Asus has officially revealed world’s first tablet running on nVIDIA’s Tegra 3 processor just now. The tablet will be available in the market next month with Honeycomb on-board.
The Prime announcement comes in the wake of rumors of its postponement to get the ICS love, but it looks like Asus decided to release the product in the market and push the update over the air later. Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime will be running on Android 3.2, when made available sometime next month.
Accompanying the official debut of nVIDIA Tegra 3, Transformer Prime made its debut today with features like a 10 inch 1280X800 resolution display, 8MP rear camera with LED flash, and 1.2MP front camera. Prime is just .33 inch thick and comes with microSD card slot, 3.5mm audio jack, and micro HDMI slot.
Asus has priced Eee Pad Transformer Prime at $499 for the 32GB internal storage version and $599 for the 64GB storage version. The keyboard dock will separately available for $150.