They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, but every rule has an exception. In this case the exception being Asus, the “old dog” that’s learned quite a few new tricks after the Nexus 7 partnership with Google.
Though Asus is yet to even confirm the existence of the MemoPad 10 ME301T tablet, there are but a few pieces of the puzzle left uncovered.
The Asus Padfone 2 was launched in October of last year. Although it is currently only available in a handful of markets, it doesn’t stop the smartphone-cum-tablet device from hitting the million mark.
Asus recently launched the 7-inch ASUS MeMO Pad 7 (model ME172V) in Malaysia, and the device will be available for RM499 ($166).
We don’t really know how they do it (and yeah, we’re a bit jealous), but the folks over at Tablet.bg seem to be masters at scoring tabs before anyone else. And way ahead of their official launches.
YouTube user PsychoRadler has uploaded a video showing us inner workings of the new Nexus 7 dock. You might be surprised to find out just what goes in to making a $40 docking station.
Asus has been sending a lot of memos in the past year, some of which you may find intriguing. If you’re particularly interested in the Asus MemoPad 10, here’s a video of the 10.1-inch tablet being manhandled.
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In case you happen to own an Asus PadFone 2, the second-gen Android smartphone that becomes a tablet at your convenience, then you’ll be more than happy to hear your handset is in for that much-anticipated upgrade, Jelly Bean.
In a world dominated by Samsung, the Asus Padfone 2 stands out as truly innovative. Join as we go through its specs and features in our Padfone 2 review.