Asus is currently the maker of some of the hottest Android tablets in town, Google Nexus 7 included, and it looks like the company is ready to roll out the appropriate Android 4.1 Jelly Bean updates for some of its Transformer tablets.
The Asus Transformer Pad TF300 is apparently the first to get the Jelly Bean upgrade, with certain users already reporting to having received it. The official Asus support page is yet to list details about the Jelly Bean update, so you should go ahead and manually check whether Android 4.1 is available for your TF300 or not.
In addition to the Transformer Pad TF300, we’re also waiting for Asus to roll [...]
With several high-profile Asus products set to hit the market soon, namely the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity and the Asus Padfone, the Taiwanese havn’t quite forgotten about owners of the Transformer Prime.
Mobile Syrup reports that a number of Transformer Prime owners in the US and Canada have received a new OTA update on their quad-core slate. There are also reports that the update has been rolled out in the UK.
The new 184.108.40.206 firmware is expected to bring several enhancements to the Prime’s ICS experience. Those who have applied the update on their Transformer Prime said that they are noticing a better browsing experience while using the stock browser, as [...]
Gaming retailer GameStop has recently announced that it has started selling a new batch of Android tablets in more than 1600 stores across the United States, as well as via its online store. Back in October, when GameStop first started selling Android tablets, those were available in only 200 stores. Apparently, as the Android tablet business is starting to become more closely connected to the game retail business, major retailers are planning to make full use of this convergence.
Without further ado, here is the list of Android tablets now available for purchase at GameStop stores, along with their retail price:Asus Transformer Prime: $499,99 10.1-inch Asus Eee [...]
The Asus Transformer Prime GPS dongle: you’ve seen in all its glory in yesterday’s leaked pictures batch, and now it’s time to get you and your Asus TF201 tablet out of your GPS misery. As expected, ASUS’ GPS dongle website has gone live, allowing you to claim your free GPS extension kit.
Getting the free dongle is easy peasy. You’ll have to become an Asus VIP member first. After activating the Asus account, proceed by registering your Asus Transformer Prime tablet. The next step is to click on the GPS Extension Kit Apply and Inquire link on the left side menu. After confirming your TF201 tablet’s serial number and delivery information, you’ll have the GPS [...]