Friday, 30 March 2012

Why the Aakash Tablet Failed Miserably?

When the government of India came up with the idea of giving a tablet pc to all the students on a dirt cheap price tag, there was a huge hue and cry made around the news. And as the date of the release of the tablet approached the hue and cry got even more intense. The tablet named Aakash arrived and after some time it was made available for the common public. The cost conscious public of our nation took it like hot cakes as there were hundreds of thousands of pre-orders booked. But soon after, the whole halo around the Aakash collapsed like a pack of cards. Let’s try to find out what exactly went wrong with the potentially nation changing tablet.

We have to understand that if a gadget is not performing well, the price tag is rendered redundant. The biggest drawback (read blunder) of the tablet was its resistive touch that takes it half a decade back in the time line. There can be an argument that this tablet has been devised for utility and not for the luxury; but that does not ameliorate the fact that the tablet has a painful touch experience. Anyway, going further we find that the Aakash has a 366MHz single core processor, which I would have to say, with a heavy heart, is even poorer than a middle range smart phone. The 256MB RAM is equally bad.

If we talk about the storage capacity of the tablet, it sports a 2GB onboard storage capacity and a 32 GB furtherance capacity via microSD card. That again is a weakness that is hard to overlook. The battery life also was very poor as the Aakash tablet had a Li-Ion 3200mAh battery. Then it, in the age of ICS, had the antediluvian Android 2.2 Froyo.

Students too like to get entertained, but this tablet did not support MP4 and there was no loudspeaker. The camera was also a prominent absentee. And the new gen folks were disappointed, big time, over the non existence of 3G support.

All in all Aakash is a sheer waste of money, effort, and time. A blot on the Indian think tank and on the Canadian company Datawind who happens to be the manufacturer of the disappointment, Aakash Tablet!!

Tuesday, 27 March 2012

LG Confirms Optimus 4X HD for India

It looks like the South Korean handset maker LG has decided to let the Indian market taste the flavor of the LG Optimus 4X HD, the magnum opus of the conglomerate. LG has confirmed the handset for the Indian market, the release will transpire in the month of May. Apart from that, the company is getting ready to release a total of around 12 mobile handsets in India this year; that is some ambition.

If we go a little into the tech spec aspect of the handset we find that how really big this news is. The LG Optimus 4X HD comes packed with Cortex A9 quad core processor which is well complimented by a 1GB RAM. The handset comes with Nvidia Tegra 3 chipset. In the storage capacity section it has 16GB onboard storage capacity, which can be furthered till 48GB via 32GB microSD card expansion facility.

The LG Optimus 4X HD comes with an 8MP camera on the rear with auto focus and LED flash. It has a 1.3MP camera on the front as well. It has a HD-IPS LCD capacitive touch screen in the display segment, which has a resolution of 720x1280. As the display screen is 4.7inches the ppi becomes 312 and that is not just good, that is very good. The LG Optimus 4X HD sports a standard Li-Ion 2140mAh battery.

In the operating system column LG Optimus 4X HD has ICS 4.0 to show, which happens to be the latest and the best Android till date.

The gadget has HTML5 browser and Adobe Flash support for the net savvy folks. In the data segment the LG Optimus 4X HD has Bluetooth with A2DP, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot, DLNA. Then it has HSDPA, HSUPA, EDGE, and GPRS.

There are apps to enchant the buyers such as SNS integration, Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic, TV-out (via MHL A/V link),DivX/Xvid/MP4/H.264/H.263/WMV player,MP3/WAV/WMA/eAAC+ player, Document editor, Organizer, Google Search, Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Google Talk,Voice memo/dial/commands, Predictive text input.

Seems to be mouth watering prospect, isn’t it!

Monday, 26 March 2012

HTC Introduces the New HTC One Series

HTC has again created sensation in the mobile phone market by announcing the HTC One Series. The new range of phones looks promising as they are said to be delivering most premium mobile experience through the iconic design, amazing camera, and authentic sound experience.

So, what are the new things HTC has got to offer in the One Series:
All HTC One Series phones will be packed with latest Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS and the new HTC Sense 4 UI.

HTC is going all gaga about the camera functionality of One Series phones. And of course, some revolutionary changes have been introduced, when we talk about camera of these phones. HTC has improved every part of the camera, be it lens, sensor, or software. A new HTC ImageChip has also been integrated in the device. All these will result in faster image capture and clicking of better images in adverse lighthing conditions.

The superfast capture feature of HTC One phones will enable you to click a photograph in 0.7 seconds and the camera will autofocus in just 0.2 seconds. It will enable you to take lot many continuous shots by pressing the shutter button.

There is a dramatic enhancement in the image capture quality. With the new improved camera, you will be able to click pictures in low light, no light, or with bright backlight. HTC One X and HTC One has have f/2.0 lens, which is known to capture 40 percent more light than the f/2.4 lens present in most of the high-end phones.

The HDR technology of these phones will enable you to capture great photos even at varying brightness levels. And with the Video Pic feature, you will be able to capture a picture as well as record a video at the same time. Moreover, you can also capture a photoframe from the previously recorded video.

Users will get Dropbox integrated with HTC Sense 4, which will offer you 25GB of free storage space for two years. You can store 10,000 high quality photos and access them from anywhere.

Another great feature is the Wireless Media Link HD connectivity. The moment you will plug-in the Media link HD accessory into the HDMI port of a TV, you will be able to share digital content with everyone. The connection will be established regardless of the brand of television you have because the only requirement of the feature is HDMI port.

Now, comes the turn of sound technology used in HTC One phones. All the devices come with Beats By Dr. Dre Audio, which results in richer and more authentic sound production. Whether you are listening to a music track, playing a game, or watching a YouTube video, the sound experience delivered would be fantastic.

HTC Car Stereo Clip feature brings mobile music to the sound system of your car. You will be able to play music from any application on the phone through the speakers of car.

On the sound front, HTC has also introduced the new, customizable Music Hub.

The New Additions


HTC One X is a super lightweight phone with Polycarbonate unibody, high gloss piano finish, and matte back. It has a 4.7 inch display with Corning Gorilla Glass protection. The phone comes with 1.5GHz Super-4-PLUS-1 quadcore processor and high performance 12-core NVIDIA GPU. HTC One X will also be available in selected 4G LTE markets with LTE enabled Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor with up to 1.5GHz dual-core CPUs.


So far, the thinnest HTC phone with 7.9mm unibody design. HTC One S has 4.3 inch display with Corning Gorilla Glass for scratch resistance. The phone has up to 1.5GHz dualcore Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor.

HTC has not refrained itself from doing some experiment with the finish of the phone. HTC One S will be available in two new finishes:
  • First one is an ultra-matte black ceramic metal surface made by microarc oxidation process. It is four times harder than anodized aluminum body.
  • Second finish is light-to-dark gradient fade.


The phone looks similar to HTC Legend and also has an aluminum unibody design. It has a 3.7 inch display and touch sensitive controls. Powered by 1GHz processor and 512MB RAM, HTC One V has 4GB internal memory and 32GB expansion capacity.

As revealed by HTC, it will begin shipping the new range HTC One in April globally through more than 165 carriers and distributors.

Friday, 23 March 2012

HP Folio 13 VS. Dell XPS 13: A Battle of the Light Weight

Ever since the Apple Inc. came out with its ultra slim and ultra light weight MacBook Air (the ultrabook that soon became the bench mark for all the other players), there has been a fierce competition going on in the market, all the makers are trying their level best to come up with some new innovation without tinkering much with the size and shape the gadget.

Of late, the two products that are attracting a lot of media and public attention are HP Folio 13 and the Dell XPS 13. So, in this article we will be comparing both the products one against another for our readers to decide for themselves that which one is better suited to their needs. So, without any further prevarications, let’s divulge into a head to head comparison.

CPU and RAM: The HP folia 13 comes powered with the second generation core i5 processor which is seconded by a mammoth 4GB RAM whereas the XPS sports the same specs as we are taking the basic XPS 13 model (XPS 13 comes in three avatars). No one seems to be gaining an edge over the other here.

Storage Capacity: HP Folio 13 comes packed with 128 GB mSATA hard drive whereas the XPS 13 offers the users up to 256 GB solid state hard drive. Here one gets a hint that the XPS 13 has a overwhelming victory over the Folio, but we should not forget that the storage capacity in a Ultra book is not that big a factor, after all the legendry MacBook Air sports the same capacity as the Folio.

Display and Dimension: In the display segment the HP Folio has on offer13.3-inch diagonal LED-backlit HD2 (1366 x 768) Bright View screen on the other hand the XPS offers Elemental Silver Aluminum and 13.3" Hi-Def (720p) True Life WLED Display. Dell XPS 13 seems to be scoring over the HP Folio.

Battery Efficiency: HP folio comes packed with 6-cell (59WHr) Li-Ion battery which is quite man enough to provide the users a work life of 9.5 hours, in reply, the XPS 13 has a 6 cell Li-Polymer 47WHr battery which provides the users with a work time of 8 hours and 53 minutes. Here the HP wins by a small margin.

Operating System: Both the devices run Windows 7 64 bit. The only difference is that the XPS runs Home Premium and the Folio runs Professional.

Connection Ports : In the ports segment the HP folio seems to be a few steps ahead of the XPS 13 as it offers you RJ-45 (Ethernet), (1) USB 3.0, (1) USB 2.0 and (1) HDMI; headphone/microphone combo jack; power connector. Whereas the XPS 13 has only USB 3.0 (1) + USB 2.0 with Power Share (1); mini Display Port (1);Headset Jack (1). In the absence of HDMI port and SD card reader XPS seems to be lagging far behind the Folio.

Connectivity: Both the devices sport Bluetooth 3.0 and Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n. so both the devices are at the same pedestal in this section.

The Pricing: The Dell XPS 13 is priced at INR 79,990 and the HP Folio 13 is priced at around 69 thousand bucks. This difference of around ten thousand rupees could play a major role in deciding the fate of the laptops; undoubtedly the Hp Folio 13 sweeps this round.

The Verdict: Both the devices are standing at almost the same pedestal as far as the tech specs are concerned but the lack of ports and the hefty price tag makes the Dell XPS 13 lose some of the vital ground to the HP Folio 13.

HP Folio 13 reigns supreme!

Google Panda, the New Yardstick for Web Population

Many people are still quite unfamiliar with what exactly the Google Panda is all about. It is fair if they don’t earn their daily bread from the Internet, but for those who do, it is an utter necessity, especially if they are running small business website. Let us get a feel of it.

Google Panda, since its arrival, changed the SEO angle of getting the web traffic to a particular site all together. The ranking system of Google is quite simple; it tests the algorithm of the site and then ranks it according to the authenticity. But earlier the parameter was different; Google didn’t seem to mind the idea of backlinking or affiliate marketing. But the advent of the Panda completely changed the scenario.
At the present moment the Panda looks for a certain set of other things for a site and does not pay that much of heed on the backlinking. That certain set of things include quality content, greater interaction with the readers, no duplicity or plagiarism, less advertisement, higher conversion rates, good and grammatically correct use of language.Let’s concentrate on how does the Google Panda (which has been named after the name of the engineer Navneet Panda) work. The panda has been built via an algorithm that uses artificial intelligence in a more dexterous way than it was done previously. The set of software rate the websites on the quality front and also on the authenticity front. The meaning in a nutshell is that those who want to get thick traffic on their sites must abide by the strict yardstick of the Google panda.

Some people think it to be a draconian entity whereas other folks take it as the victory of the honest web population, especially the ethical bloggers. But one thing is for sure that it has changed several things, for good or for bad,that remains to be a question of contention.
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Wednesday, 21 March 2012

Android Market renamed - Google Play is the new Avatar

Google has renamed its applications store, Android Market, as Google Play. So, Google Play will be the new home for Android applications. Google Play will offer a complete cloud-based service besides applications such as games, movies, songs and books. 

Google Play has even swallowed up Google Music and the Google eBookstore. One can get every content bit that Google sells or rents out under the same roof of Google Play. 

The Android Market on Android devices will be automatically upgraded to receive the new branding. 

Dell Launches XPS 13 in India

Dell India on Tuesday launched XPS 13, which happens to be an ultrabook. Mr. Mahesh Bhalla, the general manager for consumer and SMB said, addressing the media, “The XPS 13 is now available at Dell exclusive stores, large format retail stores and partners nationwide at startingprice of Rs. 79,900 plus, excluding taxes. It offers enterprise ready features for professionals enabling them power to connect, collaborate and innovate”. According to hithe main aim of the company is to let the users feel the experience the generally the executives demand.

Here we would like to inform the readers that the XPS 13 is available in three avatars and the price range starts from INR 79,900; you can buy them from any Dell Exclusive Showroom or from their partner outlets.
The XPS 13 has entered the market with Second generation Corei5 and Core i7 processors, which is complimented by 4 GB DDR3 1333MHz RAM. There are two versions of the storage capacity: 128GB and 256GB solid state drive. The slim and suave device comes packed with Intel QS67 chipset.
The XPS 13 comes preloaded with the Windows 7 Home Premium operating system. The Dimension of the XPS 13 is 316x205x6-18 mm.
In the camera segment the XPS 13 comes with 1.3 MP webcam with dual array digital series microphone. The device has a 6 cell 47 WHr Li-polymer battery; the battery is capable to give the users a work time of 8 hours and 53 minutes at the maximum. In addition it has got Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0, USB3.0 (1) and USB 2.0.

Other hardware include HD+ speakers of 1.5 W (2), Intel HD 3000 graphic video card. The XPS 13 has a standard full size chiclet keyboard. In the display section it has a 13inch HD true life WLED display. Lastly in the productivity and entertainment section it offers the users Adobe Reader X, Microsoft Office Starter (reduced–functionality versions of Word and Excel with advertising), WebCam Central, Skype with H.264 enablement, Skyhook (post launch), Internet Explorer, Windows Live Essentials Wave 4, McAfee SecurityCenter trial, Dell DataSafe, Dell Stage.
From the outset it looks like a bewitching prospect; hopes are high, let’s see what happens. 
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Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Nokia Launches Asha 303 in India

The Finnish handset maker Nokia has announced on this Monday the release of the next Asha series handset, the Nokia Asha 303. This mobile will hit the market with a price tag of INR 8899. Nokia in collaboration with the British service provider Vodaphone will try to attract the users through attractive data offers.

As far as the handset is concerned, it looks to be a good thing from the very outset. It is a QWERTY and touch handset of 2.6 inches, which runs Symbian Series 40 operating system.
As far as the processing capacity of the handset is concerned it has a 1GHz processor that is seconded by a 128MB RAM. And in the storage capacity, the handset sports a 170MB of space. As far as the memory expansion is concerned the handset offers you a 32GB expansion via microSD card. The eye catching factor in this handset is the 1300 mAh battery, which is capable of giving the user a talk time of 8 hours and 10 minutes. It gives a huge standby time of 30 days.

Talking about the display of the Nokia Asha 303, it has a TFT capacitive screen, which supports 256k colors and the pixel resolution is 320x240 that makes the ppi 154. It has a 3.2 MP fixed focus camera but there is no secondary camera on offer.
In the data and connectivity segment, it offers EDGE class 32 and GPRS class 33, HSDPA & HSUPA, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP, and USB 2.0. For super fast connectivity it has the latest 3.5G.

For the net buffs, it has flash support and for those who relish social networking it has pre-loaded Facebook, Twitter, and Orkut clients. It too has push mail with attachments. One thing that will please the ears the most is that it has support for Internet calls (VoIP).
It is not sure that how well the Nokia Asha will fare in the market; but one thing is pretty conspicuous that it is worth for your money and will not let your expectation down.
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Monday, 19 March 2012

Nokia Lumia 610: The Youngest Member of the Lumia Family

At this year’s Mobile World Congress, the Finnish handset maker Nokia announced the Nokia Lumia 610, which happens to be the youngest and the cheapest member of the Lumia family. Nokia Lumia 610 has been fathomed by many trade pundits as the company’s effort to induce the younger generation. It will hit the retail shop shelves 30% cheaper than the Nokia Lumia710, which until now was the cheapest Lumia.

The handset Lumia 610 is pretty similar to the Lumia 710, of course there are small differences but there are more similarities than differences. The processor of the handset is a Qualcomm Snapdragon S1 7227A, which happens to be a single core one and has a clock speed of 800 MHz, whereas the clock speed of the Lumia 710 is 1400 MHz. Similarly the RAM of the 610 is 256MB but the same of the 710 is 512 MB.

The storage capacity of the Lumia 610 is 8GB, which is same as that of Lumia 710, and there is no card slot on offer. But the company has tried to make up for that as there is SkyDrive storage available on the handset. The camera feature on both the Lumias is the same; 8MP rear camera with no camera on the front.

As far as the display is concerned the Lumia 610, like the 710, offers you the 3.7 inch screen, which happens to be a TFT LCD with 480x800 p resolution that makes the ppi 252p/inch. And yes, there is corning gorilla glass to protect your handset from accidental scratches.

Now, the battery and battery backup segment: the Nokia Lumia 610 has a standard Li-Ion battery, which will be giving you a 10.5 hours talk time and 670 hours standby time on the 2G network.

In the connectivity and data segment, it has Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP, EDGE, GPRS class 10, HSDPA, HSUPA and USB 2.0 connection. As far as browser is concerned it has HTML 5. Acting as a Wi-Fi hotspot, it can connect upto 5 devices.

The new age social networking buffs will also not get disappointed as it has people hub, which is comprised of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, email, Chat, SMS, and Groups. Other apps include Nokia Drive, Nokia Maps, Nokia Transit, and App Highlights.

It has a dimension of 119.2x62.2x12mm. The Nokia Lumia 610 weighs around 131.5g, and that for a 3.7 inch handset is a good thing if not feather light.

Seems to be a mouth watering prospect, but how much substance is there to back the anticipation? Let’s wait and watch.

Sunday, 18 March 2012

Nokia Lumia 900 vs HTC Titan II

At this year’s Consumers Electronic Show, Las Vegas, two handset makers, Nokia and HTC, announced two Windows phones: Nokia Lumia 900 and HTC Titan II. One is considered one of the best Windows smartphones; the other is undoubtedly the biggest Windows based handset. In this article we will be comparing both the handset one against another and find out which one is and should be crowned as a better handset.

We will start the comparison with the CPU and RAM, the Nokia Lumia 900 has a single core 1.4 GHz Scorpion processor, the chipset is Qualcomm APQ8055 Snapdragon. On the other hand the HTC Titan II has a 1.5 GHz Scorpion processor and the chipset being Qualcomm S2 Snapdragon. Nokia Lumia 900 sports a 512 MB RAM and the HTC Titan II has the same to offer. The HTC Titan II seems to be winning in this segment.

Next comes the section of storage where the Nokia Lumia 900 has a 16GB storage capacity with no card expansion facility. But the SkyDrive cloud storage is there to compensate for the nonexistent humongous storage capacity. The HTC Titan II has a 16 GB all flash memory with no expansion via card. Both the handsets seem to be at the same pedestal in the segment.

If the display of the mobiles are to be compared the Nokia Lumia 900 has a 4.3" AMOLED ClearBlack glass touchscreen.On the other hand the HTC Titan which mentioned earlier has the biggest screen among all the Windows phones, sports a 4.7 inch S-LCD screen. Both the handsets have a 480x800p resolution but due to its smaller size the Nokia Lumia 900 has a better ppi hence better screen viewing. This section belongs to the Nokia Lumia 900.

If the batteries of the handsets are to be compared then the Titan II has a Standard Li-Ion 1730 mAh battery while the Nokia Lumia 900 has a standard 1830 mAh battery. No need to say that the Lumia 900 wins again.

Then comes the number of Camera, the Lumia 900 sports an 8MP rear camera which happens to be an autofocus one and has Dual LED flash. The other gadget sweeps this round with a complete land slide as it sports a massive 16 MP autofocus rear camera with Dual-LED flash. Both the handsets have 1.3 MP front cameras.

In the data segment both the handsets have EDGE, GPRS, HSDPA, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth, USB 2.0. But with features like NFC the HTC Titan II seems to have a slight edge over the 900.

Other features like sensors, social networking, Browser (HTML5), Radio, GPS, Active noise cancellation are the same in both the handsets.

Either of the handsets, at times, seems to be scoring over the other. But one thing is worth noting that Lumia 900 has the repute of Nokia to back itself and it has better quality hardware coordination. So I would give my sincere recommendation to the Nokia Lumia 900 while saying that the HTC Titan II is also not a bad deal either. What’s your say on this folks?

Friday, 16 March 2012

Micromax to launch Android ICS tablet priced below 10K

Micromax is renowned for bringing the new age technological gadgets at a staggeringly low price to the customers. The latest attempt of the Indian company is a tablet, which runs the latest Android operating system ICS and is 7 inch in size. It is expected to reach Indian market by March 21st.

The tablet known as the Micromax-P-300 has a capacitive multi touch LCD TFT screen. It also sports a rear camera of 0.3MP. The tablet has a Li-Polymer battery, which is capable to provide the users with a work time of around 4 hours.

The tablet has A10 processor, which is complimented by a 512MB RAM. The P-300 has a 4GB on board memory which can be furthered till 32GB via microSD. It supports both Wi-Fi and 3G and does have a SIM slot. For those who want to explore videos on the Internet it has Adobe Flash Player on offer. For audio support it has MP3, WMA, OGV, 3GP, Wav, FLAC, AAC and for video it has MEPG 4, AVI and MKV.

The best thing that it has to bestow on the users is the dirt cheap price tag that it comes out with; yes it is priced under the 10 thousand mark. Will this product turn the nascent Indian Tablet market upside down or not, only time will tell!

Tuesday, 13 March 2012

Asus Transformer Prime: The best Android Tablet till date?

It is conspicuous from the title itself that this article is going to be an effort to find out why the Transform Prime is considered to be the most stunning and powerful Android Tablet known to man till date, especially when the entities like the Galaxy Tab also breathe on the same planet. Let’s find out if there is any concrete substance behind the statement or not; let’s divulge into a thorough review.

When we look at the Transformer Prime we get to know that how much sweat the Taiwanese tech conglomerate Asus has bled for this gem of a gadget. The very first looks is so endearing that any gadget lover would fall in love with the Prime instantaneously. The sleek tablet can be transformed into a notebook by just attaching the detachable dock. The dock offers the users a full chiclet keyboard and a touchpad along with a USB port.

Now, if the readers want to turn their attention towards the tech specs of this suave machine, it boasts of being the world’s first Quad core tablet as it comes packed with NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor, which is well complimented by a strong 1GB RAM. After the CPU and RAM comes the storage capacity, the Prime comes in two avatars in that segment: 32GB and 64GB, that is not all, the buyer get 8GB web storage for lifetime.
Coming to the camera section, the Transformer Prime sports a whooping 8MP camera on the rear with auto focus and flash, the camera is capable of recording videos at 1080p. And on the front side it has a 1.2 MP camera for video chat or self portrait.

As far as the battery life is concerned, the Prime will dazzle the users there as it offers a huge 12 hours work time with its 25Wh Li-Polymer battery and with its dock on it will go to the extent of 18 hours with 22Wh additional battery support. The standby time that the Transformer Prime offers is 50 days.

It has a dimension of 263 × 180.8 × 8.3 mm and it weighs around 586g (without the dock). As far as the size of the screen is concerned, it comes with a 10.1inch IPS+ screen, which happens to have a 1280X800p resolution. To protect the screen from the scratches the Transformer Prime has Corning Gorilla Glass cover.

At the time of purchase the machine has Android 3.2 Honeycomb OS on board but over the time it is liable to get the ICS 4.0 update. Keeping the software talk alive, this machine has flash support to let the users take full advantage of the Internet. As said earlier the Prime offers you 8GB of cloud storage, the ASUS online multimedia hub has a humongous stock of around 7 million songs on offers. In addition you also buy news papers and magazines, and books from Amazon Kindle.

In the ports and connectivity segment there is Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR and Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n. It has a 2-in-1 audio jack , 1 micro HDMI port,1 Micro SD card reader, and internal microphone & stereo speaker.

Lastly, there are more than 50000 apps waiting for you in the Android Market to compliment your tablet, that is ASUS Transformer Prime.

What say folks, what is your pick on the ASUS Transformer Prime!