- NVIDIA Tegra 3 Quad Core CPU
- 1GB DDR2 Memory
- 32GB eMMC Flash
- 10.1-inch 1280x800 WXGA Super IPS+ Capacitive Multi Touch Display
- WiFi N
- 25 W/h Li-polymer Battery
- Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Operating System(over air update)
32GB ASUS Transformer Prime TF201 10.1" Tablet (Used in Very Good Condition, Champagne) $330 + Free Shipping (expired)
Amazon Warehouse Deals has a Used in Very Good Condition 32GB ASUS Transformer Prime TF201 10.1" Tablet (Champagne) on sale for $329.73. Shipping is free. Thanks usidol
usidol ( ) Jul. 6, 2012 at 6:31am
ASUS Transformer Prime TF201-B1-CG 10.1-Inch 32GB Tablet (Champagne)
$329.73 for Used & this item ships for FREE with Super Saver Shipping
$336.98 & this item ships for FREE with Super Saver Shipping. Details Used - Like New
Amazon standard 30-day return
This seems as good deal as one few weeks back from Cowboom. This one is from better place without a doubt.
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I am not sure about the particular outlet, i.e. Amazon, for buying this item, but, if you are considering buying one refurbished, please note the caveat that, transformer tablets have an inherent problem with their touchscreens going dead. I got on the cowboom deal and after less than 2 weeks of use, my tablet stared not responding to my touch. I tried variety of capacitive pens and everything but came to the conclusion (after reading this problem on the internet) that, the touchscreen is degraded. It was working fine for 15-to-30 minutes after a period of no use for 8 or so hours, befor going belly up. It starts with slowness of following the gestures and within 2 minutes, it goes totally dead. When the screen cooled off, it works for another undetermined amount of time and stops again. Smelled like a hardware problem to me. Now, my transformer is in UPS' hands, finding its way back to the returns handlers for cowboom. If you are planning to buy one, keep the darn thing plugged in for a week or so, with the screen ON all the time and have it warm up a bit and make sure it is not from the same defective batch that I got mine from. If I didn't play that much of draw something days and night, most probably it would go unnoticed and end up another non-functional junk in my pile of electronics. FYI
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