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.
Galaxy Note II being readily available the limits were already being pushed, but this year the lines are going to get blurred even more. Would you hold an 8-inch phablet to the side of your head in public? Samsung and ASUS seem to think so.
ASUS unveiled the MeMO Pad Smart 10 tablet earlier in the month and then later released a teaser video showing the features. As of today though, it looks like there is a bit of good news for those in the US market. Simply put, ASUS has confirmed that the MeMO Pad Smart 10 will begin shipping on March 5. Basically, those interested only have a few days left to wait before they can make a purchase.
ASUS unveiled the Fonepad tablet during Mobile World Congress and to put this simply, this is a 7-inch tablet with full-phone support. They are pushing the Fonepad as being for the person that wants the key features from a smartphone and tablet, but only want to carry one device. While one may have some guesses as to what each of those key features would be, ASUS clarifies things by saying the "voice communication features of a smartphone and the entertainment opportunities afforded by a tablet."
ASUS has come forward with some release details for those in the UK. The details include pricing and release dates and it looks like the first to arrive will be the larger of the two tablets. Specifically, we are talking about the 7-inch MeMO Pad ME172V and the 10.1-inch MeMO Pad ME301T tablets.
PadFone Infinity, we also set aside a few minutes to check out the Fonepad. This is a 7-inch tablet that will be arriving with full phone support. ASUS has said the Fonepad availability will begin in April and that it will be priced from $249. The key here, unlike the PadFone Infinity where the smartphone docks into the tablet, the Fonepad is the tablet, and the phone.
PadFone Infinity here at Mobile World Congress. This device, or more specifically, these two devices are being touted as offering a "premium design with premium performance." The PadFone Infinity arrives as the latest generation of the PadFone family and the availability is expected to begin in March.
ASUS has officially announced the Fonepad, a 7-inch tablet which as the name would imply, will launch with full phone functionality. The Fonepad will bring a 7-inch IPS display with an HD resolution of 1280 x 800, an Intel Atom Z2420 processor and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Unlike the PadFone which may not ever make it to the US market, ASUS has said the Fonepad will arrive in March and priced from $249.
ASUS has officially announced the PadFone Infinity during Mobile World Congress. The PadFone Infinity is a 5-inch smartphone that when docked with the Infinity Station, it becomes a tablet. ASUS has yet to reveal the full set of release details, however they have said that is should arrive this April and priced from £799.
MWC "Teaser I" come from ASUS and as of today it looks like part two has dropped. This latest teaser video is once again taking place in Spain and once again suggesting a device that will be both a tablet and phone. The interesting part here, it seems ASUS has decided to let Christopher Columbus do the talking this time around.