ASUS To Ship Transformer Pad 300 Tablet On April 22

In the market for a new tablet, but want something with a little more ‘oomph’? ASUS may have the cure for what ails you. In going with ASUS’ newfound philosophy of revamping its Transformer line, it went ahead and unleashed its newest quad-core monster the Transformer Pad 300 which will begin shipping next Sunday, April 22. It will come fully loaded featuring a Tegra 3 processor and Ice Cream Sandwich operating on a 10-inch display with a resolution of 1280 x 800, an 8MP and 1.2MP FF cameras. As good as this sounds, ASUS wants consumers to know that it’s latest option in the Transformer line is different from its competition– so what is it that separates this device from the others? Well ASUS puts it simple by highlighting the Transformer Pad 300 is “a laptop replacement with 4G LTE network capabilities”. Awesome.

You all salivating at the thought of owning one of these yet?

source: PC World

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  • Danny Holyoake

    No. Because I live in OutsideUSA where 4G isn’t available.

    A ten-inch tablet at that resolution is a shame, too.

    • Louco2012

      For the price you can’t expect best specifications. Get the WIFI version. You can always theater it with your cellphone. That’s what I do with the ASUS Prime! It works great!

  • meherzaan daruwala

    this is what a tablet should be(not some stupid over heating outdated iPAD 3)

    • crash95

      Батенька а вы идиот))

    • crash95

      I mean, dear, you are idiot )))

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    intel is always best and asus is good.

  • gmanthebrave


    Hmmm, tethering isn’t something I considered, but I doubt
    that my son’s iPhone would work tethered with this ASUS.  The Pad I ordered on Amazon today is his
    Birthday gift, and he will be so surprised. 
    He wants a larger screen to watch TV on rather than his iPhone.  Ever since we got a Sling Adapter from my
    employer, DISH, a year ago, he has been watching TV non-stop.  Of course, we pre-approve the shows and lock
    the DVR at home, but he records everything to watch later.  I like to watch live sports when I’m away
    from home using my Galaxy Tab.