well from what i have read asus is supposed to be repricing the transformer at the $300 (16gb) and $350(32GB) and targeting them as main stream tablets and pricing the prime at 499 (32GB) and 599 (64GB) and targeting them as a premium tablet. If this comes true then there is a significant price discrepancy and was wondering it the added cost is worth it. (dont particularily care to much about how much thinner the new one is)
I was at a conference in Toronto and some random guy sitting next to me had a Transformer with the keyboard attachment. I asked him about it and I even got to mess around with it for a few seconds (he was taking notes). I absolutely loved it. It was snappy, screen was beautiful, plenty of useful apps from what I saw and the keyboard was great. I'm definitely considering picking up a Prime within the next year.
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