Transformer features an iPad2 inspired design that is even thinner and nearly has the same weight. It also includes the micro SD and HDMI port. The 8Mp camera in the tablet is capable of capturing extremely detailed shots and records 1080p video. One very good thing about the Asus Tab is it Dock keyboard connectivity but it also makes the top heavy so you need to be careful that it doesn’t slip off the lap or the table. Here’s a detailed look at the main features of the tab.
Size and Design:
The Tab has an extremely elegant light weight sleek and sexy design. It weighs just 586g and is just 8.3mm thick.
It features a 10.1 inch Super IPS+ LCD, capacitive touchscreen having a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. The pixel density is 149ppi. The display is powered by ASUS Waveshare UI and protected by Corning Gorilla Glass.
It features a 8MP autofocus camera having the maximum image recording resolution of , 3264×2448 pixels. It is capable of recording 1080p video and there is also a 1.2MP secondary camera in the phone. It also features geo-tagging.
Processor and OS:
It features a Quad-core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A9 CPU powered by ULP GeForce GPU. The tab runs the Android OS Ice Cream Sandwich.
It does not feature any GPRS or EDGE connectivity but does follow Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n standards and featyre Bluetooth with A2Dp and micro USB 2.0.
The internal storage capacity of the tab is 32/64GB. There is 1GB of of RAM. It also supports microSD card up to 32GB.
The standard Li-Po (25Wh) battery is capable of providing up to 12hrs of talk time and up to 300hrs of standby time.
The tab features stereo speaker with SRS sound enhancement. It supports HTML and Adobe Flash. It also supports GPS connectivity with A-GPS support. Java apps are supported via MIDP emulator, there also an HDMI port in the tab. It is available in Champagne Gold and Amethyst Gray colors.
Price and Availability:
Asus Transformer Prime is available in Indian market for around Rs.30,000.