There’s no question that ASUS has become one of the most popular brands for Android tablets in just a short amount of time. The original Transformer had top-notch specs at an affordable price which resulted in short supplies right out of the gate. Fast forward about 6 months, and the follow up, the Transformer Prime launched with the best specs of any tablet in the world.
So I'm getting ready for college this year and I need a good device for my classes. Would you recommend Android over a Windows tablet? What's the pros and cons? I really just wanted to end the issue with the Asus Transformer Trio, but there's no pricing or release date yet, and it might be uber expensive. If I did get an Android tablet for school it would be an Asus Transformer Infinity.
ASUS last week unveiled a new, hybrid, all-in-one-PC that can function either as a desktop unit running Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) Windows 8 or as an extra-large Android-based tablet.
The Transformer AiO, which ASUS will make available early in Q2, 2013, is priced at $1,299 and features a desktop docking station with an Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) Core i5 processor and a 1920×1080, 18.4-inch, detachab
Do you remember that dual-boot Windows 8/Android beast that ASUS unveiled last June? Well it’s finally going to be released in North America during the second quarter for a starting price of $1,299. Sounds steep, but not when you consider what you’re getting for it.
The Transformer AiO (all-in-one) is the Transformer of all Transformers.
I want to buy myself a tablet. This would be my first tablet! I want to know what would be the best tablet that cost less than $ 400, or at least around $ 400!
I use a tablet to play games, watch movies .. and that's all.
Of course, some broswing. I thought I take Nexud 7 32 GB + 3 G. After, I found the Asus Transformer 300 and I was thinking and Nexus 10.
The Transformer Book Duet TD 300 is one of the major product announcements from ASUS at the ongoing International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada.
It is a stylish and functional quad-mode notebook-cum-tablet computer that comes with both Windows 8.1 and Android 4.1.
There has been a lot of speculation on a Google Nexus tablet over the last year or so, and things really started heating up this past week when news came out that Google is working on a 7-inch tablet to go head to head with the Amazon Kindle Fire and Barnes & Noble Nook series. If this in fact true, the big question is who is making it?
ASUS showed off their Transformer Book Duet TD300, a convertible tablet with a long name that ran both Windows 8 and Android 4.2.2, at CES just last month. The tablet looked pretty cool, giving you the best of both Android and a more traditional Windows operating system, and it could switch between the two on the fly.