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#askmodaco - Asus Transformer Prime

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Our Transformer Prime review will be out shortly, but before the review unit leaves our hands we thought we'd run a quick Ask MoDaCo!

If you've any questions, either hit me up on Twitter tagged #askmodaco or leave them in the comments below and I'll answer them first come first served basis. Any questions on Twitter will get posted with a full response in this post.

If you don't get a response, chances are I've already answered or it's covered in our review, which will appear a little later on.

Questions and answers, photos and everything else will be posted after the break!

Q. Can I have it?

A. No!

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Locked bootloader?

Does it feel holdable in one hand, weighty etc?

Battery life?

Is the Dock worth it..?

3G? (Dont think it has it?)

Cheers!

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What about video playback? Which fileformats are supported out of the box? Are high-profile mkv's supported?

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What's the realistic battery life with and without the dock?

A bit subjective this but is the quad core actually a significant or noticeable improvement over the old transformer? I know it should be but does android actually know how to handle the thing yet?

Sent from my Optimus 2X using Tapatalk

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ohh yeah, the good old Bootloader question :P

and then again, screen brightness :P is it that wide and good to use (outside in the sun as inside in the dark)

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Could you rent a movie with google movies and try and seek around see it it continues playing? The Tegra2 in the Asus Transformer would crap out a seize when you tried to seek into a DRM's video stream, not sure if I trust the Tegra3.

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@Chris Jenx

problem so far is that you can have either

A screen that will be readable under bright lights

or a screen that will not result in eye-cancer at nights/in darkness

even my good old macbook is to bright when it is really dark -.-

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