Asus’ MWC press conference is still a couple of hours away, but the company’s plans for it, bizarrely teased in the past week, are no longer a secret.
The Android Authority team will attend all major MWC 2013 press events, and bring you all the good stuff, including hands-on reports of new products, versus posts, interviews and, hopefully, some juicy rumors.
A few days ago Asus released a teaser for its upcoming announcements at Mobile World Congress that was… well, weird. Now they have released a second teaser that is just as confusing, featuring none other than long-dead explorer Christopher Columbus.
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The Nexus 7 has an unofficial bigger brother in the form of the MeMo Pad Smart 10, a 10.1-inch slate that was finally made official by Asus last week. Watch the newly released trailer to get to know it better.
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.
Barcelona’s MWC 2013 is to take place between February 25 and 28, and, based on preceding rumors and leaks, this is what we expect to see on stage.
The Global Certification Forum confirmed that Asus will be soon distributing the first Asus tablet to use an Intel processor, and that it will be called the Asus Fonepad.
It’s hard not to appreciate the Nexus 7 for setting the Android tablets bar pretty high despite its sub-$200 pricing. Trying to grab a bigger piece of the budget tablet market this year are Asus and Acer.
It sure took Asus long enough, but the Taiwanese finally introduced its affordable 10-inch Jelly Bean tablet, the Memo Pad Smart, in Thailand last week.