The tablet's running Android 3.2, which Asus has made some adjustments to, but Asus expects it to either ship with or be rapidly-updated to 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Martin has a bunch of observations about the design and some video of some apps running—overall he thinks it's pretty óptimo. So if you're lusting after this thing and want some premature relief, check out his full hands on.
ASUS's Monster Transformer Prime Tablet
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