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Transformer Prime vs. Galaxy Tab 10.1!

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The ASUS EeePad Transformer Prime and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 are probably the two best Android tablets on the market right now. In this video, we take a look at some of the differences and which one is better.

In short, the ASUS EeePad Transformer Prime wins with its Nvidia quad-core processor, microSD card slot, microHDMI slot, and all of this fitting within 8.3mm thick form factor.

On the other hand, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 is a great tablet for those of you who don’t need additional storage, don’t mind using adapter for HDMI, and also want full ster

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ASUS Transformer Prime Review!

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Thinking about getting the best Android tablet on earth right now? (Or just the best tablet that’s better than iPad 2 and Galaxy Tab 10.1?)

The ASUS EeePad Transformer Prime is exactly that, this tablet is the world’s thinnest tablet device at just 8.3mm thick with the world’s first Nvidia quad-core processor.

Not only that, the Transformer Prime gives you a microSD card slot (so you can extend the storage to additional 32GB), and also comes with microHDMI slot so you can mirror your 720P HD screen to your HDTV.  (iPad 2 and Galaxy Tab 10.1 d

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Transformer Prime Unboxing!

Looking for the best Android tablet on the market right now? You might just want to check out the all-new ASUS EeePad Transformer Prime, which comes with world’s first quad-core processor and is the world’s thinnest tablet device now.

In this unboxing video, we cover many aspects of the new Transformer Prime including but

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EeePad Transformer vs. Galaxy Tab 10.1 Android Tablet Comparison!

Probably the two best 10.1-inch Android tablets are the EeePad Transformer and Galaxy Tab 10.1.

My favorite is the Galaxy Tab 10.1 as it’s the world’s thinnest/lightest 10.1-inch tablet device right now and I love the camera/speakers on it, which work very well.

On the other hand, the EeePad Transformer is great too as its keyboard dock and additional battery life makes it useful and productive for business.

Overall, I would say Tab 10.1 has a bit of an edge due to its design but the EeePad Transformer does also just as well if you are looking for mo

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ASUS EeePad Transformer Android Tablet Review!

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The 10.1-inch ASUS EeePad Transformer Android tablet is a “piece of art”.  With its exquisite metallic-coffee finish and metallic bezels, it reminds me of luxury watch that belongs in a museum.  But yes, this also is one of the best Android tablets you can get right now and also boasts the lowest price of $399 (for tablet only) with a ton of features.

ASUS EeePad Transformer Hardware Review

The Transformer comes equipped with dual-core 1Ghz Tegra processor, just like the Motorola Xoom and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.  There’s virtually no difference i

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Eee Pad Transformer Android Tablet Review!

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I personally witnessed the very first announcement of the Eee Pad Transformer at the ASUS press conference CES 2011 earlier this year.  I thought this was the most revolutionary tablet device as it allows users to use it as a full netbook with the additional keyboard accessory and additional 16 hours of battery power.

Well, the Eee Pad Transformer is now out, it comes loaded with a 10.1″ screen, 1280×800 resolution with viewing angles up to 178 degrees, 16GB or 32GB internal storage, 1GB DDR2 memory, Tegra 2 dual-core 1Ghz processor, and Android 3.0 Honeycomb.

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Eee Pad Slider Review!

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The Eee Pad Slider Android Tablet is one of the “most creative” Android tablets launched at CES 2011 this year.   It features a “sliding keyboard so the end-user has access to a physical keyboard while providing a built-in tablet stand.

The problem with most tablet devices out right now such as an iPad, is that it requires the user to use it at and awkward angle or

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Eee Pad MeMo Review!

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At CES 2011, we were able to get a glimpse of what ASUS has coming for their “first” line of Android tablets.

First up is this Eee Pad MeMo, that will supposedly run Android 3.0 (or Honeycomb). Although there’s no official date of release, we are excited behind ASUS’s announcement and their previous affairs with laptops and netbooks.

The Eee Pad MeMo h

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