ASUS Transformer Prime and its faithful companion core
Subject: Mobile | January 10, 2012 - 01:58 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: eee pad, transformer prime, asus, tegra 3
The Tech Report just wrapped up a review of the ever popular EeePad Transformer Prime, the tablet with a keyboard for a dock. This particular model is updated with the 5-core Tegra 3 processor, which means faster performance and the presence of the ultra-low power GeForce GPU that NVIDIA has been so secretive about. There were more improvements than simple processing power, a SuperIPS+ mode which makes the screen bright enough to easily read in direct sunlight and more consistent colour reproduction. The improvements seem to come with a cost as the battery life is less than the previous models although not prohibitively so. Check out the good and the bad of the first Tegra 3 powered device on the market.
"With an updated Tegra 3 processor and a sleek new design, the Transformer Prime may be the hottest tablet around. We take a closer look to see if Asus has created another compelling iPad alternative."
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