ASUS launching something new at Mobile World Congress?

ASUS launching something new at Mobile World Congress?

Today, ASUS officially started rolling Android 4.0 update for their first ever tablet known as EeePad Transformer. ASUS also mentioned that “ we will announce several new innovations at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week“. It clearly means that ASUS has something up their sleeves, and I was thinking what it could be. ASUS just love teasing us, so they released a video on YouTube teasing a high-definition tablet, and the description of the video is “twice the detail, twice the fun”.

You can expect a slightly upgraded version of the ASUS Transformer Prime. It could be the tablet we saw few weeks ago, which was codenamed as ASUS TF300T, featuring an 1080p display, better processor (quad-core?) and keyboard dock. Also ASUS will be launching the PadFone at the MWC, which is one of the most anticipated Android gadgets of 2012. Check out the teaser video:

Anyway folks, we are just 3 days away from the mega-event. I am really impressed by ASUS’ latest stuff, and I am sure they will try their best at MWC. Who’s looking forward to ASUS? Anyone?

Source: Android Community

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