ASUS have announced another update is available and rolling out as we speak for one of their many Android tablets. ASUS has been leading the charge in updates on the tablet front, and with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean things are no different. Today they've initiated the update for their popular Transformer Pad Infinity tablet.
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ASUS are updating a few of their Transformer Pad tablets with a little software update. Earlier we mentioned the ASUS Padfone 2 received Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, but for those already running Jelly Bean on their Transformer this update is rather minor. So far both the Transformer Pad TF300 and 700 Infinity have seen updates as of this afternoon.
Jelly Bean to end the week and over the weekend. Sadly that only turned out true for the Transformer Prime, while the Transformer Pad Infinity (TF700T) update was delayed. Today though the update is rolling out in full force.
ASUS Transformer tablet then we have some good news for you today. Earlier this week we saw the Transformer Prime get updated to Jelly Bean internationally, and many in the US were wondering when they'd see Android 4.1 on their tablet. Today ASUS themselves have confirmed the update is starting in the next 72 hours -- over on XDA of all places.
Padfone, how long we've waited for you. But those of you in Europe won't have to wait too much longer. After ASUS announced that the much-anticipated smartphone/tablet/netbook would be selling in Taiwan this month, Notebook Italia reports that Italy (and presumably other European territories) will get the Padfone in late May. They also spoke to the Euro price of the device: €699 for the phone and tablet combo. The keyboard dock, similar to the docks for the Transformer tablets, will be an additional €149.
proved to lack the innovation shown from its prior years, but we can't say the same for MWC. This is your guide to every eyes-on, hands-on, review that went down in Barcelona!
we got to glance at the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. We received a few snapshots with it alongside the original 5.3" Galaxy Note for an easy comparison. Usually you don't see devices ship with Adobe Photoshop, but the Note 10.1 will already include Photoshop Touch and Adobe Ideas - a few apps that cost $10 each on the Android Market.
Transformer Pad 300 isn't the only mobile broadband tablet that Asus has up its sleeve. They're also planning an LTE version of the Transformer Prime 700 that we saw at CES last month - and boy, is it a looker. That "Infinity" branding isn't just to make a pretty name: it adds a 1920x1200 screen to the Transformer Prime base - a resolution that was previously reserved for 17-inch laptops and 24-inch desktop monitors. In addition to the standard Tegra 3 quad-core model, Asus is also preparing a dual-core version running Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4 1.4Ghz processor.