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor. The 12-core GeForce GPU and vSMP technology delivers an optimum user experience featuring smooth multi tasking capabilities, lightning fast app loading, a rich and fluid web experience, full 1080P HD video for realistic media playback or recording and of course, incredible gaming performance.

Featuring an ultra-slim form factor, the Transformer Prime is only 8.3mm (0.33″) thin and weighs in at a mere 586g (1.29lbs without dock). Its innovative metallic swirl design is made of aluminum for a secure yet extremely comfortable grip that comes in two colors: Amethyst Gray and Champagne Gold.

Transformer Prime has a battery life of up to 12 hours, but when combined with the mobile dock, it lasts up to an incredible 18 hours, the longest battery life of any current tablet. That's enough battery life for a trans-ocean flight, all-night game session, viewing several movies on a long road trip or even video recording, editing, and then playing back your child's school play all in 1080P HD clarity.

The Eee Pad TransformerPrime boasts a wide 178° viewing angle IPS display, protected by Corning Gorilla Glass, which features new ASUS technology to enhance the brightness of the screen for a better outdoor reading experience while still offering a remarkably vivid and brilliant viewing experience of photos, books, videos, movies and web pages indoors. Thanks to Multi-Touch technology, you can use your fingers to do everything from swiping through photos, surfing the web, playing the latest games, typing emails, instant messaging, reading books or magazines, and starting your favorite movie.

ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime Tablet with Keyboard

A 1.2-megapixel front camera allows for instant photos or high-quality video conferencing with friends, family or coworkers while an 8-megapixel rear camera with auto-focus and LED flash takes brilliant photos or video thanks to a large F2.4 aperture, back illuminated CMOS sensor, touch-to-focus depth of field and low-light noise reduction to provide the clearest and sharpest photos or even 1080P HD videos.

The Transformer Prime offers impressive audio capabilities in a tablet, powered by ASUS exclusive SonicMaster technology, renowned for crisp and acoustically accurate audio. It produces crystal clear sound with a wide sound stage, increased audio fidelity, and distinct vocal enhancements for an immersive audio experience with your favorite music track, video, or movie.

The Transformer Prime is offered with either 32GB or 64B flash storage options for quick, efficient and reliable access to your applications. Both models feature a micro SD card slot, 3.5mm combo audio jack and micro HDMI port so sharing both what's inside and on-screen is quick and easy. However, the function that gives the Transformer Prime its namesake is the mobile dock, which gives new meaning to the term versatility. This innovative and convenient design seamlessly provides the user with a keyboard and touchpad, along with limitless expandability options via the USB port and SD card slot.

ASUS will include several innovative applications like SuperNote that is fantastic for its ability to take, draw or record notes and Polaris Office which is great for staying productive with the ability to read, edit or create Word, Excel and PowerPoint (MS Office 97-2007) compatible files. Thousands of top rated applications and games are also available at Android Market that fully takes advantage of the Transformer Prime's amazing features and power.

Price and Availability
Pricing will range from $499 (32GB) to $599 (64GB), with the optional mobile dock accessory priced at $149.

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