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The Asus Transformer Pad TF701T is a 10 inch Android tablet with a full HD display, an NVIDIA Tegra 4 ARM Cortex-A15 quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage. Like other Transformer tablets, it’s also designed to be used with an optional keyboard dock with a built-in battery to extend your run time, although the dock is sold separately.

Normally it sells for $450 and up, although if we’ve learned anything from past Transformer Pads, it’ll get a lot cheaper in the coming months. But if you don’t feel like waiting, TigerDirect is offering a $50 rebate, bringing the price down to $400.

Asus Transformer Pad TF701T

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3 replies on “Deals of the Day (12-10-2013)”

    1. I’m not sure that $150 is worth having to deal with the catastrophy that is Windows 8.

      1. I also at first felt W8 was a catastrophe. Now I actually like it. True there is a learning curve, MS could have made it more elegant between metro and desktop modes as well as offered a better introduction. However, now that I know I can do everything I could before on the legacy desktop (which isn’t hard to get to), have a few useful apps that I use often, am using a touch PC and have even successfully used it to replace Vista on an older laptop (worked surprisingly well, even faster) I’m a believer. Also of course you need to be using touch screen to really see its value. So from my view it is certainly misstep for MS, but hardly a disaster. They will never have the monopoly they have enjoyed over the years, but is hardly on the ropes.

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