Asus was planning to launch a Google TV offering at CES. Of course, thanks to the FCC we also started to get familiar with what the Qube. And well, coming out of CES, Asus has come forward with an official announcement for the Qube Google TV. The catch, they have yet to offer anything in terms of pricing or a release date.
ASUS have a few new Android tablets in the pipelines, and hopefully we'll be learning all about a few of them next week during CES in Las Vegas. While countless leaks and rumors have suggested a budget friendly $99 tablet coming soon, today some new details have revealed a 10-inch Tegra 3 powered Jelly Bean tablet coming in February.
ASUS and their impressive smartphone and tablet hybrid we all know as the Padfone 2 is getting a taste of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean today. After being announced in October and finally hitting a select few markets in November we're happy to report the update is available now. Earlier this month the update initially started, but today it's rolling out on a larger scale.
Asus ME172V, which for those not familiar with that model number, that is the low-priced tablet that is expected to be announced during CES. You remember, the tablet that is supposed to drop at $99. Of course, given the low price, the specs are not expected to be all that high-end.
Nexus 7 dock first leaked way back at the end of July. Since then we have heard various rumors suggesting a release timeframe with the latest calling for a release this month. And well, assuming the details on this newly discovered product listing prove to be accurate -- Nexus 7 users could soon have an official dock.
ASUS, and possibly Google. Many are calling this a Nexus 7, and while that's yet to be confirmed, we do know this will be a budget $99 tablet from ASUS running Android Jelly Bean. In what seems to be the norm as of late, the tablet has leaked in benchmarks, and now has appeared on Picasa -- making this a legit device. More details below.
Nexus 7 to make it work with the Palm Touchstone chargers. Or more accurately, hacked the Nexus 7 to work with two Palm Touchstone chargers.
Transformer Prime owners will be happy to know the folks from ASUS are busy pushing out an update to your tablets today. Sadly this isn't Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean, but you'll be happy to learn they've fixed multiple bugs, improved browser performance and fixed a slew of other minor issues. Full changelog is available below.
Nexus 7. Accessories and docks for Nexus devices have been a bit of a mystery in the past. We still never saw a few of those Galaxy Nexus options Samsung showed off, and we've been seeing mockups for the Nexus 7 for months. Today however it just got as official as ever. Take a peek below at the ASUS Nexus 7 dock.