In the end I decided to stay with the TF700. 16 GB or even 32 GB on the N10 is too limiting for a high end device, and causes undue dependence on cloud (often non-free) services. Also, there are serious benefits to using an integrated keyboard that enhances the overall device function/usability with respect to battery life, USB and storage capability. Both the N10 and TF700 displays are excellent and in most cases performance is fluid.
However, browser performance is good, put probably not nearly as strong as the N10, with the N10 offering both higher resolution and better performance.
Some of this comparison leads to the question of the true role of a tablet- and what is a tablet versus netbook, ultrabook, desktop, etc. Again, I find the most compelling aspect of the tablet experience being portability. Actually, using a keyboard as with the TF700, can seen almost as a technological advance, as compared to the touchscreen-even though keyboard technology is relatively ancient.
The notion of portability- taken to its extreme-is the merging of human/machine. This social evolutionary trend is frought with danger- the sword of Damocles...
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