Asus Transformer Prime Website Landing Page has Gone Live!

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  1. dgstorm

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    For power-users, the new Asus Transformer Prime Android tablet could very well become the new "de facto standard" by which a host of Android tablets are compared to throughout the beginning of next year. The new power-house flagship tablet will be sporting the new NVIDIA Tegra 3 Quad-Core processor, and could possibly be the first tablet with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Even if it comes with Honeycomb, it is likely that it will get an update to ICS very shortly.

    Also, it is likely coming very soon as it's website landing page has just gone Live! There are no details on pricing or availability yet.

    Here's the Landing Page: Asus - Prime is Coming Landing Page

    Source: TransformerForums.com
     
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    It will be mine. Oh, yes. It will be mine. CHA CHING!
     
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    Oh man!!!!! Ihave been waiting for the Transformer 2. Can hardly wait to get my hands on one. It will be a double treat if ICS comes with it!!!!!
     
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    Most awesome tablet ever! Love the first Transformer and dock; my only real complaints are that the build was plastic, large, a bit bulky; and the Keyboard dock USB covers were a bit flimsy...oh, wait, exactly that and more was fixed in the Prime! ;)

    Looking forward to this. Looks to be an incredible device.
     

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