The Tablet PC market was brought to life last year with the introduction of the Apple iPad. In its first year of the iPad was an incredible 15 million units sold, which is more than all tablet PCs have been sold by 2010. Apple and then continued with the launch of the iPhone 2, which is to date another hugely popular device.The iPad was able to overcome almost any other Tablet PC experience before him, and not go too far in saying that it has created a market that did not exist. The combination of IOS on a bigger screen and momentum inherited from the iPhone sales helped account for the bulk tablets. Fast forward to this one, where everyone wants, and most are taking advantage of the Android operating system. But why Android-based tablets have been so slow to take off in comparison? Part of the reason is that Android is not designed with tablets in mind. Google has been working hard on refining the design and release of Android tablet known as Honeycomb, which was released last February, when it launched the Motorola Xoom. Since then, a number of devices based on honeycomb comes to market, among which the most popular Samsung Galaxy tablets and, of course, the Asus Eee Pad Transformer.
The Eee Pad transformer goes beyond what most of the tablets are able to fold a netbook based on honeycomb. Based on this premise and a very attractive price since its launch, it quickly became one of the most attractive Android tablets around. The 16GB version costs $ 385, so it’s ~ $ 100 cheaper than the iPhone 2. The Eee Pad TF101 station docking with the keyboard and the built-in battery costs an additional $ 120, so the total cost of a complete transformer netbook Eee Pad ~ $ 500 more. However, given the ease of use added to bring the docking station makes it an excellent value package. The Asus Eee Pad comes with a transformer 10. 1 “of the screen and is powered by Nvidia Tegra dual core 2 GHz processor 1 GB RAM with 1, typical honeycomb tablets today.