The Asus Transformer Pad TF300T will get upgraded to Android 4.2.1 starting today, making it the first non-Nexus tablet to sport the newer flavor of Jelly Bean.
Well, they’ve done it again. The folks over at Tablet.Bg have got ahold of a pre-release unit of the Asus MemoPad Smart 10, which they’ve quickly reviewed, just like the MemoPad 7 and Acer’s Iconia B1 before.
If you’re looking for a slightly cheaper Nexus 10 alternative that’s not exactly a powerhouse, GameStop is currently offering the 32 GB Asus Transformer Pad TF300T for the special price of $300.
Transformer Pad TF300T adopters have been spoiled with tasty Jelly Bean treats a few weeks ago, but that doesn’t seem to be enough for the 10-incher. A new OTA software update is being rolled out to the TF300T as we speak, and, while we don’t exactly know what it could possibly upgrade at this point, we have to hand it to Asus for some very solid support work.
Asus has taken the Padfone on a world tour, but there are several countries on the map that the company hasn’t included so far, such as India. If word on the street is accurate, that may about to change real soon.
If it has just dawned on you that a 10.1-inch tablet is better suited for your needs than a 7-inch one, you definitely want to check out the offer that Sears has on the Asus Transformer Pad TF300 – one of the first quad-core tablets introduced to the market.
While American folks already got their Transformer Pad’s belly filled with some jelly a week ago, the update has finally reached other variants of the tablet, it seems.
Asus has been dominating the Android tablet market in recent months. From the incredible Nexus 7, to the ever-popular line of Transformer Pads, Asus has really opened the door to a new realm of tablet computing. This leads me to ask, which Asus tablet is the all-around best? When asking this question, it’s important to consider price, hardware, software, accessories, and many other options. I’ve narrowed the candidates down to the Transfromer Pad TF300T and the Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T. Both devices have incredibly advantageous traits. From their 10-inch display, to their optional keyboard dock, it only seemed right to pit these powerhouses…
When it comes to manufacturing high quality tablet devices, Asus doesn’t cut corners. From build quality, to hardware and software, Asus tends to hit the nail on the head when creating tablets. Their recent onslaught of devices have all been well received by almost everyone who’s had a chance to use them. I had the pleasure of receiving the Transformer Pad TF300T, which is basically the TF201 Prime’s little brother. But, make no mistake, the TF300T holds it’s own against any competitor, thanks to an impressive arsenal of specs, software, and accessories. Hardware The TF300T is no underdog. In fact, it’s packing the specs…