ASUS Transformer Prime (TF201) Tegra 3 Tablet and Keyboard Dock Review
ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime (TF201) Android Tablet Review
When we first heard about the best name ever for a tablet PC, or possibly any component, we had visions of a robotic looking blue and red case… sadly, well kind of, this proved not to be and instead Asus released a sleek looking update to the original Transformer that we reviewed last year. The Prime is one of the world’s first Android tablets with a quad-core processor and is running Android 4.0 and today we have one on our test bench for review.
Packaging and Bundle
The Transformer Prime arrives in a box which shows a clear image of the product on the front. Once we remove the foam reinforced cardboard lid we find the Transformer Prime resting on a molded plastic infill which has a compartment that holds bundled items.
Bundled with the Transformer is the product documentation which is elegantly packaged in its own separate black card wallet and consists of a warranty card and user manual. We also receive a charger, with changeable plug head and when the charger USB cable is removed from the plug attachment it doubles as a data cable allowing the Transformer to be connected to a PC or notebook using the pre-loaded PC Sync software.