When we were first introduced to the TF300 back at MWC 2012, Asus spokespeople were keen to brand this budget quad-core slate as a gaming device, so we were keen to see how this would be adopted, and we were impressed with what we found.
The Tegra 3 processor is built for mobile gaming, with an abundance of processing and 3D graphics power than is unrivalled in the Android line-up. What's more, Google Play is a fantastic resource of titles, and the selection is growing every day.
Android historically lacked the breadth of big-name titles you'd find on the Apple App Store, but this is changing. Some of the biggest iOS titles, such as Football Manager 2012 Handheld are now on Android, and if you're looking for games, you can read our run-down of the best titles here.
The Nvidia Tegra 3 chip made mincemeat of all the games in our test, and even provided some extra graphical effects that you wouldn't find on other tablets. Riptide GP is a classic example, with some pleasing drips and splashes on screen, and it bodes well for the future of mobile gaming.
The Tegra 3 processor doesn't just make existing Android titles look better, and there's a dedicated app store called the Tegra Zone, which takes you content which is specially designed or enhanced for Nvidia toting tablets.
Gaming performance was excellent throughout, and there was some exciting looking content such as Shadowgun and Grand Theft Auto III.
There's a mixture of free and paid-for titles, but while some games like Dark Meadow: The Pact looked superb, some seemed more like showcases of the superb capabilities of the TF300 than bastions of quality mobile games, though we have high hopes for the future.
One of our major bugbears is the search in Google Play. We often found that apps weren't returned during a search from the device, yet a web search on our PC soon revealed the title we were looking for.
We could then 'send' the download to the tablet without fuss, but after using iTunes, we're not fans of leaving the sofa to download, play and enjoy titles.
The TF300 is a good gaming performer, which rivals the new iPad in terms of performance and comfort.
Until the launch of the Infinity 700 with its HD display, we'd go as far as to say this is the best current Android gaming tablet available.
It's still trumped by iTunes' excellent selection, and the experience of gaming with the iPad's Retina Display, but that shouldn't detract from an excellent all-round performance.