Unveiled for the first time a full nine months ago, the Asus Transformer AiO part Windows 8 all-in-one PC/part Android tablet pretty much divided the tech world in two. There were those who saw it as brilliant innovation and those who called it a monstrosity.
Asus preparing alien invasion and “metallic miracle” for MWC 2013 (video)
Just when I was putting the finishing touches on my alien-focused MWC 2013 preview, I came across a video teaser of Asus’s presence at the event. And guess what, the clip is also centered on extraterrestrial beings.
Rumor: Lenovo to launch their own version of the ASUS Transformer in 2013
We’ve had our share of “bombs” dropped upon us in Vegas during the opening days of CES, but I’m sure there’s room for at least another. Enter the stage the Asus Transformer AiO, the Frankenstein-esque creature that is part Windows-based all-in-one PC and part Android tablet.
After wrapping up Android 4.1 updates for the entire line of quad-core Tegra 3-powered 2012 tablets, some might have expected Asus to take a break and rest on its laurels for some time. After all, who else has three devices running Jelly Bean already? However, Asus hasn’t forgotten about its aging Transformer TF101 tablet either, working as we speak on a Jelly Bean port for the 2011 10-incher.
FCC listing for TF500T possibly a new member of the Asus Transformer family
A new FCC filing has hit the web, suggesting that a new member of the Transformer tablet family might be on its way. The model number listed is the TF500T tablet, which falls in line with the numbering scheme on existing Transformer devices like the Transformer Pad (TF300) and Pad Infinity (TF700).