Back in July, ASUS released a statement that they will launch Jelly Bean update for their Transformer line of tablets i.e. Transformer Pad, Transformer Pad Prime, and Transformer Pad Infinity. ASUS was supposed to launch Android 4.1 for Transformer Pad Infinity on Sept. 28, but they delayed it a …
Jelly Bean is expected to come to at least three Transformer products over the next few months.
ASUS has begun teasing the next software update for their Android-based tablet, the Transformer Prime. The company doesn’t indicate exactly what we might be looking forward to yet, but apparently it’s awesome. Awesome new features coming in the next Transformer Prime firmware update. Stay tuned! …
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 a 3G version as well, then you’re probably out of luck. FocusTaiwan is reporting that, …
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 Quad-core tablet. While the Prime has already been available for pre-order, it’s set to hit …
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 Prime, which is also the world’s first Tegra 3 powered tablet. ASUS didn’t gave any …
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 short one, but it’s proof that the companies are working together to get Android 4.0 …
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 to be on the front end of the coming tablet revolution. The era of the …
The quad-core tablet gets postponed a month in order to get Android 4.0 install.
The tablet is expected to debut November 9th and will feature a quad-core processor.
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