UNCONFIRMED: ASUS Transformer Prime coming to Malaysia in January 2012

Posted:  November 13, 2011   By:    4 comments   

The ASUS Transformer Prime is one of the anticipated Android tablets to look out for with its Quad-core Tegra 3 processor and ultra-slim profile. Word has it that the aluminium clad Android tablet will be coming into Malaysia sometime January next year with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich installed.

No pricing details have been announced but we believe it would be competitively priced like its predecessor. The original Transformer 16GB WiFi was priced at RM1799 with the keyboard dock. Since this is a 32GB version, we would expect Transformer Prime to be priced higher. During its official announcement, the Transformer Prime is priced at US$499 with the optional dock going for US$149 which is about RM2036 combined.

If you’re wondering how does the Transformer Prime look like in real life, check out the early hands-on photo which compared it with other devices.


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4 Comments for UNCONFIRMED: ASUS Transformer Prime coming to Malaysia in January 2012


Cant wait for your reviews and hands on video soyacincau!


January? I was hoping for December!

Adam Asyraf

really cool!!! can't w8 until its arrived Malaysia =)


With a slim, lightweight design and a 10.1-inch WSVGA IPS capacitive display made from durable and scratch-resistant glass that is viewable at angles up to 178°, the versatile Eee Pad Transformer is the perfect tablet for anyone who want to enjoy multimedia on the move, but still wish to have easy access to the web, email, and other productivity applications. A custom user interface provides easy access to the many features of the Android 3.2 (Honeycomb) operating system, while the NVIDIA® Tegra? 2 chipset provides full support for Adobe® Flash® 10.2,1 smooth HD video conferencing and playback, a lightning fast web experience, and incredible mobile gaming performance. Front and rear cameras make for easy video chat and digital photography, which can be played back in video on HDTVs via a mini HDMI output port, making it a true mobile entertainment device.