already enjoying an official Ice Cream Sandwich update, owners of the OG Transformer have been left out in the cold. The company originally committed to a February release for the Android 4.0 update, not long after the January update for the Prime. Now Asus Singapore's Facebook page has stated that the upgrade will be delayed, possibly until March, disappointing Android enthusiasts all over the world.
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albeit a somewhat rocky one. But Asus also promised to upgrade the original Transformer to Android 4.0, and hundreds of thousands of Android fans are waiting with bated breath for some shiny new software. According to a response to a curt question on Asus North America's Facebok page, they won't have to wait much longer: the update is currently scheduled for mid-February.
Transformer owners weren't happy to hear and probably tossed their hands up with frustration. Today ASUS has updated their Facebook Page with some clarification.
ASUS Eee Pad Transformer and not the illusive Prime we are all waiting for still. Today ASUS appears to be rolling out yet another update for the popular slate. Sadly this is not Ice Cream Sandwich but this is another quick update that shows just how committed they are to keeping on track of updates and bug fixes. I wish others were this fast but that is just wishful thinking.
ASUS Eee Pad Transformer owners should be happy to know an OTA update is hitting devices today. No, this is not Ice Cream Sandwich sadly but there are a few changes and improvements and so far we are hearing good things. The Transformer was updated to Android 3.2.1 Honeycomb late September, the latest version of Honeycomb and today that hasn't changed but we do have build version 18.104.22.168 in a small incremental update.
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and the NVIDIA Tegra 3. Today its been spotted along with its keyboard dock friend showing off its sleek design and aluminum frame. It was recently teased on video and ASUS has also launched an official page for the Prime.
Asus Transformer 2 in the last few days, and now it's been confirmed by none other than Asus executive Jonney Shih. Shih spoke at the AsiaD conference hosted by All Things D, where he pulled out what is almost certainly a nearly complete EEE Pad Transformer 3 and its keyboard attachment. Shih also confirmed that the tablet is using "Nvidia’s quad core processor", which to our ears sound like the Tegra 3.
Ice Cream Sandwich. What's even better is it might also be the first tablet to receive the update, although the Xoom might have something to say about that.