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Some red begonias, for instance, were actually magenta, if our resulting pictures are to be believed. The tablet is fast, stable, and boasts a very nice screen quality. Moreover, the performance is a clear improvement over what you’ll get from similarly priced inch tabs, many of which run on last year’s dual-core Tegra 2 chip. Microsoft Surface Pro 6 This generation of the Transformer also records p video at 30 fps. And in case you couldn’t tell, we’d heartily agree with your decision if you did, though for anyone who’s been holding out for a not-too-expensive Android 4.

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Plus, with a resolution of x pixels, the This CPU-throttling feature was also on the Prime, and I’m still waiting for other vendors to adopt similar modes, as they are pretty useful. Factor in the decent camera, slightly more polished design, clean Android experience, nice app selection and the useful dock, and you’ve once again got yourself a good deal.

For better and worse, the engineering here hasn’t really changed, so if you already own a first-gen Transformer and are wondering if aus should upgrade, you can probably get away with skimming this section.

Don’t show this again. The TF also comes with plenty of Asus goodies installed. PCB color and bundled software versions are subject to change without notice.


Asus Transformer Pad TFT – Full tablet specifications

The durability is amazing. For just all around use it could not be better. With the Transformer Pad, drop the heavy books and papers from your life.

Attempting the opposite, though, isn’t advised. The snappier response time and better multi-tasking performance make the Transformer Pad a true mobile entertainment powerhouse. Wrap-up Though the TF’s price is fairly low, there thankfully isn’t that big of a catch. Please check with your local retailer for exact colors. Show More Show Less. Tt300 all sound like reasonable trade-offs and, frankly, they are.

Transformer Pad – Colorful 10.1″ Quad-core Tablet with Mobile Dock for Entertainment

The Bad The tablet’s design isn’t as thin, sturdy, or sexy as the Transformer Prime’s and feels a bit hollow in comparison. On the right, there’s nothing but the requisite 3.

Still, with the brightness pushed to the max a luxury you can afford, given the robust battery lifeyou should have little problem glancing at your email on the go or framing shots in the camera app. And if we do say so, that loud speaker allows for some crisp sound effects that is, until the person next to you on the train stink-eyes you into muting those monkey shrieks.

Still, with Asus reverting to plastic, I’m a bit perplexed as to why the TF keyboard costs the same as the Prime’s. Incredible audio experience with ASUS Sonicmaster Technology Tuned by the ASUS Golden ears team, audio on the Transformer Pad is delivered with the most precise processing protocols and codecs, superior speaker construction and large resonance chambers for yf300 audio enjoyment.


There are multiple reports of the screen cracking due to the amount of stress the hinges puts on the screen when opening and closing the unit. The program set up is excellent. Summary The second-gen Transformer is a clear improvement over the original, and is the best inch, mid-range Android tablet you can asys right now.

The unit does not employ Gorilla Glass, and is therefore more susceptible to breakage. I am a technology person both in my professional and personal life.

Before we tv300 on to how the tablet actually performs, let’s take a asue tour around the device, shall we? With aggressive use a charge with the dock attached will last over 8 hours and without the dock, it will do nearly 5 hours. Ratings and Reviews Write a review.

I’ll give you a hint: It doesn’t feel like a year has passed since we reviewed the original ASUS Transformer and its innovative keyboard dock, but indeed time flies, and quite a bit has happened since then.