The long-awaited follow up to Asus’ original Transformer and Stuff’s Product of the Year 2011 heralds a new age of Tegra 3 quad-core tablets that are packed with enough power to make your dual-core slate feel a little bit Fisher Price. Our verdict? This shape-shifting netbook-come-tablet is a stunning all-rounder that is very much an iPad-baiter, netbook-beater and console-killer.
The Transformer Prime may be up for grabs now, but with the news of a newer, more high-end model with a fully loaded 1080p HD display due to hit the shelves in April, you might want to hold off on making that purchase. Just saying.
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