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ASUS' next-gen Transformer primed for the camera once again

More shots leaked ahead of launch showing off that brushed aluminum goodness.

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Oct 27, 2011 12:43 pm

As we recently learned thanks to Jonney Shih of ASUS at AsiaD, the next gen Transformer tablet, dubbed Transformer Prime will be officially unveiled on November 9th. But if what Jonney exposed in that sneak peek wasn't enough to satisfy, a bunch more spy photos of the final revision Transformer Prime have just surfaced online.

 

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You can see that lovely brushed aluminum finish in the shots with the device hooked up to its partner dock, offering a chiclet keyboard and large button-less trackpad. There's one shot where it is up and running, albeit just resting at the Android lockscreen.

 

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A photo of the tablet's rear reveals a camera with flash, while on the side we can see a microSD card slot and mini-HDMI output which should allow one the ability to playback 1080p video content to their HDTV.

 

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