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For the past several years, tablets have grown in popularity immensely, due to their mobility, easy user interface and amazing visual displays. In fact, on April 9, 2012, Asus will be revealing its latest tablet design, the Transformer Pad TF300T Tablet.

Powered by Google's Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system and built with an NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor, the Transformer combines mobility with long-term functionality by coming with a removable QWERTY keyboard dock that can extend battery life by up to 15 hours. In this way, the Transformer Tablet is powerful mobile package, all built into one.

For example, the TF300T Tablet will come pre-installed with Polaris Office software, which allows users to complete word-processing tasks such as writing and editing documents, work with spreadsheets and even create and open presentation files. If users wish to work with images, audio or video, SuperNote can take notes on these types of files. Plus, all of these files are automatically saved, protected and backed up by the system's App Locker and App Backup.

But, while the Transformer Pad certainly has enough power to sustain itself as a primary computer for many users, it is also incredibly mobile. Weighing in at about 1.4 pounds and measuring only 0.39 of an inch in thickness, the Transformer TF300T Tablet is lightweight, sleek and extremely portable. Plus, its blue exterior, LED backlight IPS panel and 10-finger multi-touch screen makes for an aesthetically pleasing, easy-to-use display.

The new Asus tablet also comes with a built-in 1.2MP front and 8.0PM rear camera, built-in speakers, Bluetooth 3.0 and wireless configuration, 1 GigaByte of memory, free cloud computing and storage and much, much more. It will only be available for sale by several select retailers on Monday, March 9, so contact Portable One for more information about the new Transformer Pad TF300T Tablet today.

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