Tagged: ASUS Eee Pad Transformer
ASUS Transformer tablet really started a new trend in the world of tablets. Many have tried to offer similar options but ASUS is still leading the pack. As usual, those Chinese manufacturers have came up with their own alternative for half the cost. Meet the Aocos PX102 "Hummingbird" tablet with a 1.6 GHz processor, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, and of course a Transformer-styled keyboard dock.
Eee Pad Transformer tablet. It's seen more updates than most tablet around but they are all quite small. Today's however brings a few more needed bug fixes, as well as Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich's popular face unlock feature.
Eee Pad Transformer Tablet -- not the Prime. The update is available starting today for users that have already updated to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and should fix a slew of bugs, as well as the lag issue some were experiencing on ICS. More details and changelog after the break.
Padfone or the smaller MeMO tablets.
updated to Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) over in Taiwan, so we had figured it would make its way over to the US soon. We're sure of that now, as ASUS recently confirmed it should hit the states tomorrow.
Ice Cream Sandwich for the original ASUS Transformer tablet has been a little rocky thus far. It was even delayed a few times but today ASUS brought us good news. This morning we reported the update for the OG Transformer was starting over in Taiwan but the official @ASUS twitter page just confirmed it will begin rolling out in the US starting tomorrow.
on their official Facebook page that Transformer TF101 owners in Asus' home country of Taiwan would start seeing automatic updates begin today, with other territories to follow soon after. Localization for other markets may take some time, but by the look of things it should indeed be before the end of the month.
may make use of Onskreen's Cornerstone multitasking engine. It was just recently announced, and proved to be quite an amazing concept. Actually, we had wondered why the concept wasn't already natively part of Android. Next, word got out that Verizon may release a white Galaxy Nexus with reduced price and storage. Reduced price is key here, and if a white model will be available at a reduced price, it's almost certain another cheaper black variant could see stores too.