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Asus Transformer Prime becomes official, starts at $499

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: November 9, 2011

Asus has finally announced their 2nd-generation tablet, the Asus Transformer Prime. It's thinner, lighter and 5 times faster than the old one -- boasting the first quad-core processor in a tablet. Asus Transformer Prime specs: 10.1" Super IPS+ display @ 1280x800 pixels Gorilla Glass NVidia Tegra 3 1.4GHz quad-core processor 32GB and 64GB internal storage 1GB DDR2 RAM 1.2MP front-facing camera 8MP autofocus camera with LED flash 3.5mm mic & headphone combo jack micro HDMI port micro SD card slot USB 2.0 port (dock) SD Card slot (dock) WiFi 802.11 b/g/n Bluetooth 2.1 w/ EDR Google Android 3.2 Honeycomb Asus

Asus Transformer Prime hits stores for Php32,995

Relevance: 98%      Posted on: February 1, 2012

I wasn't expecting the Asus Transformer Prime to pop up in stores this early considering Asus Philippines has set a technical seminar with the members of the media for February 16. This one is spotted at Villman's website and priced at Php32,995 which includes the docking station (32GB model). They did not indicate how much the price of the tablet is but I'm thinking it's in the Php23k to Php25k range. Not a bad price considering the first Asus Transformer is still selling for Php29,995. Asus Transformer Prime specs: 10.1″ Super IPS+ display @ 1280×800 pixels Gorilla Glass NVidia Tegra…

Asus Transformer Pad Infinity vs. Transformer Prime

Relevance: 93%      Posted on: July 8, 2012

We recently got a demo unit of Asus' latest Transformer Pad TF700. While this tablet has not been released in the Philippines, we were told it's coming before the end of the month. I already own the Asus Transformer Prime TF201 and did a little comparison with the Pad Infinity TF700. The Pad Infinity TF700 has a full HD 1080p display. That's 1920x1080 pixels compared to the 1280x800 pixel resolution of the Transformer Prime. Here's a close-up look at the display screen of the two tablets: Notice that the Pad Infinity on the left still has more clarity when the…

Asus Transformer Prime unboxed, in the flesh!

Relevance: 92%      Posted on: February 4, 2012

Villman did not get back to me regarding my online order of the Asus Transformer Prime the other day. Fortunately, the good folks from Asus PH gave me a tip that Accent Micro still has units left and took the liberty to reserve one for me. So yesterday afternoon, I shelled out Php32,995 to get the first Tegra 3, quad-core tablet in the Philippines. The package price includes the keyboard dock. I am told by the sales guy that the units came only this week and are in very limited stocks only. It wasn't even on display yet (I think…

Asus Transformer Prime vs. Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7

Relevance: 92%      Posted on: February 6, 2012

With both tablets from Asus and Samsung being released to the public days apart and with a difference in the suggested retail price at only Php5, it's hard not to compare the two. So, if you have a spare Php33,000 lying around, would you go for the Asus Transformer Prime or the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7? If we look at the photo below, the difference is very noticeable -- the Galaxy Tab 7.7 has cellular functions while the Transformer Prime boasts of a mobile dock. To be clear though, the two tablets cater to a different target market. The Galaxy…

The new iPad 3 vs. Asus Transformer Prime

Relevance: 84%      Posted on: April 9, 2012

We've been able to acquire the new iPad and I thought it might be apt to compare it with one of the leading Android tablets around, the Transformer Prime. And to be fair to the iPad 3, we're detaching the keyboard dock on the Prime for this exercise. Already wrote and posted some unboxing photos over at TechWireAsia as well as some first impressions so we're done with that and we can go straight to the comparison. Comparing the new iPad 3 to the Asus Transformer Prime might look easy on paper but actual features will vary and be in

Asus Transformer Pad TF300 sneak peek

Relevance: 73%      Posted on: April 16, 2012

The cheaper Transformer is here and we got a quick sneak peak of what it looks like this afternoon. Asus will make the official announcement on the 22nd but local reps allowed us to share with you some in-the-flesh photos of the Transformer Pad 300. At first glance, it would be hard to figure out if this is the Transformer Pad 300 or the original Transformer Prime. Asus made sure that they built the Pad 300 in the same solid build and elegant finish. In some areas, the Pad 300 might look better than the more expensive, all-metal construction of…

Asus Transformer Prime TF201 Review

Relevance: 72%      Posted on: March 4, 2012

Asus is probably the first manufacturer to out a quad-core tablet and also the first one to set the tone on netbook-cum-tablet form factor. Check out our full review of the Asus Transformer Prime TF201 after the jump. The Transformer Prime is a second-generation tablet from Asus and the company has made sure its got all the bells and whistles with it. Its got a thinner body but on a same solid, metal chassis coupled with a very powerful engine under the hood. I reviewed the first Asus Transformer and was already impressed by it back in September 2011 (although…

ASUS Transformer Book T300FA now in the Philippines

Relevance: 69%      Posted on: April 8, 2015

Along with the Transformer Book T300 Chi, ASUS Philippines has also launched in the country the Transformer Book T300FA which sports a 12.5-inch HD display and an Intel Core M processor. ASUS Transformer Book T300FA specs: 12.5-inch 16:9 HD (1366x768) display Intel Core M 5Y10 Processor Integrated Intel HD Graphics 5300 4GB LPDDR3 1600 MHz SDRAM 64GB iSSD storage 500GB HDD dock (up to 1TB) microSD card slot HD Webcam WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n 1 x COMBO audio jack 1 x USB 3.0 port(s) 1 x USB 2.0 port(s) 1 x micro HDMI 1 x Micro Sim card slot 1 x micro…

Spotted: Asus Transformer 3G

Relevance: 67%      Posted on: September 9, 2011

If these photos of an Asus Transformer 3G is any indication, we might be seeing the 3G variant by next month. We spotted a unit being tested with a Sun SIM card earlier today. I bought an Asus Transformer with the dock last week not knowing there will be a 3G variant so I was surprised to see one today. The 3G SIM slot is located on the left side of the tablet, just below the power button and volume rocker. The cradle pops out by pushing into a small pinhole (same as the iPhone). The only issue now that…