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Asus Transformer Pad 300


$379.00 Released April, 2012

Product Shot 1 The Cons:The proprietary charging connector is a pain. I lost my cable somewhere so now I'm going to have to order a new one. Also it's not great at recharging; acts a little funny.

Released April 2012 with model number TF300T, this is actually cheaper than than the Asus Transformer Prime (TF201) which was released December 2011. It has a 10.1 inch IPS display and is wifi only (no cellular).

The keyboard dock can be purchased separately and allows it to be used similarly to a laptop.

Notably, it has a proprietary charging input.

Neowin has a detailed review, including specs, at Review: Asus Transformer Pad 300 (TF300T).

You can also use a comparison tool at the Asus website to pull up the specs and compare to other Asus tablets; http://www.asus.com/Tablet/Comparison.aspx?PG_ID=wwv0gbcxZ6D1UGcL&KeepThis=ture&TB_iframe=ture&height=535&width=500&white=true is the link as of August 2012.

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    The proprietary charging connector is a pain. I lost my cable somewhere so now I'm going to have to order a new one. Also it's not great at recharging; acts a little funny.

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productperfect: #asus_transformer_pad_300 Kinda just testing this out, as I found I can't edit the "con". I actually enjoy using this thing even tho I don't like the proprietary charger. I should also mention that my keyboard dock no longer works, and it wasn't that helpful anyway because the Android system is not really ready for keyboards. It stays basically in "touchscreen" mode so the keys that I'm used to using don't work (even using the down arrow to scroll down). 11 hours ago
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