glimpse of ASUS' plans for mobile world domination and one of those involved a new FonePad hybrid. That device might be arriving soon, as an online retailer has put up a page accepting pre-orders for one variant of the upcoming ASUS FonePad HD 7.
ASUS leaks has surfaced. This time around we are seeing details on the MeMO Pad HD 8 and MeMO Pad HD 10 as well as the FonePad HD 7. Anyway, with IFA quickly approaching, that would seem like a good time for ASUS to come forward with some announcements.
unveiled its MeMO Pad FHD 10 tablet last June but so far it has not yet hit stores and retailers. In the meantime, it seems that ASUS has been busy creating an LTE variant of the 10-inch device and has now made details of tablet available, including the fact that it won't be running on an Intel processor.
Google announced the brand new and much improved Nexus 7 last month many were excited to see a 4G LTE capable model would be coming soon for only $349. The WiFi tablet is readily available already in multiple regions although Google hasn't said a word regarding the LTE edition. However one lucky user in China got exactly that while ordering the regular model.
Nexus 7 a few weeks earlier. That model has since come available in the US, however there hasn't been much said in terms of a new Nexus 10 tablet. In the past the Nexus 7 has been an ASUS-made device and the Nexus 10 has been a Samsung-made device. Despite recent rumors pointing towards another Samsung-made Nexus 10, new details are pointing towards that tablet coming by way of ASUS.
ASUS laid out its roadmap for mobile devices. And in it, we get a glimpse of not only its current lineup but it's future devices as well. And it seems that we have quite a few coming our way.
IDC report has been published and this time around they are talking tablets. The report covers the second quarter of 2013 and while it is showing Apple as sitting on top with a 32.4 percent share of the tablet market, this same report is also showing Apple as dropping year-over-year. More to that point, this same report is showing big year-over-year growth for Samsung and Android as a whole.
Nexus 7 is just making it to buyers hands, barely a week old, and we're already starting to talk about its successor. What's going on here? I feel like I'm taking crazy pills. ASUS and Google built a stunning tablet with both the first and now the second Nexus 7, but new reports today are claiming Google will opt for LG next year and drop ASUS.
ASUS continually raising the bar. The latest such device to come from the company's line up is the MeMo Pad HD 7 which has now become available online for pre-orders for a very low price.