Asus TF300T 10.1-inch Multitouch Tablet with Keyboard (Blue) (Nvidia Tegra 3 1.4GHz, 1GB RAM, 32GB HDD, WLAN, BT, 2x Cam, Android 4.0)

September 11, 2013 - Comment

Stunning; stylish colors with a concentric patterned finishAvailable in Royal Blue; Iceberg white and Torch Red*; the ASUS Transformer Pad offers the most stylish choice available in a tablet.*Color availability may vary from country to country. Please check with your local retailer for exact colors.NVIDIA® Tegra® 3 Quad-core CPU TabletPowered by the worlds first Quad-core

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Stunning; stylish colors with a concentric patterned finish

Available in Royal Blue; Iceberg white and Torch Red*; the ASUS Transformer Pad offers the most stylish choice available in a tablet.

*Color availability may vary from country to country. Please check with your local retailer for exact colors.

NVIDIA® Tegra® 3 Quad-core CPU Tablet

Powered by the worlds first Quad-core processor NVIDIA® Tegra® 3 4-Plus-1┢; the Transformer Pad browses the web and plays 1080p video at blazing speeds. The snappier response time and better multi-tasking performance make the Transformer Pad a true mobile entertainment powerhouse.

Improved Graphics Performance

Up to 30% higher graphics performance for better gaming experience than Tegra┢ 2

IPS Panel provides vivid images on the go

A brilliant IPS Panel brings viewable angles up to 178 degrees wide; while presenting excellent and vivid graphic images that produces 50% better and more accurate color range. Displayed in high brightness; itâ€TMs able to tolerate the sunlight; so you can enjoy it regardless of the environment that youâ€TMre in.

Transform to notebook mode with a full QWERTY chiclet keyboard mobile dock and up to 15 hours* of battery life
Admit it! You miss the touch and feel of a real QWERTY keyboard. The Transformer Pad offers you a choice to enjoy both notebook mode and tablet mode with the optional mobile dock.

The mobile dock offers a full QWERTY keyboard with touchpad and USB port; while also extending battery life to an incredible 15 hours for all day computing on the go.

*Battery life is measured under power saving mode; playing 720p video playback; Brightness:60nits; default volume with headphones.

Incredible audio experience with ASUS Sonicmaster Technology

Tuned by the ASUS Golden ear

Product Features

  • Processor clock speed: 1200 MHz
  • Processor manufacturer: NVIDIA
  • Processor model: Tegra 3
  • Processor number of cores: 4
  • Internal RAM: 1024 MB

Comments

Simon Says says:

ipad killer? Was interested in getting a tablet after my son bought a Samsung Galaxy 10.1, which was very nice. Trouble is I am not a great user of music/video downloads etc, but I use office apps for which an onscreen keyboard is not very useful, so when I saw the Asus Transformer I thought I’d check it out – and wow, I was not disappointed.Spec is excellent with 32 Gb storage, plus micro SD slot on the tablet as well as normal SD card and USB ports on the supplied keyboard. Keyboard is almost as useful as the one on my laptop, and there is a decent and useable basic office app included as supplied (with word/excel/powerpoint compatibility). Usual WiFi and bluetooth options Web-browsing is a doddle.Why bother with a netbook? in fact most people who have seen the Asus Transformer with its keyboard presume it is a netbook until you detatch it. Screen is excellent. Loads of Android apps available, and you are not tied into Apple products as in the case of the iPad. There…

Stuart says:

Love it! I love this tablet. Before I bought this I bought a cheap Chinese no-brand tablet, and it was woeful so I sent it back. There are holes I can pick with this tablet, but for what I want it’s perfect. Anyway here’s what I’ve experienced, the good and the bad … but the bad is just me saying what I’ve found – none of the bad stuff impacts on how I personally wanted to use the device for, but in the interest of a balanced review and to help you make your mind up I’ve included it allThe keyboard is great, it extends the battery life and it so much easier than using the horrible onscreen keyboards if you are going to do a reasonable amount of typing. A few people have said they don’t like the track pad because it’s a bit over sensitive, and yes at times I’ve managed to screw-up what I was doing by accidentally catching the track pad, but I screw-up more with the onscreen keyboards so it’s not so badI use this for sofa surfing in front of the TV. It’s as small as a…

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