It’s that time again: Asus is set to reveal a new tablet on September 4th. Most likely, it’s a refreshed Transformer Pad Infinity.
The official Asus press conference for Computex 2013 has already come and gone, and now it’s time for us to check out the highlights.
The 2013 Asus Transformer Pad Infinity features a souped spec sheet – boasting the brand new Tegra 4 processor and 2GB of RAM, the tablet promises to deliver some serious oomph.
The Asus Transformer Pad Infinity Android 4.2 update is out, confirming the fact that Asus is among the quickest to update Android devices to the latest OS versions.
And so it starts. The battle for this year’s MWC spotlight, that is. We’re pretty certain Samsung and HTC have different fish to fry, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be plenty of treats in Barcelona from other big names in the industry.
Cyanogenmod 10.1 recently added nightly build support to the Google Nexus 7 (grouper), Samsung Galaxy Nexus (maguro) and ASUS Transformer Pad tablets.
In the past, Asus has been pretty good about providing updates for the Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T, but if you can’t wait to get Android 4.2, there is a solution.
Boy, the folks at Asus sure love to take good care of Transformer Pad Infinity owners. After pushing out the Jelly Bean update in early October, Asus rolled out firmware v10.4.4.18 for the slate to fix several bugs not long after. Now, a new software update for the TF700 tablet is available to download.
The iPad 4 and the Transformer Pad Infinity are two of the best slates on the market. But how well does the ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity fare against the Apple iPad 4 on paper? Let’s find out, shall we?
Two days ago, Asus technical marketing Gary Key hinted on a post at XDA-developers that the remedy to the WiFi, keyboard, and camera woes on the TF700 tablet was on its way. The update, which brings the slate’s firmware to v10.4.4.18, is now heading to customers.