ASUS Transformer Pad TF701T should soon be available for purchase in the US market. In fact, it looks like some pre-orders have already begun showing up. ASUS has yet to fully detail the US availability, however similar to previous model tablets, this one should hit a variety of retailers. For now though, the tablet has been spotted with ExcaliberPC.
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ASUS' latest tablet/laptop hybrid powerhouse has had quite a long history, encompassing two versions. That journey is, hopefully, now over and interested buyers will be able to get their hands on the Transformer Pad T701T Monday next week.
ASUS definitely wants to stay in fashion with the new Transformer Pad TF701T Android tablet/laptop hybrid. If the name and model number has got you confused with the new Transformer Pad Infinity unveiled at Computex last June, you're not alone. But fear not, as the two are practically the same.
ASUS has announced the Jelly Bean update for the Transformer Pad TF300T tablet. The update will be arriving as Android 4.2 and in a bit of good news, the update will begin arriving for those in the US as of today. The update will be delivered over-the-air and other markets can expect this update to arrive later in the month.
Back in August, ASUS began rolling out the Android Jelly Bean update for the ASUS Transformer Pad 300 in the US. The first rollout provided the update for the non-LTE version of the Transformer Pad 300, leaving those with the LTE-enabled version stuck on Ice Cream Sandwich. Now, about two months later, ASUS has released the Jelly Bean ROM for the LTE version of the TF300.
Jelly Bean for the ASUS Transformer Pad TF300. We are still waiting for it to arrive for our tablet here, but we've received multiple reports confirming the update is in fact live. Get ready for that Jelly Bean.
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.