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Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime TF201 Driver

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The new Asus tablet with a keyboard dock is one of the first products with Nvidia's quad core processor, Tegra 3. Just in time for our review, Asus also upgraded to Android 4.

We examined how the hybrid with the brand new chip and latest software fares in comparison to the precursor and the competition. Android tablets are nothing new.

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Nor are keyboards for tablets, which can be operated via Bluetooth. This closed the gap between notebook and cell phone a bit once more.

At the time of the test, it quickly became clear that the Asus Transformer couldn't really replace either device, although the dock offers a few useful expansions, such as an additional battery, a USB port and an SD card slot. Now Asus wants to further develop the keyboard-tablet combination with its successor, "Transformer Prime".

Naturally, we were extremely curious about which innovations the operating system includes beside the few cosmetic modifications. But that is also understandable, considering that it has been on the market for almost a year. The performance comparison between the iPad and the Android tablets may however be secondary.

After all, it is primarily a question of the used software. Case The concentrical, brushed metal surface is an eye-catcher in any event, and resembles the ultrabook, Zenbook, from Asus at first glance.

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The Transformer Prime doesn't have any wobbly parts or faults on its case - the workmanship absolutely lives up to the design. It's quite easy to insert the tablet into the keyboard dock, whereby the provided holder lifts the device into a slightly tilted position. Although it was just as stable, the precursor came along in a plastic case.

The minor and negligible yielding under pressure isn't observed in our latest aluminum model: Tablet and dock don't show signs of denting or twisting under impact. This is a very noticeable difference.

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We put it to the test and measured 8. Those who now say this is a distinction without difference could be right. There shouldn't be much of a difference noticed between the iPad 2 and Transformer Prime - but there is between both Transformer models. We determine grams, and thus the manufacturer's specification will likely be right.

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The tablet is thus almost grams lighter than the predecessor specified with grams. The iPad 2 weighs approx.

Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime TF201 Driver

Connectivity As the predecessor, the Transformer Prime can serve with a lot of expansion options that were so painfully missing on the iPads: Nevertheless, we would have expected a bit more - after all, it is a tablet dock combination. The USB port enables operating input devices, such as a standard PC mouse as well as various gamepads. Power button with integrated LED Left: SD card, audio jacks, USB 2.

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The GPS module isn't anything new compared to the predecessor, either. Whether a corresponding stick can be used via UMTS couldn't be tested. At least the latest Android 4. Unfortunately, USB tethering didn't work with a smartphone even after upgrading to Android 4.

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