Asus are a brand with a strong presence in the table hybrid field of the computer market. Going through its rich portfolio that includes VivoTab, Slate, MemoPad, SliderPad, Nexus and ending up with the one we are going to lay our hands on today – the Asus TransformerPad TF300.
This machine comes with Jelly Bean 4.2 version
The TF300 line one is going to appeal very much to Android fans as this machine comes with Jelly Bean 4.2 version.
At first sight TransformerPad made impression with its looks and more specifically the nice color which in our case was Torch red. The plastic case can also come in Royal Blue and Iceberg White, the accent comes from the concentric finished pattern on top. Despite the color play it is not a machine that is supposed to be taken lightly, say as a beautiful browse companion.
The IPS display technology delivers accurate colors and a high brightness
On the front there is a 10.1-inch LED backlit screen. The IPS display technology delivers accurate colors and a high brightness level copes well with the bright sun outside. The 178-degree viewing angles make the screen visible from any position.
Asus TransformerPad TF300 is powered by the world’s first quad-core processor NVIDIA Tegra3 4-plus-1. This CPU features an innovative architecture which adds one additional core which is called a battery-saver core. It is active when low-power tasks are performed. The rest 4 cores come in use for max burst when needed. The video performance is also optimum thanks to the 12-core GPU unit.
It’s the world’s first quad-core processor NVIDIA Tegra3 4-plus-1
The system memory capacity here is 1GB. As to the internal storage available, the options are two – 16GB or 32GB.
Since this machine is supposed to follow you anywhere you go, it is supposed to have it all. Asus Sonicmaster Technology makes sure you will have strong and clear sound on that tablet. On the back of the chassis there is an 8MP camera capable of f/2.2 aperture which makes low-light pictures a piece of cake. This is also possible thanks to the BSI sensor that perfectly combines with the advanced CMOS sensor. However, the absence of a flash is a huge drawback. The video call front camera is a 1.2MPs.
The interface on thAsus TransformerPad is a standard one. We mark the presence of a micro HDMI and a micro SD card reader. The mobile dock provides one USB 2 port.
The weight of the whole construction is 1.2kg. Both the tab and the dock station are equipped with battery pieces. When together, the power supply provides 15 hours of work.