The Slider comes with 1GB of RAM, 16GB or 32GB of storage plus a one year of unlimited Asus web storage. The tablet features 802.11n support, along with Bluetooth v2.1, but unfortunately it doesn’t come with 3G or faster mobile internet support. It has two cameras, 1.2Mpixel front facing camera and 5Mpixel rear camera. GPS, light sensor, gyroscope and compass are also on board.
OS: Android 3.2 Honeycomb
Processor : 1GHz dual-core NVIDIA Tegra2
Memory slot : MicroSD
Display : 10.1in 1280×800 pixels multitouch
Connectivity : Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1, A-GPS
Ports : USB 2.0, miniHDMI, 3.5mm headphone,microSD, proprietary charger
Camera : 5 megapixel on rear, 1.2 megapixel onfront
Size : 273x180x17.3mm
Weight : 960g
The Slider comes with an integrated keyboard and this is its strongest point. The keyboard is somewhat cramped but it beats serious typing on the touchscreen. The only real downside to the slide keyboard is its fixed angle.
Its main competitors are other models from Asus’ own stable, the Transformer and Transformer Prime, both of which are available with keyboard docks, but only European customers should consider them as direct competition, as in States the keyboard dock sets you back an additional $150. In Europe you can get the Transformer with keyboard dock for close to €500 or a tad more.
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