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New USB Adapter & Docking Station For Asus Eee Pad Transformer

Written by Kres Harrington. Posted in Android, Deals, News

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Published on August 08, 2011 with 2 Comments

The Easy, Excellent and Exciting Asus Transformer is now making things even easier to work with your new tablet especially when it comes to transferring information from the Asus Eee Pad Transformer. We’ve given you the Best Asus Ess Pad Transformer Accessories, an unboxing of both the tablet and the keyboard, and now Asus has a couple of more goodies to offer.  A USB adapter and SD card adapter for the Eee Pad Transformer, and also a docking station which functions as a tablet stand. The dock has 2 USB ports, and SD card slot, and a headphone jack. Currently both of these accessories are available from Amazon in Germany, see the links under the pics. Honestly with the keyboard, these additions are obsolete, meaning you don’t need them, the keyboard features a regular sized SD card slot, two full USB 2.0 ports and adds 8 hours of battery life giving you a total of 16 hours of usage. These products are for those who don’t want to spend the 150 bucks for the keyboard.

USB adapter and SD card adapter

Buy from for €19

Docking Station/Stand

Buy from for €29

The prices for the both the USB adapter/SD card reader and the Docking Station/Stand are in euros and with the current exchange rate €19 is no more than $30, €29 is no more than $45.

The ASUS Eee Pad Transformer is one of the most hyped tablets out. Featuring Android Honeycomb 3.x, a 10-inch display with a 1280 x 800 resolution powered by a Tegra 2 processor. Rarely seen in slates is a mini-HDMI out and a micro-SD card slot, which the Transformer both features. With the mico-SD slot you can easily double your internal 16GB or 32GB memory for additional music, photos, videos and moreVIDIA Tegra 2 dual core processor, 1280 x 800 pixel display, and runs Google Android 3.2 Honeycomb. It’s available with 16GB or 32GB of built-in storage.

Source: Netbooknews via liliputing


  • lt

    “These products are for those who don’t want to spend the 150 bucks for the keyboard”… or don’t want to lug around a keyboard with their tablet, only for the purpose of connectivity

  • Scouseneil

    This is all that is stopping me buying the Asus, I need to get SD card pics onto a tablet as well as films without using a PC… Hope the adapters arrive soon….