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    If you need portability, then 7" is a great size. However, if the tablet is an Internet device and used for multimedia, you'll want the 10". Where will it be used most? Quick outings away from home (subway, airport, coffee house waiting for a friend) or in the bedroom/living room surfing the Internet?

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    Asus transformer prime 2.


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    Wish I could get my hands on starfleet issued one

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajhuff View Post

    My big question regards size, is bigger better? Should I go for the whole 10 inches or is 7 inches more than adequate?

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    While I don't own a tablet, I build my own computers when the time comes for a new one. That being said, I've found Asus products to be top notch in quality and performance. If I were buying a tablet, I'd go for the Asus, in part due to my experience with everything else they make, but also because I think it would be cool to have the option to plug into a keyboard for easier typing and extended battery life.

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    I have both an iPad and a Kindle fire. The fire is fine for reading, not that great for the internet. If I were buying now, I would go with the Asus hands down.

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