liwen · Jan 9, 2012 at 05:25 pm

New Transformer Prime Model has 1080p Screen

The ASUS Transformer Prime, the first tablet to have a Tegra 3 quad-core CPU, is already up for a refresh, undoubtedly keeping pace with the race to 1080p on tablets, also being brought forth by Acer and their upcoming Iconia A700.  The upgraded Prime, model TF700T, will have a full 1920×1080 resolution IPS+ panel and will also have an upgraded 2MP front-facing camera. Also different will be its shipping operating system, which will be Android Ice Cream Sandwich, instead of Honeycomb found on the original Prime. Look for the upgraded Prime to arrive in Q2 for $600/$700 for 32/64GB.

Source: BoyGenius


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