Transformer Prime From Asus – First quad-core built-in processor
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Asus has created a new nuance in the gadget world with the publication of Transformer Prime with quad-core built-in processor. The Transformer Prime from asus sounds really great. I wonder what makes this so cool. Of course, because everything is modern.
Once again, Asus re-create the breakthrough. The newest product, the Eee Pad Transformer Prime from Asus that brings quad-core built-in processor. This Transformer Prime became the first gadget that carries quad-core built-in processor.
Working with 3.2 Android Honeycomb operating system, Asus is offering an upgrade to Google’s latest operating system, Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0). Very impressive transformer prime from Asus.
Has a 10.1 inch screen, a resolution of 1280 x 800, and is protected by Gorilla Glass, 1 GB RAM, and has two cameras – one behind the 8-megapixel camera and 1.2 megapixels in the front.
A fully charged battery can last in 12 hours, and the price of this tablet is between 500 to 600 dollars depending on whether you want a 32GB or 64GB storage capacity.
Back to the processor, Tegra 3 quad-core CPU, up to now only available on desktop and high-end laptop, and only Transformer Prime, the only tablet that use it today.
Apart from testing the upgrade from single core to dual-core results in improved performance is better, that is 50 percent, compared to dual-core upgrade to quad-core only increase 25 percent, but the quad-core era remain eligible to be celebrated.
With quad-core, transformer prime from Asus would be much better for web browsing and multi-tasking. And quad-core has been widely praised in the graphics and rendering capabilities to run the game, said the report written by Technology Review.
Acer and Lenovo are two of many manufacturers that want to launch quad-core tablet in the first quarter of 2012. So, it will be competitors transformer prime from asus.
Here’s The Tablet Eee Pad Transformer Prime From Asus :