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Official: Kal-El Lives With Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime

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The Asus Eee Pad Transformer is one of my favorite current Android tablets, but it looks like Asus is outdoing itself with the successor. What we once knew as the Eee Pad Transformer 2 is now officially revealed as the Eee Pad Transformer Prime. And yes, it's got Kal-El going on.

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Supernote Takes Super Notes On Your ASUS Tablet

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Now I have another reason to make me want go back to school, and that is Supernote. Supernote is an app that helps you take…notes, but in a super way. It had previously been shown on the Eee Pad Transformer and Slider earlier this month, when ASUS brought out the OTA update to Android 3.2.1, but now there are more details on new features within Supernote and they sound really nice.

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Ice Cream Sandwich Confirmed For Asus Eee Pad Tablets

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We already know that the Galaxy Nexus is launching with some ICS, but Asus is quick to point out that its tablets will be getting a nice taste of the Ice Cream Sandwich too.

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Asus Transformer 2 Android Convertible Tablet Teaser Video

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Asus is working on a new Transformer 2 tablet for Android. The convertible tablet will allow you to easily dock to a full QWERTY keyboard. The video teaser has all kinds of special effects where eventually the Transformer 2 tablet is raised upon pilars of exploding light. Yes, the gods have descended upon man and brought him the Asus Transformer 2.

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Next year’s Ultrabooks to feature 2560×1400 displays, Ivy Bridge processors

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These days it's fairly common to find notebooks with 1366x768 resolution displays, even if they happen to be 15-inch screens. That's the same with this first generation of Ultrabooks from companies like Asus and Acer. However, the Ivy Bridge-powered ultrabooks next year could make a quantum leap beyond full HD.

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Asus Eee Pad Transformer 2 first to get NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad core processor

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Tegra 3 is just around the corner and it looks like Asus could be getting first dibs at Kal-El. It looks like the first device to launch with Tegra 3 will be the next-generation Asus Eee Pad Transformer Android tablet.

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Asus Eee Pad Slider shipping at $400, running Android 3.1

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Asus has lifted the lid on their Eee Pad Slider, making it available online for orders and immediate shipping. As previous rumors had it, the 10 inch tablet would feature an NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 1 GB RAM and an integrated keyboard. Plus, the SL101 Slider would come in two versions, allowing you to choose between 16GB of storage space and 32 GB. Of course, the price will also vary $400 for a 16GB unit and $550 for a 32Gb one.

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Asus Gets Confused with Eee PC VX6S Lamborghini

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Maybe I'm missing something here. I'm in Taipei for Computex and I made my way over to the Asus booth. Naturally, the Padfone is a pretty big draw, but the netbooks and notebooks are pretty important too. Then, I saw the Asus Automobili Lamborghini Eee PC VX6S and I'm left scratching my head.

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Asus Intros 7 Inch 3D Tablet

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Asus has unveiled a fourth tablet at Computex 2011 to go alongside the recently announced PadFone. The Eee Pad MeMO 3D runs Android Honeycomb, has a 7" multi-touch screen and is powered by a Qualcomm 1.2 GHz dual core processor with 1GB of RAM and 32GB of onboard storage.

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A Closer Look at The Asus Padfone Smartphone Tablet Dock

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Mostly living up to the expectations, rumors and leaks, the Asus Padfone was revealed to the world at Computex Taipei 2011 this week. The idea is similar to the Motorola Atrix, except the phone goes directly into a tablet-shaped device. The problem is that Asus is keeping its mouth shut about any real details.

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Asus Melds Tablet and Smartphone to make Padfone

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And why not? Asus is is set to release their own re-engineered iteration of the Motorola Atrix 4G dock, riping out the keyboard making a dockable smartphone slate, we have the PadFone. This is a new generation of devices to hit the streets and all they are is just a shell without the guts and brains. Slide your smartphone into the PadFone, and you have just made buying a computer more efficient. Rather than two massively destructive impacts on the earth, you have just one marginally less destructive.

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ASUS Introduces The Eee PC X101: PadPhone Tablet Dock Leaked

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ASUS has recently introduced some of its new products: the PadFone and the super slim Eee PC X101 netbook. The netbook can run MeeGo or Windows 7 in dual-boot and is powered by an Intel 1.5GHz Oak Trail Atom processor bringing a 600 graphics GMA.

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iPad 2 Challenger: Android Honeycomb ASUS Eee Pad Transformer available to US late April

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If you're on the fence about going Android, still considering the iPad 2, but haven't made a commitment just yet then maybe you should ponder things over for a little while longer. The UK and Taiwan release of the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer were a success; it shortened supply (doesn't this always happen) for the rest of the world. Now with an end of April release, the $400 Android 3.0 (honeycomb) iPad challenger is set to make its debut to the US.

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Asus Eee Pad Transformer Promoted in Big Bang Theory Parody

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You know, of the tablets that Asus announced at CES earlier this year, the Eee Pad Transformer is probably one of the most interesting. It's kinda like the tablet version of the Motorola Atrix 4G, allowing you to dock it for notebook functionality or separate it for tablet functionality.

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Asus Planning $200 Netbook with Chrome OS or Android

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It might seem like tablets are the hottest thing since sliced bread, but Asus is trying to remind us that dinner rolls aren't too bad either. So to speak. Asus has a few tablets up its sleeve, but it's also not giving up on the netbook.

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