ASUS Announces Eee-Pad Transformer Prime: Features Nvidia’s Revolutionary Tegra 3 SoC

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ASUS announces Eee Pad Transformer Prime as the latest tablet under the hood of its famous Eee Pad series Tablets. Eee Pad Transformer Prime will be featuring Nvidia’s revolutionary Tegra 3 Soc ( System-on-Chip). Tegra 3 is powered with Quad-Core Cortex A9 processor and 12-Core GPU, capable of handling next generation mobile processing and gaming with ease. Tegra 3 delivers thrice the amount of performance of what Nvidia’s Tegra 2 was able to. ASUS announced the launch of this extremely powerful tablet at the end of 2011 and which will directly compete with Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Apple iPad 2.

Eee Pad Transformer Prime is 8.3 mm thick and weighs merely 586gms. It has 10.1″ Super IPS+ LCD supporting a resolution of 1280×800 pixels with Gorilla glass display feature. Eee Pad Transformer Prime Inherits ASUS Waveshare UI which gives users totally new UI experience. It features Quad-Core 1.3 GHz Cortex A9 processor and 1GB of RAM supported with 12-Core Graphics Processor Unit (GPU). This amazing specification was possible only because of Nvidia’s Tegra 3 chipset utilized by this tablet. This tablet will be available in two variants having 32GB and 64 GB internal memory respectively, and a Micro SD card slot supporting upto 32GB of memory. This new Eee Pad from ASUS will run on Android 3.2 Gingerbread though ASUS promised Android 4.0 ICS update for it, probably by first quarter of 2012. Eee Pad Transformer Prime has a 8 MP camera with Auto-Focus,LED Flash, Geo-tagging and supporting video recording upto 1080p with fairly good frame rates.

With the launch of ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime and Nvidia’s announcement of Tegra 3 SoC’s, tablet industry will mark new standards of mobile processing and mobile 3D gaming. Introduction of Quad-Core processor and 12-Core GPU will definitely raise the level of graphics of mobile games.

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