If you are looking for the perfect pad, look no further than the ASUS Transformer tablet a.k.a asus transformer eee pad, which is shown and described below.
The Android 3.1 model, which has already received Honeycomb 3.2 update last week. ASUS Transformer tablet comes with a 10.1 inch screen 1280 x 800 pixels (IPS LED LCD), it measures 13mm thick and weighs 680 grams. It has stereo speakers and a keyboard accessory costs enormously attractive that transforms into a tablet netbook.
ASUS Transformer tablet model for some time, and the processor would win a duel with this unit hands down. It has well spaced keys, comfortable to use the touchpad (which you do not need, when you use a touch screen) and all the good in a notebook. It even has two USB ports using the keyboard and SD card slot is enabled to use the media honeycomb 3.2 update.
Another impressive achievement is the battery life ranging from 15 hours for the tablet and keyboard are combined, as they come later with its own power source. Back to the specs on ASUS Transformer tablet we get all the speed and power of NVIDIA Tegra 2 Dual Core 1 GHz CPU, with 16/32GB storage, 1GB of RAM and a microSD card slot. No 3G version is available now, so we have to do with WiFi and Bluetooth.
What the camera is not ready for HD video recording, and large photo soon, because you only have a 5 megapixel sensor is here, with autofocus, geotagging, and a man in advance camera with 1.2MP resolution and call the video card. This is certainly a large table, it is still cheaper than the iPad, the two stand-alone version.
Keyboard on ASUS Transformer tablet is sturdy and flexible, but it tends to creak a little ‘at times, as well as a large field of compressed frame, it is. Not the lock button on the top of the keyboard, so it’s very, very easy to attach and remove the tablet in seconds. I really can not imagine a better place for this portable device.