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Shen states that he feels his company will be able to ship 300,000 Eee Pad tablets in the Second Quarter (Q2) and he believes between .5 million to 2 million ASUS tablets will have shipped by year’s end. The US market, the Apple iPad and other tablets will be the biggest hurdles for ASUS, states Shen. Shen will probably be right about Apple and the iPad, most industry analysts see Apple shipping between 40 million and 65 million iPads this year. ASUS has priced their first tablet the Transformer very affordably at $399 (start price) and many looking for Android 3.0 tablets have been pleased with that.
The highly anticipated ASUS Eee Pad Transformer has finally arrived. It also boasts a wide viewing angle of up to 178 degrees, dynamic 3D stereo sound, 10-finger multi-touch capability and better colour reproduction compared to other tablets. Coupled with the NVIDIA Tegra 2 Dual Core processor that ensures snappy performance, Adobe Flash 10.2 support and superb scratch and impact resistance, it's no wonder the Transformer truly impresses.
Not just a tablet, attach the optional keyboard and the Transformer turns into a notebook. You can purchase the Transformer at all ASUS authorised dealers for just $699 (tablet only, GST included). Or try your hand at winning one simply by 'liking' the ASUS Facebook site (at www.facebook.com/asus.sg).
The ASUS Eee Pad Transformer has had an unusual launch in both the US and UK. The very well price Android 3.0 Honeycomb dual-core tablet was sold out in minutes on Amazon where Target was the supplier, as well as Best Buy almost overnight. Unofficially, only 100,000 ASUS Eee Pad Transformer tablets were available on launch day, half of the 200,000 originally promised.
The Eee Pad Transformer from Asus was just recently released in the US yet it seems that it already went out of stock from pretty much any place you could’ve grabbed your very own Transformer. The Asus Eee Pad Transformer was hitting the stores for those of you living in North America on the 26th of April. The company did warn that stocks were rather low, yet despite this, the tablet manage to sell out in pretty much every major retailer.
Certain forums are buzzing with users who managed to grab their Asus Eee Pad Transformer just before it went out of stock, while others are still trying to find places to get their Android Tablet fix. The Asus Eee Pad Transformer packs some top-notch specs, and this shows in how fast it’s selling at every retailer along with its really low price tag. If you managed to get some cash together you can grab yourself the tablet for roughly $400. Stay tuned for more, as we will keep handing out updates regarding the Asus Eee Pad Transformer!
By. Android Phone Tips