The world's first Nvidia Tegra 3 quad core tablet running Android OS 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is here, and we've put three Transformer Prime tablets through their paces to bring you this long term test drive and review. We examine the great, the bad and the ugly facets of this uber-thin and fast tablet. We cover the keyboard dock and squeezing your Prime. This is a long review, folks.
The Transformer Prime is Asus' second gen Android 10" tablet and it has a lot of solid specs for the price. It has an extremely bright and high contrast Super IPS+ mode with 600 nits brightness for better outdoor viewing. The tablet is supremely thin and light and features an aluminum casing that's available in champagne gold and amethyst gray. This is a WiFi-only tablet, and it has WiFi 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth and a not very functional GPS. The Prime works with Asus' optional keyboard dock that turns it into a laptop-style device.