By day, the Asus Eee Transformer Prime is a button-down laptop and the envy of any board member. By night it's a sleek, sexy tablet when detached from its keyboard. The original iteration, which debuted in April, received mixed reviews due to the OS. Honeycomb is lame, so Asus installed Ice-Cream Sandwich on the Prime, and upgraded the chip to a quad core with 1GB of RAM. The Prime is surprisingly lightweight, has a tight fit and finish, and boasts a whopping 18-hour battery life when connected to the keyboard. With all that horsepower, the gaming is dazzling. It does a fairly decent spreadsheet as well. The tablet and keyboard are sold separately, $448.98 and $119.16, respectively.