Leaked ASUS Transformer Pad TF103 and TF303 Tablet/Laptop Hybrids

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Not so long ago ASUS has officially announced its new PadFone Infinity Lite model, but the company seems to have even more surprises. Two ASUS Transformer Pad TF103 and TF303 tablet/laptop hybrids have been leaked on red dot 21 website, so here we have more than the image of these devices, but also a few clues regarding their technical specs. As for their names, they are said to be “renovated from last generation” which clearly suggests they are the updates of the previous ASUS Transformer Pad Android family.

Identical Design

Back in 2011, the Taiwanese manufacturer ASUS has surprised us all with its convertible laptop that came with a keyboard dock companion. Things have changed over the years, that’s for sure, but this doesn’t have to mean that we cannot be surprised by what a tablet/laptop hybrid could offer these days.

Leaked ASUS Transformer Pad TF103 and TF303

Leaked ASUS Transformer Pad TF103 and TF303

Both ASUS Transformer Pad TF103 and TF303 models come with a QWERTY keyboard dock, just as you can see in this photo, as well as with a ‘pebble shaped curve’, so we can already understand that these tablets and their docking stations have rounded edges; but we have no details regarding their dimensions and weight. We only know that there are presented as tablet/laptop hybrids, so we can imagine that we are talking about portability and flexibility. And let’s not forget that their design is identical!

Specs and Features

From what we know at this point, ASUS Transformer Pad TF303 is expected to be the high-end version, while ASUS Transformer Pad TF103 is only the more affordable variant, but details are limited .In terms of specs, TF303 is expected to get its power from an Intel Bay Trail CPU and to come with a full HD 10-inch display with a 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution and a generous battery life. As for the ASUS Transformer Pad TF103 model, we currently have no details about its abilities and specifications, excepting the fact that both versions feature Android OS (most likely Android 4.4 KitKat).

Furthermore, there are no details on pricing and availability yet, but don’t worry; we’ll find out these details soon and we’ll be back with fresh info.

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