Asus 10.1" 32GB Tablet w/Keyboard Dock

by wootbot

I Repeat Myself When I'm Asus

I got this Asus 32 GB Tablet and Keyboard because "Sonicmaster" sounded like someone from a Hawkwind song. And know what? I wasn't disappointed. Except there aren't any pre-loaded wizard spells.

But hey, that's not a big deal for me. I just want to be able to check in with /r/Hawkwind while I'm sitting where wizard sages sat, if you get my meaning. Okay, fine, yes, I'm talking about the "little progheads room." What? That's still not specific enough for you? Well, I'll just spell it out for you then: I'm trying to find a polite way to talk about using my Asus 32 GB Tablet and Keyboard on the toilet!

Now, it goes without saying the Asus 32 GB Tablet and Keyboard isn't ONLY for the bathroom. With the mobile dock's full keyboard, including the unique Android Fn keys, I can quickly pull up my mp3s of Tarkus and enjoy the lovely acoustics that only porcelain can supply.

But that's not all! Let's say I take my Asus 32 GB Tablet and Keyboard to work, and I want to explain to my friend all the subtitles of the Yes timeline. It's child's play to fire up the 802.11 b/g/n wireless connection and pull up that colorful graph on the 1280 x 800 resolution screen. And even if the office network's down, I could still use the included Polaris® Office® 3.0 to make a spreadsheet. After all, who doesn't know the difference between Tormato and 90125 by heart? Here's a hint if you don't: one follows the drama. That's a little joke for TRUE Yes fans.

So it doesn't matter if you want to use the 8MP auto-focus camera to take a photo of Robert Fripp's sister's real estate office or just slowly fill up the 32GB hard drive with bootlegs of the 1983 Asia tour, this little puppy will handle it all. And, be honest, wouldn't a blue airbrushed ASIS above a soap bubble filled with stars in the shape of a dragon look wild on a black-light poster? Hang that thing across from the bathroom sink and you could just stare at it for however long it took, while blasting "Mars, The Bringer Of War."

You ask me, this company's missing a serious opportunity for marketing.