Wednesday, February 29, 2012

There's Tegra chip 4 3, equipped with camera 8 "dots", IPS + screen brightness 1.5 times normal as the old version, Transformer 2 battery possesses "very terrible" 18 English (with chargeable keyboard dock included).

With the quad-core chip is equipped with Nvidia's Tegra 3, Asus Prime Transformer also honored with the title of powerful devices running Android most ever. Like the "predecessor" Transformers, Prime upgrade can also be used independently or in conjunction with the keyboard dock capable mobile charger for tablet.
In terms of every aspect, Asus Prime Transformer (also known as Transformers 2) will generate some innovative features than the old version of Transformer. In terms of design, a machine with a thickness of 8.3 mm impressive (compared with 8.8 mm by 8.6 mm iPad 2 & Samsung Galaxy Tab 10), weighs 586 grams, is designed with shiny metal coating, anti- clinging dirt and fingerprints. Both the machine's keyboard dock also "castigate" and retrofitted to many USB 2.0 ports and SD card slot.
But that's not the most impressive of the Prime Transformer. Asus' new tablet is equipped with 10.1-inch IPS screen + resolution of 1280 x 800 pixel brightness 1.5 times compared with IPS screen which is fitted on the current tablet. With that as the camera 8 mgapixel CMOS sensor, which helps the machine works well in low light environments and aperture F2.4 lens.
Also, the battery life of Prime Transformer also be pulled up to 18 hours (compared with 12 hours of the older version) when using the keyboard battery dock comes.
Prime Transformer was last updated Android OS 4.0 and PC Ice Cream Sandwich will be sold in two versions of 32GB ($ 500) and 64GB ($ 600). Users can customize the keyboard dock comes with $ 150.
Some pictures of Transformers Prime:



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