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Minor update pushing to ASUS Transformer Prime, activates Face Unlock

Jun 13th - The ASUS Transformer Prime is receiving another minor update, one which brings about a few new tweaks to the tablet’s Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. The major addition here is the ability to use Android 4.0’s Face Unlock, a feature which has been promised for some time but has yet to be activated on the …


ASUS Transformer AiO

ASUS is known for its multi-functional products, and the ASUs Transformer AiO does not stay behind. The dual-booting tablet was revealed at Computex Taipei, and it features both Android 4.0 and Windows 8.

This is not exactly your portable tablet, though. It is an 18.4 behemoth meant to stick around the home or office.

ASUS Transformer Pad 300TL hits the FCC

May 25th - One ASUS Transformer Pad 300TL has hit the FCC. The device is likely identical to the WiFi-enabled Pad 300 that has already found its way in the file cabinets of the regulatory body, but this one comes equipped with radios compatible with AT&T LTE radios. It’s nice to get confirmation of its arrival because that …


ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity Series garners FCC approval

May 21st - ASUS hi-def Transformer Pad Infinity Series has made a pit stop at the FCC en route to its release. The WiFi version of the TF700T was put through the paces flashing its Tegra 3 speed. The same can’t be said for the LTE-equipped model, which hasn’t shown face in an FCC report just yet. We’d …

ASUS Transformer Prime GPS dongles begin arriving at doorsteps

Apr 25th - ASUS was under much fire when they released their ASUS Transformer Prime Android tablet with GPS. While it appeared they would first brush the issue under the rug as the issues weren’t software related and could only be fixed using hardware, they came through and did what very little might do. They offered free GPS …

ASUS Transformer Pad 300 now shipping for $379

Apr 23rd - The latest member of the Transformer family from ASUS is now available for purchase by US consumers. The quad-core Tegra 3 slate can be purchased for an easy-to-swallow $379 for a 16GB WiFi model or $399 for the upgrade to 32GB of internal storage. The keyboard dock can be had for an additional $149. The 10.1-inch …


ASUS Transformer Pad 300

While the ASUS Transformer Pad 300 Series was meant for the affordable tablet market, it did not fall short among a plethora of devices announced at Mobile World Congress 2012. The Tablet is very close to the ASUS Transformer Prime, which was considered the best Android tablet only a couple months before.

It sports a Tegra 3 quad-core processor, Android 4.0 and 1 GB of RAM. And if you are looking for a bit more personalization, it is offered in a variety of colors. These include red, white and blue.

If the pocket is not at its fullest, you might want to consider this tablet, which is expected to cost $400 upon release.


ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity

Upon announcement, the ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity 700 was meant to be an upgrade to the Transformer Prime. It sports the same aesthetics and nearly-identical specs compared to its predecessor, except for one factor - display.

The ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity has a much higher resolution at 1920x1200p. The display condenses pixel density to 224 pixels-per-inch, which makes for a rather stunning screen.

Those looking for mobility will also be happy to hear that there will be a 4G LTE version with a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor.

Latest ASUS Transformer Prime update now rolling out, brings face unlock and other features

Mar 29th - The “awesome” ASUS Transformer Prime update we were first teased with earlier this week is now rolling out to users. As was detailed yesterday, the new software brings about features like face unlock, new lockscreen notification controls, and the Google Play suite among other fixes and tweaks. We’ve received reports from several users in the US …