When Asus chose to release the Transformer Prime only in 32GB ($499) and 64GB ($599) models, I couldn't help but scratch my head over the lack of a $399 16GB model. Presumably it was because either the 16GB original Transformer didn't sell nearly as well as the 32GB version, or because the company was trying to market the TP as a more upmarket device. Whatever the case, it's had me thinking (especially in light of all the new tablets that were announced during MWC): how much storage is enough for the average person?

Specifically, if you were going to buy a tablet, what size option would you choose? The question is a little more tricky than that, though; we can't forget that many tablets now include microSD slots. But I'm more interested in seeing which model of tablet people are interested in purchasing than seeing how much storage space they actually need total.

As a result, the question becomes: if some magical tablet existed that were offered in 16, 32, and 64 GB variants, and each size had a sub-variant with and without a microSD slot (for a total of 6 different models), which model would you pick?  Note: when voting, exclude the necessity of a microSD slot for modding purposes. We're talking about storage needed here, nothing else.

Vote in the poll below, then feel free to share your thoughts in the comments.

How Much Built-In Storage Do You Need In A Tablet?

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