Asus Transformer Pad 16GB 10.1” Tablet with Android 4.4 and Keyboard Dock
A robust quad-core processor and vivid HD display combine with a handy keyboard dock to make this tablet just as technologically impressive as it is practical.
From Tablet to Notebook and Back Again
The Transformer Pad grants mobile convenience and practical computing power in one sleek device. Use it alone for casual browsing and app use or connect it to the included keyboard dock to compose documents, write emails, and perform other text-heavy tasks.
Robust Power in a Sleek Interface
Speedy performance meets user-friendly features. A snappy quad-core Intel Atom processor and a gigabyte of RAM keep large apps and multitasking sessions running smoothly. With the ASUS Zen UI, the Android KitKat operating system gets a sleek façade and helpful additions, such as the calendar-consolidating What’s Next feature and an intuitive Do it Later task list.
Vivid Display for Immersive Entertainment
See everything from office apps to streaming movies in colorful high definition. The HD multitouch display features IPS technology that grants an accurate image over a 170-degree viewing angle, so you can watch YouTube clips in full quality even while ducking down to play hide-and-seek with the webcam.
- Model number: TF103C-A2
- 10.1” IPS TFT multitouch display (1280x800)
- 1.86GHz Intel Atom Z3745 quad-core 64-bit processor
- 1GB RAM
- 16GB eMMC flash storage
- WiFi connects to both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz channels
- Bluetooth 4.0 and near-field communication (NFC)
- GPS/GLONASS location services
- Operating system: Android 4.4 (KitKat)
- 2MP rear camera
- 0.3MP front camera
- Supports microSD, microSDHC, and microSDXC cards
- Up to 9.5 hours of battery life
- Dimensions: 7” (W) x 0.4” (D) x 10.1” (H)
- Weight: 19.4oz.
- Condition: new
- One-year warranty from ASUS
- Full specifications
ASUS was named for Pegasus, a symbol of wisdom and knowledge in Greek mythology. In addition to these two tenets, the company mirrors the winged horse in another significant respect: both entities have taken part in a series of epic journeys.
ASUS notebooks have lived on the MIR Space Station. They were the first to work in the thin, icy air atop Mount Everest. As fireworks exploded over the opening ceremonies of the Beijing Olympics in 2008, ASUS servers directed the show. ASUS motherboards have probably even found their way directly into your home or office, as they’re present in one of every three computers and one in every two pizza delivery men. That’s a lot of ground for the Taiwanese company to cover in less than three decades.
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