Tuesday, 13 March 2012

Asus Transformer Prime: The best Android Tablet till date?

It is conspicuous from the title itself that this article is going to be an effort to find out why the Transform Prime is considered to be the most stunning and powerful Android Tablet known to man till date, especially when the entities like the Galaxy Tab also breathe on the same planet. Let’s find out if there is any concrete substance behind the statement or not; let’s divulge into a thorough review.

When we look at the Transformer Prime we get to know that how much sweat the Taiwanese tech conglomerate Asus has bled for this gem of a gadget. The very first looks is so endearing that any gadget lover would fall in love with the Prime instantaneously. The sleek tablet can be transformed into a notebook by just attaching the detachable dock. The dock offers the users a full chiclet keyboard and a touchpad along with a USB port.

Now, if the readers want to turn their attention towards the tech specs of this suave machine, it boasts of being the world’s first Quad core tablet as it comes packed with NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor, which is well complimented by a strong 1GB RAM. After the CPU and RAM comes the storage capacity, the Prime comes in two avatars in that segment: 32GB and 64GB, that is not all, the buyer get 8GB web storage for lifetime.
Coming to the camera section, the Transformer Prime sports a whooping 8MP camera on the rear with auto focus and flash, the camera is capable of recording videos at 1080p. And on the front side it has a 1.2 MP camera for video chat or self portrait.

As far as the battery life is concerned, the Prime will dazzle the users there as it offers a huge 12 hours work time with its 25Wh Li-Polymer battery and with its dock on it will go to the extent of 18 hours with 22Wh additional battery support. The standby time that the Transformer Prime offers is 50 days.

It has a dimension of 263 × 180.8 × 8.3 mm and it weighs around 586g (without the dock). As far as the size of the screen is concerned, it comes with a 10.1inch IPS+ screen, which happens to have a 1280X800p resolution. To protect the screen from the scratches the Transformer Prime has Corning Gorilla Glass cover.

At the time of purchase the machine has Android 3.2 Honeycomb OS on board but over the time it is liable to get the ICS 4.0 update. Keeping the software talk alive, this machine has flash support to let the users take full advantage of the Internet. As said earlier the Prime offers you 8GB of cloud storage, the ASUS online multimedia hub has a humongous stock of around 7 million songs on offers. In addition you also buy news papers and magazines, and books from Amazon Kindle.

In the ports and connectivity segment there is Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR and Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n. It has a 2-in-1 audio jack , 1 micro HDMI port,1 Micro SD card reader, and internal microphone & stereo speaker.

Lastly, there are more than 50000 apps waiting for you in the Android Market to compliment your tablet, that is ASUS Transformer Prime.

What say folks, what is your pick on the ASUS Transformer Prime!

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