The new ASUS Transformer Prime TF201 32GB Tablet is the latest offering from the brand Asus. This innovative tablet is designed to give you the comfort of a tablet and the ease of use of a Laptop. Use it like a tablet or as Laptop whenever you please. Portability gets a new definition, it is slim and light weight with width of just 8.3mm and weighing a little over 500 grams. Transform from the tablet to a notebook with the EEE Pad Transformer Prime Mobile Dock. This dock features a fully functional QWERTY keyboard and a touchpad, just as in your notebook. The pad and dock together can offer a backup for more than 18 hours at a stretch and up to 50 days on standby. Store your important files in its internal storage of 32GB. To transfer the files it provides various options like USB or you can directly transfer it to the external memory card. It provides a full HD display with the NVIDIA Tegra graphic accelerator. This is the forst tablet to be powered by a Quad Core Processor. The camera is of 8MP with LED Flash which lets you capture moments and save them for eternity. Buy this game changing Tablet from GrabMore at just Rs 27100! You get to save Rs. 14875.
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- Metallic spun finish design that’s only 8.3mm slim and 586g light.
- NVIDIA® Tegra® 3 Quad-core CPU for excellent multitasking, 1080P Full HD video playback and 3D games.
- Android™ 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS with Adobe® Flash® support.
- Full QWERTY keyboard with touchpad and USB port.
- Protected by scratch resistant Corning® Gorilla® Glass.
- MicroSD Card Reader.
- Micro HDMI port.
- 8GB life time ASUS Webstorage space.
- 8MP rear auto-focus camera with LED flash.
Asus has set a new trend in the Tablet market with the Transformer Tablet Series. The tablets from this series offer the user to switch between a notebook and tablet seamlessly. The TF101 was the first tablet in this series. It was launched in March 2011 and was later succeeded by the TF201 in December 2011.
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