ASUS tablets as of late. Details have recently surfaced on the MeMO Pad 10 and MeMO Pad 7, however it looks as if the company has another 7-inch tablet in the works. One with an Intel processor. The tablet is sporting a model number of ME371MG, but keep in mind, we have yet to see any official word from ASUS.
ASUS unveiled the MeMO Pad 7 tablet back in mid-January and as of today, it looks like the first promotional style video has been released. Given the company had been pretty forthcoming at the time of the announcement, we are not learning all that much new in terms of specs. Still, at the same time, this video does give a bit more to look at as compared to still pictures.
Q4 2012 smartphone sales and it looks like we now have the report for tablets. And while Samsung is not leading the charge in the number one position, they have shown some rather large year-over-year growth. In fact, both Samsung and Asus are showing year-over-year growth much greater than 100 percent.
ASUS have a few new awesome Android tablets in the works. While all the attention was on their leaked 7-inch MeMo Pad that many thought would be a $99 Nexus, another tablet was brewing behind the scenes. This weekend the all new ASUS MeMo Pad 10 tablet has surfaced and we have an entire unboxing video to go along with it.
Asus has officially announced their budget-priced tablet, which has been unveiled as the MeMO Pad. The MeMO Pad is a 7-inch tablet and instead of landing as the once-rumored $99 Android tablet, will arrive priced from $149. The MeMO Pad is set to be available later this month, but lets get into those specs and see if this is even worthy of consideration.
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.