Eee Pad Transformer TF101 was presented today, in the futuristic setting of the Milan Design Week 2011, boasting of its extreme versatility. The device manages to “turn” with a simple touch of a tablet netbook, giving its owner the convenience and comfort of a device with a physical keyboard. With a single gesture, Asus Eee Transformer Pad can be coupled to a docking keyboard (QWERTY with isolated elements) and take advantage of a dual battery (9.5 hours to 16 hours on the pad on the notebook), which will enable a complete multimedia experience and navigation Web.
The docking as well as offering a keyboard chiclet, endows the tablet a practical multi-touch touchpad. The dock also allows you to connect two USB peripherals or accessories (such as headsets, mice, external hard drives, memory sticks, printers, etc.), Or directly transfer data, photos and even video through the appropriate memory card slot.
The 10.1-inch touchscreen display and IPS-type multi-touch features, in fact, an extreme viewing angle, which reaches 178 degrees, not only has an incredible strength and exceptional resistance to scratching through the protective glass CORNING GORILLA. Exceptionally high performance, thanks to the most recent and powerful dual-core processor with NVIDIA Tegra 2 which is equipped, Eee Transformer Pad is always responsive and immediate answers, quick and fast, even with the most exciting games, multimedia content, including the most complex sizes up to FULL HD, and various applications, and of course give online browsing experience very pleasant and intuitive.
Equipped with Android OS Honeycomb 3.0 and integrated GPS, Eee Pad Transformer TF101 will be available in Italy from mid-April with a retail price of Euro 399 including VAT (without docking keyboard) and Euro 499 inc VAT (with docking keyboard). The docking keyboard will be available as an option at a price of 149 €.