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Asus Announces the Transformer Prime – The World’s First Tegra 3 Quad-core Tablet, Priced at $499

It’s official. The Asus Transformer Prime has been announced as the world’s first Tegra 3 quad-core tablet running Android. As the follow-up to the ultra-popular Asus Transformer, this device will take us into the future of what will most certainly become the standard. Who would have thought that just months after NVIDIA introduced dual-core mobile processors that we would already be using PC-like quad-core beasts? I sure couldn’t have imagined it, but here we are.

So other than the quad-core processor, what else will you find in this “premium” tablet? A 10.1″ Super IPS+ display with 178 degree viewing angles (protected by Gorilla Glass), 1GB DDR2 RAM, an 8MP rear camera (1080p video and F2.4 aperture, back illuminated CMOS sensor), 1.3MP front camera for video chatting, 32GB or 64GB of storage, HDMI and micro USB ports, and a battery that will last you up to 12 hours.

The tablet itself is only 8.3mm thick, weighs just 1.29lbs, and will see prices of $499 (32GB) and $599 (64GB). There will be two color options available:  Amethyst Gray and Champagne Gold.

There will be a docking station similar to what we all enjoyed with the original Transformer priced at $149; this newest version will be much, much slimmer though. It will also take the battery life on the Prime from 12 hours up to 18 hours when docked.

As far as software goes, the Prime will ship with Android 3.2 (Honeycomb) and will be upgraded to Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) shortly thereafter. We should know more on this situation in early December. In fact, Asus plans to show the device running ICS at their December launch event.

No release date has been announced at this time, but as we just said, they have a launch event planned for early December.

Gallery, full specs, and additional details after the break.  


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Other Details (Super IPS+ info, fingerprint resistant coating, camera, premium sound, etc.):




Press Release:

ASUS Announces the Eee Pad Transformer Prime

Featuring the NVIDIA® Tegra® 3 Quad-Core Processor the Transformer Prime is designed to greatly enhance the mobile computing experience

Fremont, CA (November 8, 2011) — ASUS officially announces the world’s first tablet with the NVIDIA® Tegra® 3 quad-core processor – the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime. The Eee Pad Transformer Prime is ultra-thin at 8.3mm (0.33”) and lightweight at 586g (1.29lbs) while featuring a stylish metallic swirl design with class leading enhancements including ASUS SonicMaster audio technology, an HD 8MP rear auto-focus camera with LED flash and battery life rated for up to 18 hours* when combined with the optional mobile dock. Pricing will range from $499** (32GB) to $599** (64GB), with the optional mobile dock accessory priced at $149**.

Incredibly Slim yet Incredibly Powerful

Featuring an ultra-slim form factor, the Transformer Prime is only 8.3mm (0.33”) thin and weighs in at a mere 586g (1.29lbs without dock).  This makes watching movies, surfing the web, playing games, taking photos, finishing up homework or video chatting with friends or family so easy and natural that you’ll wonder if the Transformer Prime was designed specifically with you in mind.  Its innovative metallic swirl design is made of aluminum for a secure yet extremely comfortable grip that comes in two gorgeous colors: Amethyst Gray and Champagne Gold.

The Transformer Prime is the world’s first tablet to feature NVIDIA’s next-generation quad-core Tegra® 3 processor.  With the quad-core CPU, 12-core GeForce® GPU and vSMP technology, the Transformer Prime delivers an optimum user experience featuring smooth multitasking capabilities, lightning fast app loading, a rich and fluid web experience, full 1080P HD video for realistic media playback or recording and of course, incredible gaming performance that allows you to experience games in an entirely new way.

Fantastic Battery Life 

While the Transformer Prime is extremely slim and light, ASUS did not forget about battery life.  Thanks to the advanced power management features of the Tegra® 3 processor and ASUS optimizations the Transformer Prime has a battery life of up to 12 hours*, but when combined with the mobile dock, it lasts up to an incredible 18 hours*, the longest battery life of any current tablet.  That’s enough battery life for a trans-ocean flight, all-night game session, viewing several movies on a long road trip or even video recording, editing, and then playing back your child’s school play all in 1080P HD clarity.

Unrivaled Visuals

The Eee Pad Transformer Prime boasts a wide 178° viewing angle IPS display, protected by Corning® Gorilla® Glass, which features new ASUS technology to enhance the brightness of the screen for a better outdoor reading experience while still offering a remarkably vivid and brilliant viewing experience of photos, books, videos, movies and web pages indoors. Thanks to Multi-Touch technology, you can use your fingers to do everything from swiping through photos, surfing the web, playing the latest games, typing emails, instant messaging, reading books or magazines, and starting your favorite movie.

A 1.2MP front camera allows for instant photos or high-quality video conferencing with friends, family or coworkers while an 8MP rear camera with auto-focus and LED flash takes brilliant photos or video thanks to a large F2.4 aperture, back illuminated CMOS sensor, touch-to-focus depth of field and low-light noise reduction to provide the clearest and sharpest photos or even 1080P HD videos.

Advanced Audio

The Transformer Prime offers impressive audio capabilities in a tablet, powered by ASUS exclusive SonicMaster technology, renowned for crisp and acoustically accurate audio. It produces crystal clear sound with a wide sound stage, increased audio fidelity, and distinct vocal enhancements for an immersive audio experience with your favorite music track, video, or movie.

Unlimited Productivity

The Transformer Prime is offered with either 32GB or 64B flash storage options for quick, efficient and reliable access to your applications.  Both models feature a micro SD card slot, 3.5mm combo audio jack and micro HDMI port so sharing both what’s inside and on-screen is quick and easy. However, the function that gives the Transformer Prime its namesake is the mobile dock, which gives new meaning to the term versatility. This innovative and convenient design seamlessly provides the user with a keyboard and touchpad, along with limitless expandability options via the USB port and SD card slot.

ASUS will include several innovative applications like SuperNote that is fantastic for its ability to take, draw or record notes and Polaris® Office which is great for staying productive with the ability to read, edit or create Word, Excel and PowerPoint (MS Office 97-2007) compatible files.  Thousands of top rated applications and games are also available at Android Market that fully takes advantage of the Transformer Prime’s amazing features and power.


*Battery life will vary based on usage patterns and options.

**Pricing will vary by country and SKU. North American MSRP pricing listed.


About ASUS

ASUS, the world’s top 3 consumer notebook vendor and the maker of the world’s best-selling and most award winning motherboards, is a leading enterprise in the new digital era. ASUS designs and manufactures products that perfectly meet the needs of today’s digital home, office and person, with a broad portfolio that includes motherboards, graphics cards, optical drives, displays, desktops, Eee Box and all-in-one PCs, notebooks, netbooks, tablet devices, servers, multimedia and wireless solutions, networking devices, and mobile phones. Driven by innovation and committed to quality, ASUS won 3,398 awards in 2010, and is widely credited with revolutionizing the PC industry with the Eee PC™. With a global staff of more than 10,000 and a world-class R&D team of 3,000 engineers, the company’s revenue for 2010 was around US$10.1 billion.

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  • The tablet itself is great, but after the cable broke on me it was a huge mission just to get a new one. There are no accessories for the transformer as far as I can find, other than a case – and even that is not available everywhere.

    If ASUS can get more accessories, and then make them available and easy to find then I think they might have a winner.

    Of course it doesn’t help that they used their own design connector…

  • I think the tablets are going to rock the 4.0 market soon.Till now not much but they are coming with really great one…

  • CJ Walker

    The gf is buying me one for christmas.

    I can’t wait that long!!!

  •  The stuff here is really good and keep up sharing.Its not a common thing to post a such article..I appreciate your blog..Keep posting this type of articles.

  • Tegra 3 Ftw ,,/

  • Kmdolce15

    This will be my first tablet also!

  • Birchoid

    Finally a tablet I want. Hope this comes to the UK soon!

  • Jake

    This article says that the tablet has a microUSB port (standard for all Android devices), but neither the slideshow from Asus, nor the press release, nor the photos show a microUSB port on the tablet itself. The keyboard dock has a full sized USB port. So, if I want to connect this thing to my computer or use the arduino peripherals SDK I need to buy the dock?

  • Anonymous

    : This is exactly the tablet we’ve all been waiting for! Give Sammy the news that they are going to have to step back up again big time. I’m sure we don’t have to worry about Moto AFTER this next XOOM 2 because Google will finally be making more judgement calls for them once the deal is finalized. Meaning Moto will automatically start doing this kind of thing first, and more often. I love ASUS and am really excited!

  • GCurry

    I have an Acer Iconia 10″ tablet, which I’m quite happy with, except for the microphone/voice recognition and Acer’s commitment to the tablet space.   For those reasons, I’m considering exchanging it for this one.  Asus is much more committed, it seems.   I just need to do my homework on mic input.

  • Way thinner. Way more powerful. Better battery life. How in the what.

  • Anonymous

    This is what I have been waiting for! Just got a new paid internship yesterday and will be saving up to buy this 🙂

  • J Dub

    Was hoping for better battery life to the tune of 20+ hours with the dock.

  • Richard Yoo

    I thought the release was delayed because Google is going to work with Asus to put ICS in these things? Why does it say it’s coming with 3.2 Honeycomb?

  • Anonymous

    Anyone looking to get a freshly upgraded 4g LTE XOOM?  I need to make room for this in my computer bag =)

  • Mark Lewis

    Reports of its delay for ICS were greatly exaggerated.

  • Anonymous

    does anyone know where i can find that wallpaper on the rendering? 

    • Raven

      It is almost the same as the one on the original Transformer but a bit cloudier I think.  That should be easy enough to find so you could settle for that one.

  • Anonymous

    I’ve been harping on this for a while, but what I really wanna know is will the keyboard dock from the Transformer work on the Transformer Prime? It’d be nice to give people a break if they already have a dock.

    • Anonymous

      I don’t think it is the same as the profiles are different.

    • Raven

      It is supposed to be compatible, but it would probably look horrible together.  My main concern would be with how thin the TF Prime is, it might be a bit wobbly in the old dock.

  • Anonymous

    Looks awesome. I hope they have pre-orders available through Best buy or other stores so I can get it day 1.

  • Anonymous

    If this had NFC so I could beam back and forth from my Galaxy Nexus, this purchase would seriously be a no brainer. Still, a solid device.

  • Anonymous

    Great Asus, way to skimp out with only 10 point multi-touch. I was expect at least 12. I like to use my toes too!

    • I really hope you’re being sarcastic here…

      • Anonymous

        Gosh dang it. I really thought a “/s” at the end of my post would be redundant…

  • sweet laptop bro – how long till it gets neon lights and case mods done to it. 

  • Thinner and lighter than the galaxy tab yes. I always loved the galaxy for that and now Asus has delivered a thin powerhouse an I am excited. 

  • Anonymous

    I have to say that Asus did a perfect job on the price point of this device. Correct me if I’m wrong but wasn’t the original 32Gb Transformer $499 at launch? If so we are getting Quad Core, thinner form factor and ICS for free practically.

    I also love how they are keeping the original transformer as a relevant device. Once that has ICS it will be a more amazing device with hardware acceleration and still affordable for the average consumer while you have the premium device for others.

    Pure genius Asus. I will be buying this device.

  • OMG Im in love just let me get a feel

  • Turbine Tech

    I can only afford the G-Nex and the Fire… Not the G-Nex and the new Transformer which would be awesome!

    I know, I know… White people problems…

    • Drayphly

      Sounds like broke people problems … Stop making whites folks look bad.

  • Evan Knofsky

    Definitely going to purchase this asap, very glad that they have announced ICS for it already.

  • I’m probably going to get a lot of flak for this but am I the only one that thinks this is kinda ridiculous?  Who the heck needs quad cores in a tablet when nothing (software wise) will be able to use it to its full extent?

    My bet is that by the time android or apps start actually utilizing muti-core processors, the asus prime will be old news and a couple generations old…. that’s also a jab at how quickly android hardware turns over… I mean how old is the original transformer and its already being replaced!

    • Anonymous

      Yes, you’ll get flak. If apple had released a quad-core tablet, BGR and all sorts of other places would cream so hard they’d drop dead from the excitement.

    • FortitudineVincimus

      This is the mentality that should have you still using a Palm. There is ALWAYS good logic in trudging forward, software and apps will catch up, especially if you force them and that makes it better for us in the end.

      BTW, your missing a huge benefit of these processors that is beyond speed… better battery and power management advances that make our batteries last longer is a huge almost bigger benefit and that only comes with pushing forward and advancing.

      So yes, it matters.

  • Kianjudah

    Umm…Wow. Very wow. I’m genuinely impressed. Hep. 

  • Dominick DeVito

    Merry Christmas to myself

  • This thing looks sexy as hell, but nothing about it makes me want to replace my original Transformer with it…. especially if I can’t use the old dock with it to save money.

    • Anonymous

      Werd, I’m really glad Asus kept the original Transformer relevant

  • FortitudineVincimus

    I am all f****** over this tablet

    • djembeman

      I don’t understand why everyone is so excited to have NFC. I really don’t want my phone to be able to handle paying for things. Like pulling a credit/debit card out and swiping it is so difficult! From a security/fraud standpoint it seems like a horrible idea.

  • Anonymous

    My dreams of a $300 original transformer have been dashed.  very sad.

    • Anonymous

      There is always the used market

  • hatethanet

    I’m no hardcore gamer. I don’t need a monster quad-core processor to play friggin’ Angry Birds haha. What’s most important to me is the battery life when on the internet and/or watching videos. Can’t wait to see how this tablet fares in that area.

  • Blake Buchanan

    I’m disappointed only by the later release date. I think that the tablet makers in general have all really messed up by not getting enough hot items out before the holiday season.  This could have been the can’t miss Black Friday item this year. Now, I must wait.

  • Does this have an SD card slot?  That will make a huge difference in the one that I purchase.  If it has the SD slot, I will get the 32GB version and the docking station.  Otherwise, I get the 64GB version with no dock.

    • FortitudineVincimus

      “Both models feature a micro SD card slot” but technically speaking, external memory on an SD card slot would not be as fast as internal mother board wired memory.

    • Raven

      The tablet has a Micro SD slot and the Dock has a Full SD slot.

  • Anonymous

    Does anyone know if you can use Microsoft Word on this thing? I’m in school, and I’d like to be able to do work processing (type papers, etc.).

    • There are plenty of apps that will let you edit Word, PowerPoint, and Excel documents.

    • FortitudineVincimus

      Actual MS Word? No. No such thing by MS as of yet. But as is said, there are several pay apps out there that can handle doc editing for MS docs on a tablet. Plus, there is also Google Docs and do it in the cloud.

      • djembeman

        I thought these have a pr-installed app called Polaris Office. No need to pay.

    • Anonymous

      Check out this post for comparisons of the different Doc apps!  

    • B_goggins03

      Polaris is an office suite that will be on the Transformer Prime

  • Anonymous

    Putting the HP touchpad and my nook color up for sale. Screw buying the kindle fire. This is tablet of the year.

  • Lunshbox

    I like this tab a lot. I agree that it is missing NFC which it would greatly benefit from. What really bothers me is that I have to wait some some POS like the Xoom to get something on 4G. I won’t even mention the iPad as I wouldn’t sully my hands.
    Just imagine this beast on 4G, playing games (Call Of Duty would be sick) OTA on a tab (while at work, of course) makes me have a nerdgasm. Don’t get me wrong, I think most of us that follow sites like this get wrapped up in things that the public don’t generally care about, but you have to admit that all the power in the world doesn’t mean anything if you have to be in a wifi hotspot to utilize this thing. Not everyone has the luxury of having Barnicle running on their rooted device
    Can I get a Google tab?

    • Anonymous

      I’d take this with a mobile hotspot in my pocket over any 4G enabled tablet

    • Anonymous

      Having a 4G phone with tethering solves that problem.

    • Raven

      I just used Barnacle on my rooted 2.2 Droid 2 and my Transformer I last night.  Nice to be able to do some emergency web site updates in the field on a 10″ screen with a keyboard and not have to pay the exorbitant fees.  Here’s to “old” technology!

  • Lunshbox

    I like this tab a lot. I agree that it is missing NFC which it would greatly benefit from. What really bothers me is that I have to wait some some POS like the Xoom to get something on 4G. I won’t even mention the iPad as I wouldn’t sully my hands.

    Just imagine this beast on 4G, playing games (Call Of Duty would be sick) OTA on a tab (while at work, of course) makes me have a nerdgasm. Don’t get me wrong, I think most of us that follow sites like this get wrapped up in things that the public don’t generally care about, but you have to admit that all the power in the world doesn’t mean anything if you have to be in a wifi hotspot to utilize this thing. Not everyone has the luxury of having Barnicle running on their rooted device

    Can I get a Google tab?

  • I didn’t even want a tablet…. it’s not fair!

  • Anonymous

    wish it didnt have a skin.

    • It’s stock honeycomb + a few under-the-hood tweaks.

  • Dave

    Looks sexy

  • 12 hour battery? Thats better than the ipad. This thing rocks and it looks hot in gold.

  • George_B1981

    Time to find a buyer for my Xoom……

  • Charles Arnold

    This will be my first tablet most likely. Since no one else seemed to have stepped up to the plate like asus has. Only thing i might kinda somewhat like would be NFC, just to future proof it a bit more but it is not that big of a thing and i don’t care a whole lot.

    So yes looks to be my first tablet.

  • Anonymous

    DO WANT. Just wish it was dropping a bit sooner!

  • Michael Weachock

    It looks like there are two front facing cameras at the top.  Does this thing support 3D picture taking?

    • I suspect that other thing is an LED flash or notification light. 

      • Michael Weachock

        Hmmm.  If you draw lines through it, both dots are equal distance from the tablet’s midline, which seems odd for a single camera.  Also, the Tegra 3 press release has quite a few mentions of handling stereo 3D, including one video that suggests HDMI-ing into a TV to play 3D games through the tablet.  It seems plausible enough that this can TAKE 3D pictures, but then can only view them on a 3D enabled TV/monitor.  

        • Anonymous

          it says with LED flash… if that second spot isnt the bulb, idk where they woulda hidden it

          • Michael Weachock

            “HD 8MP **rear** auto-focus camera with LED flash.”  I suspect they are hiding it somewhere on the back!

          • Anonymous

            are you suggesting that the front facing camera is 3D? 1.2MP, 3D camera?

          • redfoxdude

            Oh my gosh guys. You’re so silly. It’s probably just the light sensor. The original Transformer’s was placed similarly.

    • I suspect that other thing is an LED flash or notification light. 

  • I want one asap.

  • Rational Man

    This will be  my first tablet.

    • Mine too!

    • Anonymous

      Mine too!

    • Chris G

      Same here.

      • Chris G

        Anyone have a reason for me why I’d need the 64gb vs the 32?

        • Anonymous

          Can’t think of a big reason.  Just saw a 32GB microSD card available yesterday for $32.  So you could technically end up with a 64GB version for ~$532.  Unless you need more than 64GB (of course, we don’t yet know how much of the built-in storage is usable, I’d guess at least 25GB)…

    • Jarred Sutherland

      This may be mine as well, have the specs on the screen been released? Resolution?

      • Evan Knofsky

        1280 x 800, Super IPS+ Gorilla Glass display with a 178-degree viewing angle 

        • Jarred Sutherland


          • Anonymous

            I agree, but what can you do?

    • Sirx

      Ditto, bro.  Ditto…

  • Iliketotroll

    somebody buy my transformer w/ dock right now…

    • Anonymous


  • Anonymous

    Where’s the 16GB $399 model?  While those are awesome specs and I love Asus’ track record of updating the original TF, but at those prices…it’ll be DOA original Xoom-style.   The original TF turned the industry on its ear with its $399 launch price and great features.  Too bad Asus and Nvidia have seen fit to get greedy.  

    The only way to keep hammering away at Apple is to continue undercutting them on price AND topping them on features and expandability.  Matching Apple’s SKUs and pricepoints isn’t going to get Google anywhere.

    • YourWholeArgumentJustFailed

      Do you even know what a SKU is?

    • Stop being cheap. This is a hell of a bargain and will sell just as well as the original. The galaxy tab is selling well and has the same price as the iPad 2.

      • Anonymous

        This trounces the Galay Tab (all versions), that’s for sure. I’ve always thought that was an especially overpriced device anyway.  But while the 10.1 Galaxy Tab might sell the best of the non-iOS tablets, no Android tablet in any way, shape, or form approaches Apple’s marketshare or mindshare. 

        I’m not being cheap…I’ve got a Galaxy 7″ and an Acer A500.  But the oodles of people who have suddenly grown accustomed to “cheap” tablets thanks to the HP and RIM firesales and the cut-rate B&N and Amazon offerings are indeed “cheap” and are going to turn their noses up at anything over $250 or $300 that’s not from Apple.  I hope I’m wrong but I have a feeling that’s going to be the case going forward.  Your average B&M retail shopper doesn’t “know” or “trust” Asus or care about how many cores their SoC has.  HP’s dragging out their TouchPad clearance just long enough to act as a poison pill for the rest of the high-end tablet market (at least through year’s end). 

      • dodger55fan

        I don’t think HE is necessarily being cheap.

        What he is saying is that Asus (or any android tablet manufacturer) will not be able to compete with the i*ad 2 with the GENERAL PUBLIC, unless it is priced significantly lower.

        At this point in time, given the choice, most people will still go with the “other device,” simply because of familiarity, etc, regardless of the superior specs and software Android brings to the table.

        Thus, Android tablets need to continue to be priced lower in order to compete.

        If you don’t agree with this, see success of Moto Xoom vs i*ad compared to that of the original TF

        • Anonymous

          I agree while $500 for 32G is fantastic price and beats the iPad 2 by $100  it’s the $399 that get’s people’s attention.  They may still walk out with a 32G have they understand what that means in terms of storage but to get the general publics attention,  I think they should have done  all three memory sizes  16G, 32G and 64G.  

          16G wifi only’s are the best selling for a reason.  and that’s including both iOS and Android platforms.

      • Anonymous

        I don’t think it’s being cheap either.  Whether it’s right or wrong, people are going to look at the price before anything else.  The average consumer is going to see the iPad for $399 and this “weird Asus” brand for $499.  It makes sense to give a $399 option because Asus is not going to attract through its name.  Asus has to compete on price.  Specs alone do not sell tablets.  Ask 10 people what a Tegra 3 is and you will get 10 different answers.  You have to market an experience, not a list of specs. 

        • Anonymous

          To most first time smartphone buyers HTC is a “weird” name too, but they seem to be doing alright.  At the end of day in the store if you can put a product in front of the customer that can stand out with a quick 5 minute demo then you have yourself a competitor regardless of the brand name assuming the customer is open minded.   If they aren’t then the price won’t matter anyway.

          • Aaa

            I agree so much that I had to reply saying I agree.

    • Dan

      Matching Apple’s price point with far superior specs seems fair. Additionally, Ice Cream Sandwich does have hardware acceleration by default.

      SKU stands for stock-keeping unit, it’s the code used to identify the product. Each product has a different SKU, so it is impossible to match Apple’s SKU 🙂

    • Anonymous

      If you think 4 cores are too much and want to pay $399 then by the original Transformer…

    • Anonymous

      Xoom launch problems had more to do with carrier tie in’s for 32G $600 for a 2 year contract.   If they came out with a wifi only version for a 32G and 16G for $500  the Xoom would have done much better but $799 off contract and $600 + a 2 year agreement was Moto’s fatal move .

  • This is a hell of a bargain. Quad Core, 32gb of Ram, ICS (probably vanilla not slightly modded like TF1, because of googles involvment) for $499? Wow the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and iPad 2 cant compete with that. Only thing its missing is a 1080p screen and NFC, but you cant have it all.

    I most definitely am buying this, hopefully further down the road Asus allows customers to install windows 8 (or the dev community finds a way) so I can turn this into a real productive machine paired with that keyboard. (Unless some real powerful Android word processing app are released, because from what Ive heard they arent that shabby as of right now, but I will see as soon as i buy this)

    • 32gb of RAM would be crazy. :p

    • Anonymous

      couldnt agree more about NFC. I can’t imagine the hardware requires that much space, and it would be nice to at least go that extra step to future proof… but hey, its still a stunning product

  • Dan

    Wow 🙂 

    • Anonymous

      I’ve got a six core i7.. not many programs are optimized to run multi core though.. I’m ready when it happens… I guess.

      • Anonymous

        And even less are optimized for ht, but that’s didn’t stop me from getting the 2600K. People may attack you know for adopting early because it is “stupid, expensive,etc” but those are the same people that shell out far sooner than the early adopter.

    • EC8CH

      I own 2 desktops… both still rocking P4’s running WinXP.

      • Double Guest

        Could be worse. You could have a Sempron 3000+ like this one guy I could name.

  • wiz

    Looks epic! Typo: we should “know” more I think?

    • haha Kellex must be sleepy. Although its only 1030 out here on the west coast