Asus Eee Pad Transformer vs. Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Android has become and apple of everyone’s eye and so is the Android powered handsets that deliver amazing features and brilliant functionality. Samsung and Asus are two of the most loved Android tablets of all times. Their innovation in bringing out the best every time is what makes a difference. Asus Transformer and Galaxy Tab 10.1 together have proved their worth as a high-end performance tablet. But the question is, which one would you prefer?

reviewing the details hands-on for Asus Eee Pad Transformer

Comparing both the gizmos on grounds of their functionality, specifications and performance, these devices have their own upper hand. Lately, Android has updated its OS to Honeycomb 3.2 which enables a powerful web browsing experience for those who own Android tablets. Let us now check with two of the devices to know them better:

Software interface

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 runs on Android 3.1 Honeycomb OS where as the ASUS Transformer recently updated its OS to Android’s Honeycomb 3.2. Taking a slight lead from its peer, Asus Eee Pad Transformer takes a potent lead from.


Galaxy Tab 10.1 sports NVIDIA Tegra-2 1 GHz processor which is smartly coupled with 1 GB RAM and thus promises smooth handling of multitude applications without any lags or holdups.

Whereas, talking about the Asus Transformer tab features the same configurations like that of Galaxy and hence the handling and response timing of both the gizmos is amazing.


The rear side of the galaxy tablet flaunts sharp and clear 3 Megapixels camera. So now having a hold onto the most nostalgic moments of your life is just a click away. Plus, 2 Megapixels front camera is really amazing for carrying out distortion free video calling experiences.

While on the other hand, Transformer braves 5 Megapixels rear camera and 1.2 Megapixels front camera. Both the snappers are engineered to deliver amazing results.


The ASUS Transformer has a 10.1-inch multi-touch screen with a 1280 x 800 pixels resolution. It also has an impressive IPS panel display. The Galaxy has the same multi-touch screen display, resolution, and TFT-LCD panel display. That means having a hold onto the vivid clarity on the big screen is no more alien when you have a gadget like this.

Battery Life

Battery is certainly one of the most important factors for any portable tablet computers. If the tab is laden with handsome prolific features and poor battery then certainly the machine would no less than just a piece of small box.

Galaxy Tab earns its power from massive 7000 mAh battery bank that promises to deliver a battery life of up to 9 hours.

On the other hand Asus’s transformer earns its power from 24.4Wh Li-Polymer Battery and promises to deliver a lasting back up of up to 16 hours. This means, the tablet will not buzz for frequent recharges at every point of time.


To be on familiar terms in context with the specifications and functionality, Asus Transformer picks couple of extra points more than Samsung. However, Samsung is not bad pick but if you really hit the market with a focus in your mind that you need to have a hold onto a tab which can promise a high end performance without breaking a sweat then Asus could be your pick. However, you can spend the same with Galaxy but when it’s about performance at such costs then Transformer can be a best buy. Therefore, making a best pick amongst the available array of tablet computers is never so easy like it always sounds. Here, Samsung and Asus are still to take a throne.

Piya Gogia is a well known author and has written articles on Samsung Tablets Price, Laptops Price in India, Toys Price in India and many other subjects.

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One Response to “Asus Eee Pad Transformer vs. Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1”

  1. ahyari

    Aug 02. 2014

    Thanks for fantastic info I was looking for this information for my choice.

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