Computex quickly approaching it's about time we start seeing teaser videos and hints at what companies might be bringing to the show, and today ASUS has done just that. The folks from ASUS released a quick Computex 2013 teaser trailer, and mention the word "Transform" about 4 times and it has our interest piqued.
announced back in late-February, however it looks like ASUS is already working on the successor. ASUS has yet to offer anything official, but the specs have recently been leaked. The leak has the tablet sitting with model number ME302KL and an expected release for this summer.
Jelly Bean, and today the Transformer Pad 300 is getting a quick upgrade to fix some bugs. Take a peek at what below.
ASUS originally unveiled the Qube Google TV set-top box back in January during CES. At the time they offered some details, but left the pricing and availability as a mystery. Since then though, we have heard very little about the Qube. That is, until now. It seems the ASUS Qube is going to be available rather soon, except as of now it seems to have been rebranded as the ASUS Cube.
expecting, the ASUS Fonepad has come available for those in the UK. The tablet is sporting a 7-inch display and will be available with a handful of retailers to include Carphone Warehouse, Sainsbury's and Amazon. Those considering a purchase should be prepared to shell out £179.99. Keep in mind though, as of today we are talking pre-orders. The actual availability is set for later in the month -- April 26.
ASUS FonePad 7-inch tablet was revealed back at Mobile World Congress in Spain, and ever since then we've been wondering when we can get our own. Mainly because this 7-inch Android 4.2 Jelly Bean tablet runs an Intel processor, and doubles as a smartphone at the same time. Yes, you'll still look ridiculous holding something that big to your ear, but today we learned ASUS will offer it at a pretty competitive price.
Nexus 7, the folks from ASUS have confirmed this afternoon that their new 7-inch slate is available today for just $150. It's called the MeMo Pad 7 and is essentially a Nexus 7 without the fancy HD screen or quad-core Tegra 3 processor. Then again, it's only $149 for the 16GB model so check it out below.
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.
phablet, we have some potentially good news today. While we try not to use that word too often, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 and ASUS FonePad are exactly that. Massive 7 and 8-inch tablets that just so happen to have full phone features. If you've been dying to try one, at least one UK retailer says they'll both launch in April.