The Asus Transformer Prime was first revealed by Asus at the AsiaD conference in October and we saw a photo leaked of the Transformer Prime the other day. Today, we found out that the Transformer prime will launch on November 9th according to a slide from a presentation at an investor conference. The slide also indicated that Asus will release some Windows 8 tablets in Q3 2012.
Specs wise, the Transformer Prime features a NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor, 14.5 hours of battery life, a 10.1-inch screen, mini-HDMI connector, a full USB port, and a SD card slot. We aren’t sure of what version of Android this device will run on, whether it be Honeycomb or ICS. If it is Honeycomb, it will undoubtedly get a quick upgrade to ICS after it is released.
We don’t have any info on pricing yet, but we will notify you on November 9th of the price and the rest of the specs of the Asus Transformer Prime.
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