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    Quote Originally Posted by rogdodge View Post
    Not really. That's a Windows 8 tablet even though it has a dock option. The next likely Transformer will be a TF500.

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    Followed by the 600 800 and 900..... lol
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    The 810 increases size to 11.6" and uses a Intel ATOM (probably the upcoming Clover Trail, though many seem to think it's Medfield) and will run full Windows 8. In either case expect close to the same run time as both Medfield and Clover Trail are SoC and employ the latest power optimizations for the ATOM. The Medfield has already proven itself against mid range ARM Cortex A9 dual core 1GHz solutions and if it's Clover Trail then it will offer okay performance as Clover Trail is dual core (should also be clocked a bit higher), while Medfield is single core.

    While the 600 is basically the Transformer with Windows RT instead of Android. Leaving the TF500 as the apparent direct next model of the original Transformer series.

    The 600 and 810 will basically just be called Asus Tablet and then the model number, but all share the option for a keyboard dock.

    Windows models though will push full size USB port, 2GB of RAM, will probably use SSDs instead of the more basic Flash Memory that most ARM tablets use, and may be clocked a bit higher. Otherwise most of the configuration will be the same but it looks like they'll be sticking to the 1366x768 screens for those two models.

    No additional word yet on the Ultrabook based Transformer Books yet...
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