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Asus Eee Pad Transformer (photos)

The Eee Pad Transformer is the longest Honeycomb tablet yet.

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The weather and e-mail counter widgets can be useful, but did slightly affect performance.

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The Transformers fits nicely in large hands, but it may be too big for some.

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The tapered nature of the Transformer's design hides its actual thickness.

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From left: microSD slot, Mini-HDMI port, and a headphone jack.

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Power/lock and volume rocker.

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The Eee Pad Transformer's keyboard dock.

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Once connected, the EE Pad Transformer looks a lot like a Netbook.

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The left side of the dock includes one USB port and a 40-pin power connector.

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