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ASUS Transformer Pad TF300T In-Depth Review

Short Review:

I’ve wrote up both a short review and long review. Those that are just wanting the bare minimum opinion on the Transformer Pad can read the short review. I did think that this would be a long post as to how much this piece of hardware has, therefore, the long review is there for anyone who wants to get as much info on it as possible.

Picking up the Transformer Pad was really the highlight of my week. I’ve really been wanting to get that tablet for a long time and I was finally able to pick it up. I was not disappointed at all.

Transformer Prime vs Transformer Pad

The only struggle I had was when I was trying to pick between the Prime and [easyazon-link asin=”B007P4YAPK” locale=”us”]Transformer Pad[/easyazon-link]. The reason I went with the Transformer Pad is because a Super IPS+ display, Gorilla Glass 2 and 0.2 extra GHz wasn’t worth the extra $100 they wanted me to throw down. The display on the Transformer Pad is already beautiful, thus there was not a need for the Super IPS+. The Gorilla Glass 2 was tempting, but after talking to the salesperson I decided that it wasn’t needed. I mean, it wasn’t like I was going to be throwing the tablet around the room just to find out how well the glass stays together, right? Finally, in today’s world of technology, an extra 0.2GHz wasn’t even a dent in what it already could do. Besides that, it probably wouldn’t of been a noticeable improvement. That said, I saved myself an extra $100 by picking up the Transformer Pad instead of the Transformer Prime, it was a good decision.

Asus Transformer Pad Specs

Here’s some of the specs you can expect to see in this baby:

  • Operating System: Android™ 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS)
  • CPU: NVIDIA® Tegra® 3 T30L Quad-Core @1.2GHz
  • GPU: GeForce® 12-core, 3D stereo (built-in)
  • Memory/Storage: RAM:1GB / ROM:16GBNetworking Wifi/3G/4G LTE
  • Data rate: 3G SKU: HSPA+ 21/5.76 Mbps, 4G LTE SKU: 100/50 Mbps
  • Connectivity: 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth v3.0
  • Display: 10.1″ WXGA (1280 × 800) LED Backlight 178° wide viewing angle IPS panel, 10 finger multi-touch
  • Camera: 1.2MP ( front ) camera and 8MP auto-focus (rear) with large F/2.2 aperture
  • Interface: 2-in-1 Audio Jack (head-out/MIC-in 2-in-1) , 1 × micro-D HDMI 1.4a port / 1 × microSD Card Reader / built-in microphone / High Quality Speakers
  • Battery: 10 hours; 22Wh Li-polymer; 15 hours with mobile dock; Dock: 16.5Wh Li-polymer
  • Keyboard: Mobile dock with full QWERTY Keyboard (sold separately)

Honestly, the specs to me are pretty amazing. I personally love the Tegra 3 Quad Core processor clocked at a whopping 1.2GHz. So far, I haven’t seen anything on the Google Play Store that has even put the beast of a processor to the test. That said, NVIDIA had to make their own crazy little game to actually use the full power of the Tegra 3. But even then, I still found that even NVIDIA’s game didn’t put the Tegra 3 at its maximum power. In fact, it seemed like the Tegra 3 was more like, “oh this again? Whatever,” as I played NVIDIA’s game, Glowball, that was supposedly supposed to show off the full power of the Tegra 3 chip. That said, I think anyone will enjoy this tablet just because of the best of a quad core processor its packed with. So far, I have found no lag and everything runs extremely fast, especially after the latest Jelly Bean update we just got a couple of days ago.


As for the design of the Transformer Pad, I thought it was pretty amazing and slick. ASUS has always been known to make some very unique technology in terms of design and innovation (take their Republic of Gamers lineup for instance). The Transformer Pad has a very slick and very well designed back panel, the panel does not come off easy though. I think that is mainly because there is no reason to open it up due to the sd Card slot being on the outside along with every other port you need. I think that they were trying to have the back panel available for you to open, but made it a bit more difficult to open because there really is no need. That or its just so you or ASUS can repair the parts if they get damaged easily.

Final Verdict

The Transformer Pad is an awesome device to be able to use. Its portability is fantastic, not to mention that the battery lasts up to 10 hours making it perfect for taking the device places without the need for a charger. The Transformer Pad is perfect for watching movies and playing high-end Android games. If you’re looking for productivity with this tablet, you’ll get it, but if that’s all your looking for you may want to look at a cheaper tablet because this is set at $400 for the maximum performance possible. If you’re looking for a really productive tablet for around the same price, take a look at Samsung’s newest tablet, the Galaxy Note 10.1. Other than that, if you want some seriously awesome performance, I’d just look into getting the Transformer Pad.

This beast, plays games very smoothly as I said before. I’ve found little to no lag, no spur of the moment crashes and it has some awesome connectivity to online-based games like Draw Something or some of Gameloft’s online games. Surely there will be better tablets out as technology goes on, but I personally think ASUS is in the lead with the Transformer Pad and really their Transformer lineup in general.

I would highly suggest taking a look at the tablet and would definitely suggest to give it a purchase. I haven’t found anything bad (that is notable) about the tablet yet!

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Long Review – An Introduction:

There were many deciding factors as to why I chose the Transformer Pad over the Transformer Prime. It was at least $100 more than the Transformer Pad not including taxes, so it had to have some notable differences, correct? Well, it really didn’t. The only thing I read online was that it had a Super IPS+ display, Gorilla Glass 2 and an extra 0.2GHz added to the Nvidia Tegra 3 processor. Are these really notable added features to make it worth buying the Transformer Prime? I didn’t think so, which is why I ultimately decided on the Transformer Pad. Now, why wouldn’t I want to get the best of the best? Well first of all, lets dig into what the Super IPS+ display actually is. If any of you have had an iPad in the past or seen an iPad you’ll most likely know what a Retina display is on those devices. That’s essentially what the Super IPS+ display is. The only thing is, the Transformer Pad has one notch lower than the Super IPS+ display, it only has an IPS display.

I actually stood at Best Buy for a little bit comparing the two tablets (the Transformer Pad and Transformer Prime) with my main worry being the display. I really didn’t notice a whole lot of a difference between the two besides noting that the Prime was very sharp and good looking. The Transformer Pad was the same, but not by far. I think it was just a tad dimmer than what the Transformer Prime was, which is why I decided that I didn’t care if it was IPS or Super IPS+. Sure, I’m missing out on a potential iPad-like Retina display, but the difference was not enough for me to justify an extra $100 on the tablet with tax and a possibly warranty on it added in. That said, the IPS and Super IPS+ display is what worried me the most about my tablet choice. After finding out what it was all about, I decided that there really wasn’t a difference and I would just go with the cheaper Transformer Pad. Though it isn’t as good as the Prime per-say, that beast of a tablet still packs a punch.

I want to clarify that I am all about having the best of the best gadgets no matter the price. But the differences in the display were so little that I was shocked it would cost an extra $100 for that. Next up I had to decide whether I wanted Gorilla Glass 2 or just the standard Gorilla Glass on my tablet. The Pad had Gorilla Glass while the Prime had Gorilla Glass 2. Not really knowing a whole lot aside from it protects your screen, I stood and talked with one of the employee’s for a little while about it. Basically she said that the Gorilla Glass 2 was only necessary if you planned on throwing your tablet around the room or had a fear of little kids getting a hold of it. It’s essentially just a more durable version of the Gorilla Glass and since the Gorilla Glass already offers a sense of protection, I didn’t find that I needed double the protection with the Gorilla Glass 2.

The next deciding factor was the extra 0.2GHz on the processor. Each upper version of tablets in the Transformer lineup offers about 0.2 or 0.3 extra GHz in your tablet, so if I decided to go with the Prime I would currently have 0.2 of extra speed on my processor, if I went with the Transformer Infinity I would have around 0.4 or 0.5 extra GHz on the processor. Honestly, as to how well and fast the Transformer Pad already performs, I ended up deciding that in today’s world of technology, is 0.5 extra GHz to the already 1.3GHz processor really needed? Is it really going to put a dent into what the tablet can already do? No it wasn’t, in fact, I knew with how well the reviews on the processor already were, 1.7GHz of processing speed wasn’t going to be a notable improvement from the 1.3GHz of processing speed on the Transformer Pad. Even when I playing with the two tablets I noticed that all the applications opened up instantly and the only loading I had to wait for was the crummy Best Buy Wi-Fi connection to load the web page or Facebook page. Right now I think that the processor is so powerful that no application is even going to use its full resources. Not only that, but by the time an application does come out that will use its full resources, I’ll want another tablet that’s even better than what I have currently. That said, I ultimately decided on the Transformer Pad in this area too.

This isn’t really a deciding factor as all tablets from ASUS in the Transformer lineup are now shipping with Ice Cream Sandwich, but I was happy to see that Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich was already downloaded on the tablet and all I had to do was install the update and then reboot. After doing that, I would be on Ice Cream Sandwich ready to benchmark this baby and compare it to the other tablets out there. I was actually quite happy to see that ICS was already pre-loaded on the tablet, I only heard a week earlier that they would begin shipping units out with ICS. That said, I didn’t expect to see it in stores that fast, still, it was a very welcome surprise. So, the Super IPS+ Display, the Gorilla Glass 2 and the extra 0.2GHz were not enough for me to put out an extra $100 + tax on the Transformer Prime. I had already seen some fantastic Transformer Pad reviews so I knew how well it performed beforehand on top of being able to play with it a little bit at Best Buy. So, I just ended up getting the Transformer Pad, and am so far loving my choice.


ASUS continues to seriously impress me with their elegant designs. I was immediately caught by the look and feel of the Transformer Pad. On the back of the slate, you have the standard brushed aluminum look and feel of the Pad with the chrome ASUS logo shining in all its glory on the center of the back plastic panel. I bought the Black Transformer Pad while there is also both a Red and White version of the tablet.

Straight above the beautiful chrome ASUS logo is the 8 mega pixel camera and to the left of it is where the audio comes from. On the front, you’ll see the 10.1 inch display withe another chrome ASUS logo sitting right above it. To the right of the logo you’ll see the 1.3 mega pixel front facing camera. The Transformer Pad also houses an HDMI port, a microSD card slot for up to 32GB of extra storage (if you get the 32GB tablet that’ll be a total of 64GB’s), on the bottom you have the charging port and on the right you have your 3.5mm audio jack. Lastly, the power button resides at the very top left of the tablet.

The 1.4 pound, 10.4 x 7.1 x 0.38 inch Transformer Pad is right on part with Apple’s latest iPad (9.5 x 7.31 x 0.37 inches, 1.44 pounds). The Transformer Prime, the big brother to the Transformer Pad weights in at a slightly less 1.2 pounds. It’s a beautifully designed tablet. It smudges very easily, thus a cleaning cloth comes with the package to allow you to get rid of the pesky smudges that are constantly trying to keep your tablet from having its crisp sharp look.

ASUS has always been fantastic when it comes to a unique design and innovative experience. For instance, their Republic of Gamers lineup in terms of design is something that the world really hasn’t seen. They may have seen similarities, by ASUS pulled off the beautiful design of those laptops amazingly. I was surprised as to how slick and beautiful they looked unlike the chunky Alienware laptops. Sure, Alienware has some really cool stuff, but I think ASUS does a whole lot better in terms of design.

That said, ASUS’S Transformer tablet lineup is no exception. They were able to make a slick and crisp looking tablet that supposedly only comes in Blue, Red and White. I chose the Blue one, but it is very much more of a blue and black color. Almost like a “stealth” theme, you know? Now, in a tablet this thin, you may think everything was probably crammed together, but take a look at the photo below, you’ll notice that they made sure to keep everything neatly organized for easy removal and repairs:

Overall, ASUS has done a fantastic job when it comes to showing off the design of this baby. It’s slick, it’s nice and makes anyone you walk by question their lives. It makes them think, that maybe, life isn’t all it’s cracked up to be without one of these ASUS Transformer Pad’s in their hands. Just the very look of the tablet will make them rethink on how they live their lives. Yes, the design will make them think all of that.


I’ve tried to watch movies on the Transformer Pad TF300T but so far, I’ve found that it’s pointless. For some reason all of my Digital Copies of a movie are automatically a .wmv file. Guess what tablet does not support that type of file? Yep, it really stinks. So, with no .mp4 movies on my computer, I decided to throw a couple video game trailers on the device that were set as a .mp4 file. It plays beautifully and smooth as butter on the Transformer Pad. It’s a very crisp image, and really, I would argue that it is almost as good as the Transformer Prime’s Super IPS+ display. ASUS removed the Super IPS mode that gave the Prime a cutting edge and almost retina-like display from the Transformer Pad as a cost cutting measure. That said, the Transformer Pad is a tad dimmer than what the Transformer Prime is, but there isn’t a huge difference.

Playing games like Auralux and Dead Trigger were also very crisp and smooth. Auralux was especially crisp with its simplistic graphics and fast-paced gameplay. It created some amazing and beautiful lights across the screen that you probably wouldn’t other wise see on a device that wasn’t powered by the Tegra 3 chip. If you want to save a good $100 and don’t mind a dimmer screen, I would honestly suggesting saving that $100 and just purchasing the Transformer Pad. I just don’t see it as worth shelling out that couple extra dollars.

Dead Trigger did play wonderfully. Normally that game is much harder to play on a dual core processor on the Atrix 2, but the quad core Tegra 3 processor made this game smooth as butter with little to no in-game lag whatsoever. If you haven’t heard of Dead Trigger, it’s essentially a dark survival zombie game, and playing it on my Atrix 2 was rather interesting. I had fun playing it on the Atrix 2, but the graphics were definitely not something to be proud of on that device. The ASUS Transformer Pad actually makes the game more visually appealing than it appears on a mobile smartphone.

What did the ASUS Transformer Pad do to help make Dead Trigger more visually appealing? I think that because of its advanced CPU and GeForce GPU the dark colors and textures or more refined and processed a whole lot better than you would find on a mobile device. With Dead Trigger on this tablet, I noticed that the lighting effects were even a whole lot better. Instead of it just looking like a random spot of white, the Transformer Pad’s GPU was able to make it look like the light was actually emitting from a lightbulb on the side of a heavily textured wall.

I was very happy to see that the overall graphical quality had improved. I thought it was just some low-rest textured zombie game on my Atrix 2, but apparently after playing it on my Transformer Pad, I was wrong. The textures are very detailed on the tablet, you can even see the cracks and details on bricks if you are able to take the time to look at it. One of the first games you should get if you so choose to get a Transformer Tablet, Dead Trigger is the way to go. It shows off how well the texture quality of the game while boasting its powerful GeForce GPU. It’s just really beautiful compared to a mobile device and the GPU in the tablet really brings out the detail you wouldn’t otherwise see.

Overall, I think ASUS did a fantastic job making sure the display was crisp and near perfection. Both Movies, Games and regular Apps are very clean and crisp, I would even argue that it’s close to the Transformer Prime’s display which is also very close to the Retina display you would see on any of Apple’s many iPad’s.


Okay, their are a lot of different complains about the audio on the Transformer Pad. People say it sounds flaky and quiet, but I found that that is mainly because the speaker is on the right of the tablet where you’re usually holding it. Upon getting a dock and setting it up that way, the sound is literally perfect and plays 100x better than what my phone plays. Not only that, but upon setting it up with a dock, it sounds just as good as my laptop sounds, of course that may be because my laptop is a bit outdated (not by much) but who knows exactly.

On a dock, the sound sounds fantastic, but when the tablet is laying on your desk or bookshelf you can tell that its a bit muffled, but that is because of the sound vibrations being limited instead of open as they would be if you had it on a dock. That said, it’s only obvious that when the tablet is standing up on a dock, it sound as good as it can get as opposed to laying down on the desk all muffled. I really suggest getting a dock with this, other wise you’re missing out on the fantastic sound capabilities the ASUS Transformer Pad has to offer.

I’m not entirely sure what the design decision behind putting the speaker on the right side of the tablet as opposed to the bottom or top of it. It probably had to deal with the hardware organization and placement, but still, I feel like someone didn’t think that through all the way. That or ASUS really did mean for everyone to get their keyboard dock that goes with the Transformer Pad. Either way though, I still think putting the speaker on the right of the tablet was a terrible idea. I mean, most people hold it that way anyway, right? Or am I just the oddball?

As for the audio quality itself. I found it to be fantastic. Noises that you will find in games like Dead Trigger and Auralux don’t overpower the sound of the music. It seems as if the sound card in the tablet itself tries to balance the two almost. I know that not everyone is going to have a fantastic game with some very exquisite sounds. That said, some people might really screw up with the sounds. I came across a few games that did that, but it wasn’t very noticeable on the Transformer Pad as opposed to the Atrix 2.

The audio is 3D stereo, so you’ll get a fantastic experience when it comes to some of the high quality games on the tablet. Seriously. If you get it, I suggest picking up some games like SongPop or Auralux to get a full experience with the sound quality of the device. If anything, those two games alone will gave you a fantastic idea as to how well the quality of the sound is on the tablet. Auralux is free and so is the free version of SongPop. That said, you shouldn’t have any trouble trying to get a decent experience with the sound of this device as there are no limitations to getting those games. That is, if you’re very low on data or not.

Lastly, I tried playing some music. The first song I tried was “Ever Fallen in Love” by Pete Yorn off of YouTube. I then compared it to how well my laptop played the song and the tablet triumphs in that competition. The audio coming off of YouTube with the sound card was an amazing experience. But, it was time to test it off of the built-in music player that the tablet comes with, because that would obviously have the best optimization with the sound card, right? I was right. The thing is, they use Google Play Music for their built-in music player. That said, we all already know how fantastically Google Music performs and plays. But, it did have a notable improvement as compared to playing music straight off of YouTube. Obviously this is because you essentially aren’t streaming music off of the internet and the tablet is just playing the music off of the hard drive.


As for the performance on the ASUS Transformer Pad, I personally think it’s amazing. The device boots up insanely fast and super quick. Applications open up instantaneously with little to no wait involved. You touch it, it pops up. There is very little delay (unless you’re using up a whole lot of RAM on the device at the present time). In fact, I think that the only delay you’re going to experience upon getting the tablet is just enough for the request to be sent to the operating system. Which is like, less than a second of time.

Also, remember our review on the Chrome browser? Between using a fast internet connection with this really powerful tablet, the results of the mobile Chrome browser performance are slick and amazing. Things load insanely fast, as fast as you would expect on a dedicated computer (on the web, not talking about PC applications). The performance of the entire tablet has to deal with all of the hardware mixed together, but I tend to think that NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 quad core processor is what’s driving the speed of this beast. Sure, when it comes down to it, it’s a mixture of things like memory, storage space and if the current applications open aren’t dragging the device down. But, at its core, the Tegra 3 processor is what pushes it to have these insanely fast speeds that you wouldn’t see in a lower powered tablet like the iPad or some of the various ARCHOS tablets. Not to mention that having the Tegra 3 also allows you to have some exclusive games off of both Google Play and the Tegra Zone (there are some pretty awesome games too, not a whole lot of casual ones as people are making games for this that will actually use the processor).

The Tegra 3 is a really powerful processor thus giving the user some really fantastic performance speeds. But, those who won’t be using those speeds shouldn’t really get this tablet if you’re looking to save some cash. Currently, there really is no application that puts the Tegra 3 processor to its maximum limits. That said, if you’re just an average user, you definitely won’t be pushing it to its maximum limits as you’d be more likely to browse Facebook and surf the web on it, maybe even play the occasional casual game like Smiley Pop or something. Even doing those things barely puts a dent on Nvidia’s other processor, the Tegra 2. So, if you’re one of those people I would suggest looking for something cheaper than this, because unless you’re going to be doing some serious stuff with it (i.e. Android development or playing heavy games) you’re not going to get your monies worth, in my opinion.

If you’re going to use the speed a lot, I would without a doubt suggest getting this. There would be no hesitation at all.

Usability and Portability:

Tablets are really all designed for portability if you think about it. That is what Netbooks were all about, wasn’t it? Well, now we have the tablet, and though the ASUS Transformer Pad really packs a punch when it comes to hardware, it’s slim rounded design still allows for serious portability. Really, you can take the tablet anywhere that’s needed. Whether you’re at a coffee shop, sitting in the parking lot or plan on going on a vacation and don’t really need your laptop (except if your a gamer, then in that case you’d probably cringe without your laptop).

Keyboard Dock:

What will help you increase the portability and usability at the same time (if you’re looking to eliminate your laptop on trips with you) is getting the ASUS Keyboard Dock. The ASUS Keyboard Dock adds 5hrs of extra battery life to the tablet (it already holds 10hrs on its own) and will allow you to essentially turn your tablet into a laptop. That way, depending on what laptop you have, you will have a faster tablet/laptop hybrid while also decreasing the size and pounds you are carrying with you.

It’s also really cool if you purchase a Net-book bag, like from Targus or something, and just throw your tablet in there. It fits, they look stylish and really allows you to carry it with ease and decreasing the chances of you dropping it along with removing those jealous onlookers for staring you down. One of the Targus net-book bags only costs around $10 while the ASUS Keyboard Dock costs another good $120. So essentially if you’re buying the Transformer Pad and the ASUS Dock you’re really paying for a completely new laptop that is a whole lot more powerful than the minimal spec laptops you can get for that much money.

In other words, its a fantastic buy when it comes to usability and portability.

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While $400 seems a little pricey, the ASUS Transformer Pad comes with some extra features from ASUS. One of those extras is their application known as MyCloud. Which is essentially what it sounds like. Cloud Storage. Yeah, upon purchasing the tablets you get 8GB of free storage unlike the many other applications that start you off with a free 2GB or 4GB web storage. In this case though, if you’re looking to use your tablet heavily with the Cloud, I wouldn’t suggest using this. Instead, I would go with a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 tablet as they have a partnership with the widely known Dropbox.

Anytime you buy a Galaxy Tab 2, you’ll get a free year of 50GB cloud storage before being taken down to 2GB after that year is up. But back to the MyCloud application. If you want, you’ll be able to upgrade services, if you so wish. Pricing ranges from $50 to $180 depending on how much space you want. There are both one and two year deals. I’m not sure if they will be giving you a discount for buying the Transformer Pad or not, but that would be really cool if they did. I think if you did, you’d have to upgrade through the application, as far as I know, that’s not possible.

There are some other extras, but aren’t really notable as much as the MyCloud.

Final Words:

The ASUS Transformer Pad is no doubt my favorite table that is currently on the market. I do have some other interests such as the upcoming Surface tablet from Microsoft, but even then, I’d have to say that the ASUS Transformer Pad is my favorite tablet that is on the market. It runs smooth, and it was fairly cheap for the amount of hardware and extras it packs. I guess that really, this might not be for the casual user though. This tablet has a lot of speed and power, and sure, casual users will enjoy that, but I don’t think that they will be getting their monies worth.

If you’re looking to get your monies worth I would probably suggest a lower powered tablet like the Toshiba Thrive or Motorola Xoom. Or if you’re just looking to get one of the best tablets in the marker right now, get the ASUS Transformer Pad. You will not be disappointed, I promise you (don’t hold me to that, because I don’t do refunds!). Also, if you’re a mobile gamer, you’ll enjoy a lot of the Tegra 3 powered games on this baby. Seeing games using the Unreal Engine and some other very notable engines really only work well on the Tegra 3 processor. So in that case, those that do mobile gaming will love the ASUS Transformer Pad, Prime or Infinity, even. And yes, I would definitely suggest this tablet to gamers that like pretty graphics and some depth to their gameplay experiences.

The ASUS Transformer Pad sits at $400, a pretty affordable price for a really good tablet. Honestly, with the publicity and popularity of the Tegra 3 I expected a bit more than that, but $400 was still nice. If the 10″ screen is too big for you, ASUS actually has another tablet with very similar specs (but is sold by Google) known as the Nexus 7. I’m sure everyone’s heard of it already, but it was made by ASUS and packs some similar specs and hardware with a 7″ display for those that like the smaller tablets. There’s also the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7″ if you’re looking for a lesser powered tablet.

Either way, I highly recommend this tablet, and if you decide to try and use it as a laptop replacement, you’ll be shelling out around $525 for a very good tablet/laptop hybrid. Again, it’s highly suggested, and this is actually one of the best tablets currently on the market. Not to mention it’s also the second tablet to get the update to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. So, head out to the store now and get this tablet! It’s totally worth it (though, you may want to wait and see what the new Archos Gen 10 Tablet is all about when they release more info, soon here)!

RATING: 9.5/10

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