There was a lot of eagerness related to the ASUS Transformer Prime tablet; the first tablet ever made that features a quad-core processor (named Tegra 3). This tablet is absolutely amazing in terms of specs and performance, revolutionizing the world of tablets. As it turns out, things are going to get even better in a relatively short time, given that ASUS revealed at CES 2012 an improved version of this magnificent tablet, named ASUS Transformer Prime TF700T.
The Taiwan Company offers their costumers an improved Transformer Prime tablet, one that is capable of rendering resolutions as big as 1920 x 1200. It turns out that ASUS has two versions of this tablet in store for us, and during the Nvidia press conference that took place at CES 2012, they also presented a small quad-core tablet featuring only 7 inch in terms of display. MeMo 370T (as the small tablet is named) became the world’s first 7-inch tablet that is embedded with a quad-core processor, its price being only $250, a price that will most likely eliminate all the competition on the current market.
MeMo 370T tablet has a 7-inch display, capable of supporting resolutions up to 1280 x 800, it is powered by Android Ice Cream Sandwich and it will most probably feature 16GB of internal memory alongside 1GM of RAM memory.
A closer look at the Transformer Prime TF700T tablet shows various upgrades of the original model, offering better GPS functions (fixing some of its original limitations) and also improves the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi features of the tablet. Having a 1080p HD display resolution, the improved model of Transformer Prime tablet will certainly win the competition of 2012, successfully competing against any other tablets that are to be released in the current year.
In terms of specs, ASUS Transformer Prime TF700T features Super IPS+ display, 32GB/64GB internal memory, quad-core Tegra 3 processor powered by Android 4.0.1 operating system. As for the prices, the 32GB version will be available for purchase for $599 and the price tag for the 64GB version will be $699. This tablet is expected to hit the market in Q2 of 2012, first being available in the United States.