If you remember, Asus introduced the PadFone, a tablet/smartphone hybrid, last year. Although we haven’t heard much about the PadFone in quite some time, MoDaCo has some juicy news
The Asus Transformer Prime, which was recently updated to ICS, is certainly a powerhouse in the Android tablet world. Currently, the Prime is Wi-Fi only, and if you are expecting
Android 4.0 a.k.a Ice Cream Sandwich is nowadays what every Android fanboy dreams about. We are all looking forward to more ICS powered devices like Galaxy Nexus and Transformer Prime. However, we
Houston, we have ICS. If you’re a Transformer Prime user, you’ll be ecstatic to know that your ICS update is coming today rather than the previously thought Jan. 12th. The
ASUS is out and about with new tablets, and they’re looking pretty good. Ice Cream Sandwich is also coming with these two new tablets. The new Prime TF700T doesn’t replace
Do you want an Asus tablet, but aren’t too crazy about 10-inch form factors? You may soon have another option to consider, as the image of a new Android-powered Asus
Asus heard and responded to the irate customers on Facebook and Twitter, sounding off about the locked and encrypted bootloader on the Transformer Prime. Asus announced that it is working
There was quite a stir over the weekend for those who were lucky enough to get their hands on the ASUS Transformer Prime. Turns out these users were greeted with
The ASUS Transformer Prime is considered as one of the hottest Android devices of 2011, and it was announced by ASUS a few weeks ago as the first ever NVIDIA
After the announcement of Ice Cream Sandwich, we saw the first ever smartphone running the OS and then later, ASUS revealed the first Android 4.0 powered tablet, the ASUS Transformer
NVIDIA, wasting no time in promoting their new quad-core processor, has given us a demonstration of Ice Cream Sandwich running on the Asus Transformer Prime. The video below is a
After what feels like an agonizingly long wait, the ASUS Transformer Prime is finally now available for pre-order. Get out your wallets and head to Amazon right now because you’ll want
After over 5 months with not even a peep, the Asus Padfone has shown up in a benchmark test, boasting a new Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8960 processor. What else does the device have in store?
The quad-core tablet gets postponed a month in order to get Android 4.0 install.