Asus Transformer Prime is world’s fastest tablet

The Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core will clock 1.4GHz along with a whopping 2GB RAM

The Asus Transformer Prime – the next evolution from the Eee Pad Transformer that won Gadget of the Year at the Stuff Gadget Awards 2011 – is super fast. The slither of shiny silver has cropped up online, according to Tech2, in a speed test that shows the Nvidia quad-core Tegra 3 Kal-El processor standing head-shoulders-and-top-hat above all other Android devices.

As you can see from the results below it was clocked at a stonking 1.4GHz. Not only is its CPU making the other devices look like Spectrum ZX brethren, but it is also said to have double the RAM of the Galaxy Nexus – a full 2GB.

With an Android Ice Cream Sandwich update confirmed, a slim keyboard, HD screen and blistering speeds all expected, we’re saving our pennies for the Asus Transformer Prime release that might be as soon as November 9.

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