We’ve now reviewed four Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) tablets, and the Eee Pad Transformer is our favorite of the bunch. Not only is it $100 less than the iPad, it sports a stylish, lightweight design that easier to tote than the Motorola Xoom and Iconia Tab A500. And even though the back is plastic, we can live with that trade-off when you get an IPS display with wide viewing angles. Then there’s the optional docking station, which includes a netbook-ish keyboard for faster typing and its own battery.
Check out our full Eee Pad Transformer review to find out what we like–and what we don’t–about Asus’ versatile slate.