Transformer Prime, the first tablet ever with a quad-core processor. Taking advantage of the brand new NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core mobile processor this will truly be the ultimate consumption device and the most powerful consumer tablet on the planet. Gaming will be like never before, and performance will be maximized all while still offering 12 hours of battery life. I can't wait!
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Eee Pad Transformer Prime is expected to be the first device to run Nvidia's quad-core Tegra 3 processor when it's announced on November the 9th, and some eagle-eyed testers have the found processor and component speed benchmarks in the AnTuTu database. Needless to say, this thing is a beast.
quad-core Eee Pad Transformer Prime, and that two "hero products" will be launching next spring. In between revenue results and media coverage, the presentation mentions a November 9th launch for the Transformer Prime - already confirmed by an Asus executive - and notes that Asus has shipped 1.6 million units of the original Transformer and the Eee Pad Slider.
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and the NVIDIA Tegra 3. Today its been spotted along with its keyboard dock friend showing off its sleek design and aluminum frame. It was recently teased on video and ASUS has also launched an official page for the Prime.
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Galaxy Nexus missed its Prime moniker are in luck: it looks like the tablet formerly known as the Transformer 2 will get it instead. Asus has pot together a landing page for the "Eee Pad Transformer Prime", thrilling Android tablet fans and children of the 80s together in one fell swoop. The page is quick to point out the tablet's Nvidia Tegra 3 "Kal-El" quad-core processor and thin new design.
Asus Transformer 2 in the last few days, and now it's been confirmed by none other than Asus executive Jonney Shih. Shih spoke at the AsiaD conference hosted by All Things D, where he pulled out what is almost certainly a nearly complete EEE Pad Transformer 3 and its keyboard attachment. Shih also confirmed that the tablet is using "Nvidia’s quad core processor", which to our ears sound like the Tegra 3.