Asus Transformer Pad TF103 and TF303 Leaked Online

By Vivek

By now Asus has already made its Transformer Pad a super hit device among all its other devices. However, the series have been becoming better and better with every passing year. Now a new model of the hybrid tablet/pc has again hit the online world yet again.

Asus Transformer Pad TF103 and TF303 Leaked Online


This time around the Transformer Pad has appeared in 2 variants viz. Asus TF103 and Asus TF303. The former one looks like it will come in comparatively less price than that of the latter one. Thus you can say that the TF303 variant of the device will be a high-end model.

Asus Transformer Pad TF103 and TF303 Leaked Online

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Then news come from Italian site NotebookItalia and according to the information provided by the site, the Asus TF303 is expected be the first Transformer Pad powered by the combination of Android OS and Intel chipset. Android 4.4 is expected to feature in the device out of the box and the Intel Bay Trail chip would be powering the hybrid slate. No further information pertaining to the device's specs have been disclosed as of now.

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However, the Asus Transformer Pad TF103, which as said earlier is a cheaper variant is said to come with a 10.1 inch screen. Both these device come with a QWERTY keyboard dock that converts the tablet into a laptop. And both the models in fact look alike.


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