After a teaser site set up by ASUS, the new Eee Pad Transformer tablet gets pictured in a hands on experience coming from Italy. This time, the model is also dubbed ASUS Eee Pad Transformer TF201 and we can see a very appealing trackpad under the QWERTY row. It all looks very comfortable.

The docking area looks the same, but the exterior shell seems a bit more elegant and has a chromed look. People who touched this slate claim it has a refined aluminum look, the camera gets a LED and Android 4.0 runs on top of the Tegra 3 CPU on this product. The tablet also comes with a microHDMI port, a microSD card reader and a custom ASUS interface.

To me the slate looks a bit thinner, but I have to wait till its debut on November 9th to pass real judgement. Among the confirmed specs right now we have the Nvidia Kal-El/Tegra 3 processor of the quad core kind, possibly 16GB of internal memory, WiFi, Bluetooth, 1GB of RAM and a 5 megapixel camera. Would you buy it?


  • Julian

    Is there a 3G connection? I don’t understand why should I buy a tablet without 3G. Usualy, in a WiFi spot I can use a laptop or a notebook. If I’m buying a tablet I’m doing this because I can take it where ever and when ever I want even on holiday in the mountains. Again, why should I buy a tablet if I’m always tied by WiFi spots.

  • Dude

    Hotspot your smart phone, no point in paying for 2 data contracts, that’s what I do.