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Friday, 02 September 2011 10:00

Asus Transformer vs Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Review: Head to head, keyboard docks included

Asus Transformer was one of the first Tegra 2 devices on the market and one of the first, right after Motorola Xoom, to get the Android 3.0, also known as Honeycomb. This operating system made things much better for tablets and it started the Android tablet movement. Many have followed and today Asus Transformer boasts version 3.1 (version 3.2 is listed on Asus’ portal but currently unavailable).

We managed to grab this tablet for the third if not fourth time this year in order to spend a bit more time with it and compare it with sexy, banned by Apple, Samsung Galaxy tab 10.1 and find the key difference. Both tablets come with optional docking stations (picture below). We’d say that Asus’ solution is much more functional, but we’ll analyze this in more depth later in the review.

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