ASUS Transformer Prime Android Tablet Shines on Teaser Page (Video)

October 24, 2011, By Leo Xavier

Asus has created a teaser page for the company’s upcoming successor to the Asus Transformer, the Asus Transformer Prime. The tablet, which was shown-off live on stage at the AsiaD conference last week, is expected to be officially released in November.

As you might already know, the Transformer Prime will be the world’s first tablet to sport a quad-core Tegra 3 processor.

So we can’t say anything against the company’s decision to boast about it on the device’s teaser page.


The new tablet, which is expected to run the newly released Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS, will offer a combined tablet and docking keyboard configuration, following the footsteps of its predecessor.

As mentioned earlier, the device also comes equipped with NVIDIA’s latest mobile processor, the ARM Cortex A9-based Tegra 3 quad-core processor.

The 8.3mm thin device has also been rumored to come with 1GB of RAM and 32 GB of inbuilt memory.

But don’t expect that it will be too easy for the quad-core tablet to come on top of the tablet market. Other ARM-based quad-core devices are also expected to be released on the market in the next few months.

Apple is also believed to be planning to bring out similar processors soon. The company’s forthcoming A6 processor is expected to debut in the iPad 3.

More info on the device will be available soon. So stay tuned for updates. For now, check out the video if you missed the AsiaD conference. Skip to the 6:10 mark to see the device in action. And head here if you want to check out a promo video of the device.

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