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The results of the Eee Pad Transformer launch have been impressive with over 85 journalists across a broad spectrum of media attending the event. The journalists that attended have all taken a good look at what the Eee Pad Transformer can do and their various verdicts are in.

Chris Davies from Slashgear reported in to Android Community on the results of the launch saying that it was one of the best tablet displays he’s seen to to-date. You’ll also find information on the prices, and the release dates of the ASUS Eee Slate EP121…

Rosemary Hattersley of Computer World did a more feature-specific post on the technology behind the Eee Pad Transformer, while Stuart Dredge on CNet UK follows her lead with a brief look at the keyboard docking station and the tech that powers the device.

Electric Pig’s Ben Sillis was far more excited with the launch of the Eee Pad Transformer heralding the arrival of the first Android Honeycomb tablet in the UK. Expert Reviews found the build quality of the tablet superb and that the keyboard was light and crisp, as well as enjoying the vibrant colours of the screen.

Mobile-Device.biz mused on the one year free cloud storage that comes with the Eee Pad Transformer, the extra battery in the keyboard dock as well as the tough Gorilla Glass. I love that name for the glass. ITPro found the Eee Pad Transformer to be one of the most promising alternatives to the iPad 2 that they have seen saying that they, “have high hopes for the Transformer.”

Pocket-Lint’s Paul Lamkin felt that the device has a good shot at making a good impression in the ever expanding tablet arena, especially with the docking and folding option. The Gadget Show repeated what many other experts have, saying that the Eee Pad Transformer “combines the best of both worlds” with regards to the keyboard docking option turning this sturdy tablet into a netbook at the click of some tech.

Overall, the Eee Pad Transformer has come out with very positive feedback across all the media who’ve had a chance to play around with it for a while. The keyboard dock is seen as a remarkably clever distinguishing factor that will place the Transformer in a unique niche, offering both tablet and laptop functionalities.

Below are some pics of the event as the journalists ambled about ASUS’ launch to get a feel for the Eee Pad Transformer.

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