The Asus Eee Pad Transformer is now shipping in the UK and Taiwan, and YouTube user realparadyne has posted one of the first unboxing videos of the 10 inch Android tablet.

The retail packaging looks nice, and the tablet itself doesn’t look too bad. The tablet comes with a power adapter, USB cable, user guide, and that’s about it.

It doesn’t look like realparadyne sprung for the optional keyboard dock, but while the keyboard is certainly one o the things that sets the Eee Pad Transformer apart from the competition, the tablet certainly holds its own as a standalone tablet as well. It has a 10.1 inch, 1280 x 800 pixel capacitive multitouch display, 1 GHz NVIDIA Tegra dual core processor and runs Google Android 3.0.

The tablet also has a slim design, an attractive textured panel on the rear, and cameras on the front and back.

via Eee

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5 replies on “Asus Eee Pad Transformer unboxed – Video”

  1. In this video, you can see a honeycomb pattern all over the screen. I assume that has to do with the touchscreen. I wonder if that would lessen the picture quality. (around 6:30 into the video, you can see it easily in the reflection).

  2. Brad, any news on the Slider? That sounds cool too. Hard decision to make. I do hope that comes out too.

  3. watching paint dry would be about as exciting as this video. why do people insist on doing these things.

  4. I agree with the first comment…it’s a computer, why all the reverence and the lame mumbling’s… try opening your mouth when you speak

  5. 8min unboxing video. . . when a couple pics would have sufficed.

    I really don’t get why people still do these unboxing videos. Just show us a few images of what’s in the box and save the bandwidth. We’ll see the rest in the review.

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