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ASUS sure has a lot of products under the Transformer line. The TF701 is an Android tablet with an astonishingly nice 2560x1600 pixel display and an included keyboard that also acts as a battery pack, more than doubling the battery life. Like most 8- inch keyboards, the TF701 is a little on the cramped side, but for intermittent use it’s quite fair. When not in use, it folds down into what appears to be a tiny ultrabook form, or you can unclip it if you’re just after the tablet part. Android isn’t quite the productivity app powerhouse that Windows 8 is, although the underlying Quad- Core NVIDIA Tegra4 processor does make this a very nippy Android device for just about any task.
AFTER spending more than two decades collecting dust on a shelf, this black sheep in the Capcom family of classic arcade games has fi nally resurfaced.
Reimagined for a new generation of gamers, this latest instalment of Strider tries to blend old school gameplay principles with a modern twist of challenges.
The classic 2D side- scrolling gameplay returns, as you once again control the series’ protagonist – an agile Ninja with his trusty plasma sword.
Strider plays much like an action platformer, but with a 2D feel. Aside from the combat and exploration, you can now level up the main character and his main weapon, and also gain additional abilities which allow access into new areas to explore. These new features aren’t a key focus and don’t really add a great deal to the overall gameplay.