It doesn’t feel like a year has passed since we reviewed the original ASUS Transformer and its innovative keyboard dock, ngunit sa katunayan umaagos ang panahon, at medyo kaunti ng ang nangyari mula noon. Ang kumpanya ay inilabas ang Magbigay-alam, for starters, kasunod ng dalawa iba high-end models. At ngayon, the OG Transformer is going the way of the dodo, as the affordable new Transpormador Pad 300 (aka the TF300) takes its place. Though this newest tablet was announced back in February, it’s only just going on sale in the US this week, simula sa $ 379 for the 16GB version, at $ 399 for one with 32GB of built-in storage.
In addition to the fact that this replaces a truly memorable product, the TF300 is intriguing because it represents an even better deal for consumers: it borrows some design cues from the higher-end Prime, and also steps up to a similar 8-megapixel camera. Like the Prime, masyado, it runs an unskinned version of Android 4.0 and packs a quad-core Tegra 3 maliit na tilad — something you don’t often see in a tablet this price. Sa maikling salita, the main differences between this and the Prime are battery life (10 hours versus 12), and the quality of the display (the 10-inch screen here offers 350 nits of brightness instead of 600). Those all tunog like reasonable trade-offs and, nang tapat, they are. That’s our abridged review, over and done with in just two paragraphs, but meet us past the break if you’re craving a kaunti more detail.
Gallery: Asus transpormer TF300 Pad pagsusuri
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