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ASUS launches Android based Transformer tablet

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NEW DELHI, INDIA: ASUS Technology has announced the availability of the ASUS EEE Pad Transformer TF101 Tablet.

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The ASUS EEE Pad Transformer TF101 becomes a full-fledged notebook just by fitting it into its docking station, said a press release.

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A key highlight of the docking station is its own batteries, which act as a booster enhancing the stand-by time of the whole unit from just 6 hours to 16 hours, added the release.

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It further added, the docking station features a full QWERTY keyboard, a multi-touch touch pad, two USB ports, a 3.5mm audio jack, and a built-in SD card reader.

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Unaez  Quraishi, sales & distribution director, System Business, ASUS Technology (India) said, “This Android tablet employs ASUS's netbook expertise, including a keyboard dock that not only makes typing easier it also doubles the battery life and boosts connectivity.”

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Powered by Google's Android v3.0 Honeycomb, ASUS EEE Pad Transformer TF101 Tablet comes with NVIDIA Tegra 2 Dual core processor and weighs 680gm.

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"We are excited to launch the much-awaited ASUS Transformer in India. This latest creation will bring revolution in the field of technology,” said Alex Huang, country head, ASUS Technology (India).

Another unique feature of the product is the ultra-convenient ASUS WebStorage with one year of unlimited storage space that provides worry-free cloud computing, added the release.

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