TechRadar: The burning question with the Asus Eee Pad Transformer prime release, as with any tablet, is this: is it better than the Apple iPad 2?
The immediate follow-up question is usually a bit less thrilling: can it beat the reigning champion of Android tablets, the super-slim and light Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1?
Hardcore Droid - The selection of available Android tablets has grown impressively in a very short time. In the face of such variety, it can be difficult to sort the wheat from the chaff. In keeping with our tireless dedication to organizing everything worth knowing into lists of 8-12 items, Hardcore Droid is happy to bring you this list of some of the most noteworthy Android tablet devices of the past and present.
Examiner: Though ASUS' Transfomer Prime, the popular Android-based tablet, has received mostly positive reviews since its release last December, the tablet's GPS functionality has been less than stellar.
Of course, ASUS never touted the Prime as a GPS device, but as a thank you to those who have picked one up, the company is offering a free GPS dongle, that will connect to the Transformer Prime and increase the signal reception.
Pocket-Lint: The new iPad needed to make a statement. It needed something big in order for Apple to show it was still top trump in the hardware department compared to the competition. This it's done, but only just.