ASUS Eee Pad Transformer 3G has its support page online on ASUS’ website for a while now. While we’ve been waiting for news on the release date, an Android Central reader David managed to snap up the tablet (32GB model) during his trip to Taiwan. He has sent photos to Android Central to prove the device is what he claims it to be and also state some facts about the hardware.
Sadly, the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer 3G does not feature the Kal-El quad-core processor we were all dreaming it would have. Will US receive a bumped up version of the same tablet? Can’t say but sure, no harm in hoping. The tablet ships with a different battery and runs Android 3.2 out of the box.
For the rest, it’s pretty much what we expected it to be with 1GB RAM, 10.1″ LED backlit WXGA screen with 1280x800p resolution, 16GB/32GB internal storage and unlimited ASUS web storage, 5mp rear and 1.2mp front camera, miniHDMI port, MMC/SD/SDHC card reader, SIM slot, 2 USB 2.0 ports, WiFi, Bluetooth, sensors (e-compass, GPS, gyroscope, light sensor, G-sensor), and battery with 8.5 hours backup. On the software front, there’s Android 3.2, Adobe Flash, Android Market, and Google services. From ASUS, you’ll get the ASUS Launcher, MyLibrary, MyNet, MyCloud, File manager, and PC Sync.
We loved the ASUS Eee pad Transformer and there’s no doubt the 3G version will be just as popular. Are you waiting to pick this up?
[via Android Central]