The ASUS Transformer Prime is the first of the next generation Android tablets, packing the brand new quad-core Tegra 3 chip and offering a boatload of performance while managing the battery life. We've sort of fell in love with it because of it's thin and light build and the way it runs Honeycomb. It would be the tablet to get if you're in the market for one.
Something that you've heard us (well, mostly me) talk about is how well this beast handles games. All the beef under the hood is great for normal daily use, and it handles multimedia very nicely, but cracking open some games that really tax the system was something we had to show you. That's where I come in. As a child at heart, I love to spend some time playing games on my tablet, and have grown to love more than a few of the great ones developed for Android. The Prime takes everything to a new level -- both games that have been optimized by NVIDIA, as well as standard OpenGL games built for all devices. While some of it you just can't tell from a video -- things like colors and lighting effects -- some things you sure can. Hit the break, and check out how smooth and fluid the Prime runs a handful of CPU eating 3D games that I throw at it.
I love my job.