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Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Asus Transformer Prime review: The best Android tablet yet?

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CNET Reviews Android Atlas Asus Transformer Prime review: The best Android tablet yet? Eric Franklin by Eric Franklin December 2, 2011 5:29 PM PST Follow @nidopal The Asus Transformer Prime connected to its keyboard dock. Never has a purple(ish) tablet looked so sexy.

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Since the launch of theiPad 2, I've been waiting for the Asus Transformer Prime. While I didn't know it existed until a few months ago, just the thought of a powerful, robust, and sexyAndroidtablet has invaded my dreams for months now.

Well, maybe not my dreams, but at least my thoughts. The moment tablets start invading my dreams is the moment I'll know I'm spending too much time with tablets.

So, is Transformer Prime the tablet of my dreams thoughts? Its quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 CPU definitely gets me excited, but it takes more than just raw speed to truly impress. Thoughtful design as well as well-implemented and useful features don't hurt either.

Throw in that intangible, "it just feels right" quality and you could be truly on the road to something special. Something that could be considered the best in its category.

Check out the Transformer Prime's full review to see how we considered it.

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Eric Franklin Eric Franklin is senior editor covering monitors and tablets and also manages CNET's San Francisco testing lab. When not reviewing the latest products in his categories, he's usually gaming, system building (you know, desktop PCs), working out, or imagining himself as one of an interchangeable cadre of super-powered individuals performing really cool-looking actions in slow motion.

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