Over the last couple years, tablets’ rise in popularity and an increase of applications and functions available have made decision making for consumers a tad bit difficult. Those in the market for a new tablet have another worthy name to add to the list. Taiwan-based computer company Asus has been quietly making quality tablets, including their popular Eee Pad Transformer. They have upped the ante by recently unveiling their TF300 Transformer tablet. With the 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system courtesy of Android, count on all of the features you’ve come to expect from Android-driven tablets (i.e., more customization options and integrated screenshot captures). The TF300 also features some new additions, such as Face Unlock, which utilizes facial recognition to access the tablet, and Android Beam, a new short-range file-sharing system between compatible Android devices.