ASUS Transformer Prime Official Page Now Live

by: Carl ParkerNovember 23, 2011

ASUS has officially posted the official product page for its upcoming ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime TF201 tablet, which the company just recently announced.  The new page describes the tablet as “paired and primed to perfection.”

A few photos of the Transformer Prime and its docking pad are also provided in the gallery.  ASUS has also provided a rundown of the tablet’s most important features such as its design, design, operating system, processor, and connectivity features.  The overview page also provides a link to a page for the various accessories compatible with the ASUS Transformer Prime.

Claimed to be the world’s first quad-core Android tablet, the Transformer Prime has the ability to shape-shift between a netbook and a tablet.  It is the first Android tablet to use the quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 system-on-a-chip.  The tablet has a 10.1-inch Super IPS+ touchscreen (1280×800 resolution) protected with Corning Gorilla Glass.  The tablet is expected to have a 32-gigabyte and a 64-gigabyte model.  Additional cloud-based storage is also reported through ASUS Webstorage.

The 32-GB model is expected to cost US$500, while the 64-GB model is expected to cost US$600.  ASUS is expected to release the Transformer Prime in early December.

Are you getting one?  What color?

  • champagne gold for sure

  • That’s great!!! I want this

  • The ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime is now available for Pre-order in North America

    32GB for $499!
    64GB for $599!

    Available in Amethyst Gray & Champagne Gold colors.

    Great price, considering it’s a quadcore tablet that works for 12 hours (without the dock). It’s unbeatable! :)

  • Dadasda

    when is it comming out?

  • beautiful piece of engineering, just can’t wait to put my hands on it :)

    btw I am already competing for one here:

    if you like this tablet, why not give it a try?

  • David

    Just called Asus vs WiFi and GPS and now ICS issues. They acknowledge the problems and told me it will require a software fix. Many websites show it to be the metal backing dampening RF signals. Second, the techie told me not to install ICS cause it is causes problems. Regrettably, as soon as I receive my Prime in the mail, I won’t even open the box and it goes back to Futureshop.

  • Csilden

    why wont my M5A88-M alow me to install my nvidia grafics card or drivers?