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Asus Transformer Infinity

Review: Asus Transformer Infinity with Keyboard Dock

Here’s the link to my Asus Transformer Infinity Review, which includes a few photos as well as a 15 minute video review. Since Asus has said they are going to update the operating system to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean in the near future, I didn’t get into a lot of detail with the software features. […]

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Asus Transformer Infinity TF700

Asus Transformer Infinity TF700 Now Available

Asus’s new high resolution Transformer Infinity TF700 tablet has started showing up from various retailers, including Office Depot, B&H, TigerDirect, and Amazon. There are four different variations available, with two color options, champagne and gray, and two memory options, 32GB and 64GB. The 32GB model sells for $499 and the 64GB costs $599. And of […]

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Transformer Infinity TF700

Asus Rep Says Google Nexus Tablet and Transformer Infinity Coming in June

Two of the most anticipated Android tablets of the year are going be unveiled later this month, according to an anonymous representative from Asus that reportedly revealed these details during Computex to the folks at Android Authority. Numerous rumors have been floating around about Asus partnering with Google for an inexpensive 7″ tablet in the […]

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Asus Transformer

Firmware Update for Asus Transformer TF101 Rolling Out

Asus has released yet another software update for the original Asus Transformer TF101 tablet, version If you remember from an earlier post, I and a number of other Transformer owners have had problems with the tablet ever since Asus upgraded the software from Android 3.0 Honeycomb to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. (more…)

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Asus Transformer TF300

New Asus Transformer TF300 Tablet Released for $399

Asus has managed to make the Transformer brand one of the top names among Android tablets, and now they’ve got a new model, the Asus Transformer TF300. Unfortunately it’s not the rumored 7″ model for under $250 that everyone has been waiting for, but it’s still an interesting tablet nonetheless. (more…)

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iPad 3 vs Asus Transformer

Comparison Review: New iPad vs Asus Transformer

Yesterday I put together this iPad 3 vs Asus Transformer Comparison Review. It includes some pictures, screenshots, and an HD video. I’ll admit that comparing the new iPad with the Transformer 1 instead of one of the newer Transformers is rather odd at first glance, but the operating system, Android 4.0, is the same, and […]

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Asus Transformer

Asus Transformer Gets Another Firmware Update, Comes with Can of Raid to Kill ICS Bugs

Excellent news for Transformer-wielding tablet owners that have had problems since the recent Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update, Asus has started rolling out another firmware update that will hopefully kill the ICS bugs dead. Some Asus Transformer owners, myself included, have experienced a number of problems since the ICS upgrade, including random reboots, freezing […]

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ASUS Transformer Android 3.1 Update

The Android 4.0 ICS Update Borked My Asus Transformer

Last week Asus released a much-anticipated firmware update for the original Asus Transformer tablet that upgraded the operating system from Android 3.2 Honeycomb to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Right after the update I posted a video review showing the changes, and at first everything seemed well and good, but now my Transformer has been […]

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Asus Transformer with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Hands-on Video Review

Asus started rolling out the official Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for the original Asus Transformer tablet yesterday in Taiwan and the US and other countries today. First thing this morning I went into settings to check for the update and it immediately started downloading. So I’ve been testing out the new ICS operating […]

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ASUS Transformer

The ASUS Transformer Strikes Again

If you’ve seen my ASUS Transformer review, you know that I’ve had trouble getting a Transformer without defects. The first one I bought had excessive screen bleeding and other hardware problems, and the one I received as a replacement was even worse. Long story short, I decided to try my luck again (after all, the […]

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