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  Reply # 707009 26-Oct-2012 15:59
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I have the Asus TF300 and the keyboard has other uses other than typing.. It protects the screen when throwing it in a bag, stands the screen up when you want to watch video, and the extra battery life

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  Reply # 707039 26-Oct-2012 16:48
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YadaMe: I have the Asus TF300 and the keyboard has other uses other than typing.. It protects the screen when throwing it in a bag, stands the screen up when you want to watch video, and the extra battery life


I owned the original Transformer and the Transformer Prime, loved the keyboard docks.



(Still think buying a tablet virtually on the eve of a new Nexus tablet announcement is utterly daft though, wouldn't presently recommend buying any tablet no matter how good my experience with it)




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  Reply # 708928 30-Oct-2012 09:21
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Well, the Nexus 10 is out, but not available in NZ as yet. US$400 for the 16GB version.

ETA: More specs

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  Reply # 708934 30-Oct-2012 09:32
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I like the high resolution screen on Nexus 10.  Looks great unit but again no micro sd slot.  Anyway I already decided and have ordered a Windows 8 tablet.




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  Reply # 708946 30-Oct-2012 09:40
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Gilco2: I like the high resolution screen on Nexus 10.  Looks great unit but again no micro sd slot.  Anyway I already decided and have ordered a Windows 8 tablet.


Which tablet have you ordered?

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  Reply # 709385 30-Oct-2012 19:22
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BlueShift:
Gilco2: I like the high resolution screen on Nexus 10.  Looks great unit but again no micro sd slot.  Anyway I already decided and have ordered a Windows 8 tablet.


Which tablet have you ordered?
right or wrong after reading the reviews of the pre release model, I have ordered the Acer Iconia W510 64GB version




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  Reply # 713533 7-Nov-2012 14:08
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Ok so any idea when the N10 will be available NZ?

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  Reply # 713847 7-Nov-2012 21:44
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Karlosnz: Ok so any idea when the N10 will be available NZ?


Nope, I hope to track it down while I'm in Hong Kong....  that is unless I manage to track down the elusive Ramos W30HD instead.  

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  Reply # 713944 8-Nov-2012 09:07
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Yeah, that Ramos sure looks good. Approx $NZ300 plus postage. Edit - may be wrong on their website? Seems as if the final price is not known yet.

Their website says end of November for release.

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